The smart way to improve grades

Comprehensive & curriculum aligned

Affordable pricing from £10/month

Top, Middle, Bottom, Above and Below

In this worksheet, students must understand and use the words 'top', 'middle' and 'bottom' as well as 'above' and 'below' when looking at objects.

'Top, Middle, Bottom, Above and Below' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Geometry: Position and Direction

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Language of Position/Direction

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Look at these two objects.

 

above

below

 

The carrot is above the sand castle.

The sand castle is below the carrot.

 

 

Look at these three objects:

 

top

 

middle

bottom

 

The carrot is at the top.

The chair is in the middle.

The sand castle is on the bottom.

Look at these objects.

 


 

                           

Which object is on top?

sand castle

chair

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is above the sand castle?

chair

carrot

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is below the sandcastle?

chair

carrot

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

Which object is on the top?

bed

pillow

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is on the bottom?

pillow

teddy

bed

Look at these objects.

 

    

  


Which object is on top?

baby

pig

bread

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is in the middle?

chair

carrot

sand castle

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is in the middle?

pillow

teddy

bed

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is above the pillow?

pillow

teddy

bed

Look at these objects.

 

    

 


Which object is at the bottom?

baby

pig

bread

  • Question 1

Look at these objects.

 


 

                           

Which object is on top?

CORRECT ANSWER
chair
EDDIE SAYS
The chair is at the top.
The sand castle is on the bottom.
  • Question 2

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is above the sand castle?

CORRECT ANSWER
carrot
EDDIE SAYS
The carrot is above the sand castle.
The chair is below the sand castle.
  • Question 3

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is below the sandcastle?

CORRECT ANSWER
chair
EDDIE SAYS
The carrot is above the sand castle.
The chair is below the sand castle.
  • Question 4

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

Which object is on the top?

CORRECT ANSWER
pillow
EDDIE SAYS
The pillow is on the top.
The bed is on the bottom.
  • Question 5

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is on the bottom?

CORRECT ANSWER
bed
EDDIE SAYS
The teddy is on the top.
The pillow is in the middle.
The bed is on the bottom.
  • Question 6

Look at these objects.

 

    

  


Which object is on top?

CORRECT ANSWER
bread
EDDIE SAYS
The bread is on the top.
The pig is in the middle.
The baby is at the bottom.
  • Question 7

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is in the middle?

CORRECT ANSWER
sand castle
EDDIE SAYS
The carrot is on top.
The sand castle is in the middle.
The chair is at the bottom.
  • Question 8

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is in the middle?

CORRECT ANSWER
pillow
EDDIE SAYS
The teddy is on the top.
The pillow is in the middle.
The bed is on the bottom.
  • Question 9

Look at these objects.

 

 

 

 

Which object is above the pillow?

CORRECT ANSWER
teddy
EDDIE SAYS
The teddy is above the pillow.
  • Question 10

Look at these objects.

 

    

 


Which object is at the bottom?

CORRECT ANSWER
baby
EDDIE SAYS
The bread is on the top.
The pig is in the middle.
The baby is at the bottom.
---- OR ----

Sign up for a £1 trial so you can track and measure your child's progress on this activity.

What is EdPlace?

We're your National Curriculum aligned online education content provider helping each child succeed in English, maths and science from year 1 to GCSE. With an EdPlace account you’ll be able to track and measure progress, helping each child achieve their best. We build confidence and attainment by personalising each child’s learning at a level that suits them.

Get started
laptop

Start your £1 trial today.
Subscribe from £10/month.