As adults, we call them prepositions, but kids start out learning positional words to learn easy sight words that indicate where something is located. Use this positional words worksheet to help your child learn how to use these important words in their speech, and recognize them in print!
This worksheet will help your child practice:
• Reading and completing sentences with the correct word
• Understanding which positional word to use and why
Since this worksheet includes a scene that corresponds with the sentences he or she will complete, your child will be able to think through each sentence and choose the correct word confidently!
Learning to use the proper words to describe something is a skill which your kids must learn in order to become fluent speakers and writers. Cycling is a fun sporting event. Do your kids cycle? People who take their cycling seriously are called cyclists, and they often practice on something called a ramp. Chris the cyclist in this worksheet is cycling on a ramp. Look at the picture carefully with your kids, and help decide if he is above or below the ramp in each of the pictures.
How fascinated are your kids by crawly, tiny ants. They are everywhere, and they are often marching about with one business at hand or the other. Andre is the friendly ant in this worksheet. He is marching through the forest, just another busy day in his ant life. Look at each picture in this colorful printout which shows Andre doing one thing or the other. Help your child circle the best word that describes where he is in each picture.
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