Left and Right Worksheets
A handy, mess-free batch of printable left and right worksheet pdfs awaits your preschool, kindergarten and grade 1 kids. These worksheets are chock-full of activities like circling, choosing, cut and glue, and sorting to identify the positional words and distinguish between them. Bring a dose of cheer as kids identify the direction the objects are facing: left or right and add yet another skill. Our free left and right worksheets will definitely make it to your must-try list.
Supercharge your crew with our left and right worksheets and get kids to spell the words as they trace them, and comprehend the meaning of the words, while coloring the pictures using the specified colors.
This is an excellent choice for children who have a penchant for animals. Get preschool kids to identify the position of the object in relation to the puppy, kitten, and bunny; and check the apt positional word: left or right.
Our identifying left and right worksheet pdfs with incredible illustrations are an outlet for your little ones' skills in identifying the position of one object relative to the other. Circle the object on the left or right as directed.
What child doesn't love images? Prepped up here are worksheets that convey excitement and get kindergarten and grade 1 kids to read the directions and identify not only the positions left and right, but middle as well.
Nothing lifts the spirits quite like these left and right worksheets packed with colorful images. Figure out the object that is on the left, right, or middle in each set and check it.
Go beyond just circling and checking with these left and right worksheet pdfs, perfect for kids who love being creative. Kids are expected to sketch a specific shape to the left and right of the given object.
Pairing the concept of positions and 3D shapes, these printable worksheets for 1st grade kids are a clever twist to test their skills in identifying the 3D shape in the specified position.
Is the seahorse facing left or right? Which side has the ladybug turned? Preschool kids observe each picture carefully and decide whether it is facing left or right, and check the option that best describes its direction.
Distinguishing between left facing and right facing objects is easy with these printable exercises that get grade 1 kids scouting and circling left facing images and crossing out those facing the opposite side.
Kids inherently love cut and glue activities because they mean extended fun. Let kids cut the images of vehicles, birds, and animals, sort them based on the direction they are facing and glue them in the T-chart.