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Look at the children lining up in the picture below. Can you tell someone the position name of each person in the queue?


Where is the boy with the green T-shirt in the queue?
Where is the girl with the pink T-shirt? 


Can you use vocabulary such as 'before', 'after', 'between' and the positional language learnt yesterday. 

How do you know who is first and who is last; what clues tell us?


Remember the positions in the race yesterday. 

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th. 

Describe where Amira is in line. My friend said that 1st is always at the front of the line, but they were unsure how to tell where the front of a line was. How do we know where the front of a line is?

How do we know Holly is first and Ruby is last?

Let’s try this one together. 
Use the positional language to describe where everyone is in the queue.

a) Emma is 1st (first) in the queue. 
b) Lulu is 4th (fourth) in the queue. 
c) Ravi is 2nd (second) in the queue. 
d) Sam is after Lulu. 
e) Hannah is between Ravi and Lulu. 
f) Sam is last in the queue. 



Now it's your turn. 

If you are in school find page 88 and 89 in your book. 

If you are at home right down the questions and the answers in your blended home learning book.