Exploring position and direction of different objects: Constructing a sculpture

In this lesson, children will use recycled materials to construct a sculpture. Along the way, they will explore how objects can fit together and the relative positions of two or more objects. They will listen to and respond to key vocabulary associated with the position of objects.

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Lesson summary: Exploring position and direction of different objects: Constructing a sculpture

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This was the final lesson in the unit Position & Direction.

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