In Front or Behind: Part 2 Worksheet

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Early geometry skills include learning how objects travel or move and this means being able to understand the meaning of positional words. In math classes, teachers and parents can use this worksheet to teach the positional words “front” and “behind”. Students practice this skill by looking at a fun squirrel in different places and indicating whether the squirrel is in front of an object or behind an object.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should be able to understand the meaning of positional words, specifically "front" and "behind", and apply them when looking at the image of the squirrel in relation to an object.