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Assume the position of a stellar student with our collection of free position worksheets! Learn, understand, and practice using the basic positional and directional words in day-to-day communication. Get children as fully prepared in an essential topic as possible, and ensure their all-round development and proficiency in positional vocabulary. With a huge variety of printable resources, you can easily feed the active learners with the best practice resources and help them remember the concepts for life!

These pdf worksheets are most recommended for preschool, kindergarten, and grade 1 kids.

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Inside and Outside

Our resources think both inside and outside the box, teaching children which location is inside and which location is outside! Best help for early learners to understand the positions effortlessly.

Inside and Outside

Left and Right

You don't want to settle for less while obtaining resources to teach the curious minds all about the sides, do you? Why not then start by explaining the left and right sides? Grab your no-prep teaching and practice tools here.

Left and Right

Facing Left or Right

Let’s face it: directions are an important skill to learn and master when young. Preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade children will have a blast practicing this left and right directionality worksheet.

Facing Left or Right

Left, Middle, and Right

Let's rack up some spatial skills while learning the position words! Kids will expertly identify the placement of an object toward the left, in the middle, or toward the right.

Left, Middle, and Right

Above and Below

The words “above” or “below” tell us whether a thing is located upward or downward, and it is exactly what your child will learn to do in our fantastic range of printable worksheets.

Above and Below

Top and Bottom

Can the kids differentiate between the top and the bottom? Enhance spatial recognition and position awareness by identifying the relative position of an object here, and let your practice session leave a lasting impression.

Top and Bottom

Top, Middle, and Bottom

Check out this pdf positional words worksheet and get to grips with identifying the top, the middle, and the bottom in a jiffy! The curious learners are expected to determine the places of items accurately.

Top, Middle, and Bottom

Front and Behind

How confidently and consistently can your children in preschool, kindergarten, and grade 1 identify whether an object is in the front or at the back? Enhance their spatial reasoning skills here.

Front and Behind

Near and Far

Is the table near the door or far from it? Determine the proximity by understanding if something is at a short distance or at a greater distance. The aim is to comprehend how to use the positional words correctly.

Near and Far

Beside and Next To

Feel a rush of excitement with our free practice worksheets and solve exercises involving the “beside” or “next to” topic. These worksheets are great for kids to use for assessing the spatial concepts.

Beside and Next To

Before and After Positions

In order for children to communicate positions effectively, it's extremely important that they use "before" and "after" correctly. Review the child’s vocabulary with this section of our position worksheets.

Before and After Positions

Up and Down

Can your zesty students describe the location of an animal correctly? Create an instant learning experience and improve knowledge of position words through heaps of colorful illustrative exercises.

Up and Down

Over and Under

The children will be over the moon warming up to the “over” and “under” positions! Build awareness of the spatial concept with these pdf prepping tools. Get correctly positioning now!

Over and Under