Short Story Activity
Just as kids need vocabulary to help them describe attributes, they also need vocabulary for describing position, direction, and relationships. Learning spatial relationships means beginning to understand right and left, top and bottom, under, between, in front of, behind, and other position and direction words.
Help your child learn these important vocabulary words and understand what they mean with this hands-on, exploratory activity that helps him learn spatial relationships through doing. As you read a story about a boy, a pumpkin, and his search for the perfect place to put it, he'll act it out with his own pumpkin. Everytime Andre moves his pumpkin, he'll move his pumpkin there too!