Location

Relative Location

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Relative Location

A walk through the park gives learners practice in describing relative location concepts related to direction, destination, order and location. Recognizable scenarios, live action and engaging animation build to give the young student opportunities to mentally anticipate and practice concepts and vocabulary.

Learn how to describe where you are with these main concepts of location.

  1. Students will understand the basic vocabulary related to location.
  2. Students will understand the basic vocabulary related to direction.
  3. Students will understand the basic vocabulary related to destination.
  4. Students will understand the basic vocabulary related to order.

  1. Board Game. After watching the program, have students work in small groups to come up with a board game or another type of game to help practice the vocabulary learned in the video. Encourage students to be both creative and to use as many of the terms possible in their games.
  2. Scavenger hunt. Either create, or have students create a scavenger hunt using the terminology learned in the program. Hints should be written or recorded using the vocabulary and each hint should take students to other hints (written on small pieces of paper or index cards). If students create the hints, they should trade with a partner to complete the scavenger hunt. If the teacher creates the hints, students could work in small groups or with a partner to complete the hunt.


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