Year 2

Year 2

# Giving directions from point A to point B

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will give directions from one point to another using directional language.

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
Which sentence is true?
The dog is above the cakes.
Correct answer: The dog is below the cakes.
The dog is in between the cakes.
The dog is next to the cakes.
Q2.
Which sentence is true?
The pizza is behind the cats.
Correct answer: The pizza is in between the cats.
The pizza is in front of the cats.
The pizza is under the cats.
Q3.
Which sentence is true?
The apples are above the man.
The apples are to the left of the man.
The apples are to the right of the man.
Correct answer: The man is above the apples.

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
What directions did the dog go?
Down 2 steps, right 3 steps
Correct answer: Down 2 steps, right 4 steps
Down 3 steps, right 2 steps
Down 4 steps, right 1 step
Q2.
What direction did the dog go?
Right 1 step, up 2 steps
Right 3 steps, up 2 steps
Right 4 steps, down 2 steps
Correct answer: Right 4 steps, up 3 steps
Q3.
What direction did the dog go?
Correct answer: Left 2 steps, up 4 steps
Left 3 steps, up 4 steps
Left 4 steps, up 3 steps
Right 2 steps, up 4 steps