These activity sheets will give your kindergarten students practice in determining relative position with pictures.

#### The position of things is something that define about where you place the object. You should define the area with careful thinking, and it must be well-planned. Use relationships that rely on a predefined research of a place of potential position. It is the most common way to propose this. You can consider it as a ball placed at the map's bottom part. When you describe the location of any object in relation to another thing, you will call it relative position. For example, in the same way, you can say the ball is 28 yards west of the house of the Smith. By supposing it, you can locate his home easily and finding the placement of the ball would also become more comfortable. This fact is much different from the process of fixed position. It needs the use of well-defined making or map to focus the right object's location. Relative position and the assigning ability are an effective skill for any job. It needs the precision of the location. You will consider it the huge collection of worksheets and quizzes. It will allow learners to target the correct location as they are relating to one another. Before entering into the workforce, you should know how can you become an expert in this critical skill. Explain yourself as it is the major ways to communicating with others.

When we compare the location of one object or item to another, this is referred to as relative position. This can be used to describe your place in line or a point on a coordinate graph. While this might seem like a simple task, it is a critical skill when tackling trajectories and planning in all aspects of life. Ever run a mile? If you do not know where you started, how would you know when to stop? Your students will use the following collection of worksheets to practice determining relative position by interpreting simple pictures and answering the questions. All of the necessary information is presented in each picture.

# Position Worksheets

## Relative Position Lesson and Practice

Who is on the chair? These are the types of questions you will answer based on pictures. A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

## Worksheet

Students will determine position needed to answer each question by interpreting simple pictures. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

Students will interpret simple pictures and determine the position of a series of objects. Ten problems are provided.

## Review and Practice

This worksheet reviews the skills we have learned here and students will get better at it. A sample problem is solved and six practice problems are provided.

## Position Quiz

Students demonstrate how well they have done with this skill and how far they are from mastery. Ten problems are provided.

## Skills Check

Students will interpret pictures to understand where things are. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.

## Determining Position Lesson

What is inside the beaker? We see the relative position of the 2 objects; beaker is container that holds the solution and solution is inside the beaker. The question is asked with relative position of beaker; i.e. what is inside the beaker? Therefore, solution is inside the beaker.

## Lesson and Practice

Write the answer about the relative position of the other object. Example: What is on top of the house? A chimney. This is an example of what you find from pictures.

## Position Worksheet

You will answer a series of questions based on ten different situations.

## Practice

These are really interesting pictures where you will determine where something is located in relation to another object..

## Drill

Given pictures, students will interpret them and determine the position of a wide variety of objects. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

Students demonstrate their ability with this skill. Three problems are provided.