Look at the car, are the wheels at the top or bottom? While this may be simple for older kids and adults, toddlers must master words to describe objects, as well as to understand their physical orientation. Believe it or not, being able to tell if something is at the top or bottom is an early geometry skill that builds a child’s mental map of objects. Help your little learner accomplish this early skill using this free printable worksheet that tasks children with identifying the top and bottom of familiar images.
A balloon floats up and away into the air but has to come down at some point. At the playground, one child on a seesaw goes up, while the other moves downwards to the ground. While the concept of «up» and «down» may seem elementary to parents, toddlers are just learning how to describe these movements. Reinforce this language with your child to build a foundation for future learning. Use this vividly illustrated worksheet from Kids Academy to teach your child the words up and down!
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