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This week we are going to move away from our work with numbers and practise using our positional language. Learning positional words will build on our ability to both follow and give directions as well as use language accurately. 


Watch the video ‘Where’s the Monkey?’ below. Can you shout out where the monkey is before the video tells you? Is the monkey on, under, behind, on top of, next to something you can see?

Where's the Monkey?

A song to help children learn prepositions of place.This song was written and performed by A.J. Jenkins. Video by KidsTV123.Copyright 2011 A.J.Jenkins/KidsTV...

Superdog has been playing hide and seek in my house! Look at the pictures below, can you describe where Superdog is in each photo to an adult.


If you want to continue to practise using your positional language, take a look at the links below. Superdog's puppy has been hiding around the house and garden too. Can you describe where puppy is to an adult? I have uploaded a PDF and PowerPoint version of the slides from Twinkl so that whichever device you use, you should be able to access one or the other.

If you fancy a game, log onto our Google Classroom page. I have uploaded a game of 'Miss Millington says...', a take on the famous game 'Simon says...' where we can continue to learn about positional language. Don't forget you can only complete the action if 'Miss Millington says...'. Don't get caught out! laugh