Video: Inside and Outside

In this video, we will learn how to use the words “inside” and “outside” to describe the positions of objects relative to each other.

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Video Transcript

Inside and Outside

In this video, we will learn how to use the words “inside” and “outside” to describe the positions of objects. There’s something inside this egg. What could it be? It’s a chick. The chick was inside the egg, it hatched, and now it’s outside the egg.

There’s something inside the box. What could it be? Inside the box, there’s a monster. Oh, dear! Now the monster is outside the box. Let’s try some questions now where we can practice using the words “inside” and “outside” to describe the position of things.

Select the object that is outside the fishbowl. Is it the fish or the shell?

In this question, we have to choose the object that is outside the fishbowl. Is it the fish or the shell? The fish is inside the bowl. This is a good thing because the fish needs water to survive. And the shell is outside the fishbowl. The object that is outside the fishbowl is the shell.

Which picture shows that the rabbit is inside the hat?

We’re shown three different pictures of rabbits. We have to choose the picture which shows that the rabbit is inside the hat. In the first picture, the rabbit is sitting on top of the hat. In the second picture, the rabbit is inside the hat. In the third picture, the rabbit is outside the hat. This is the picture that shows that the rabbit is inside the hat.

Complete using “inside” or “outside.” The marbles are what the jar.

We have to complete this sentence using either the word “inside” or “outside” to describe the position of the marbles. The marbles are inside the jar. We completed the sentence using the word “inside.”

What have we learned in this video? We’ve learned how to use the words “inside” and “outside” to describe the position of objects.

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