Kindergarten Position Worksheets

Give students practice identifying objects in different positions such as in between, below, above and more.
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Updated on: August 18, 2017

  • Above, On, and Below I

    Introduce positional language with this worksheet. Students complete the ocean scene by drawing objects above, on, and below the others in the picture.

  • Above, On, and Below II

    In this worksheet students count the objects that are above, on, and below the others in the picture.

  • Behind

    Students choose which object is "behind" the others.

  • Beside

    Students follow the instructions to draw an object "beside" each teddy bear or shape.

  • Between

    Reinforce students' understanding of positional language with this worksheet. Students draw a ball "between" toys, then they draw shapes "between" other shapes.

  • Finish the Castle Picture

    Reinforce children's understanding of positional language in this exercise. Students complete the castle picture by following directions to draw objects "above" and "between." Then, they count the shapes in the picture.

  • Finish the Fairy Picture

    Students complete the fairy picture by following directions to draw objects beside, in, above, and below the fairy.

  • In Front

    Introduce positional language with this worksheet. Students choose which object is "in front" of the others, then they draw a picture that demonstrates their understanding.

  • Inside

    Students can demonstrate their understanding by picking which objects are inside and outside.

  • Outside

    Have your students practice their positioning skills by picking which objects are outside and inside.

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