We have been having loads of fun playing games and giving instructions using positional language!
We played the 'Barrier' game, where we had to instruct our partner about the position of the cubes to make the same model. We could not see each others cubes as there was a barrier between us, we had to use the positional language to explain where the pieces go. It was a little bit tricky because we had to listen very carefully and then place the cubes in the right position.
We made a maze out of wooden blocks and then had to direct the Beebot to a chosen destination in the maze.
We played another game where we had to blindfold our partner and then direct them to a place in our classroom safely. We used the language forward, backward, left and right.
We also played the game, 'Twister,' which focused on learning about left and right.