Video: “Over”, “Under”, “Above”, and “Below”

In this video, we will learn how to use the words “over,” “under,” “above,” and “below” to describe the position of objects relative to each other.

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Video Transcript

Over, Under, Above, and Below

In this video, we will learn how to use the words “over,” “under,” “above,” and “below” to describe the position of objects. We use the words “over,” “under,” “above,” and “below” to tell us the position of objects. The ants are crawling over the strawberry, and the strawberry is below the ants. Which of our four words could we use to describe the position of the bone? The bone is above the dog, and the dog is under the bone.

Let’s practice using the words “over,” “under,” “above,” and “below” to help us describe the position of objects.

Which picture shows that the bee is above the flower?

We’re shown three different pictures of a flower and a bumblebee. We’re looking for the picture where the bee is positioned above the flower. In the first picture, the bee is next to the flower. We’re looking for the picture where the bee is above the flower. In the second picture, the bee is below the flower. We could also say that the bee is under the flower. And in this picture, the bee is above the flower. So this is the picture that shows the bee above the flower.

Which picture shows that the mobile is hanging over the table?

In the first picture, the mobile is next to the table. We have to find the mobile which is hanging over the table. It’s not this picture. The mobile is next to the table in the second picture. But in this picture, the mobile is hanging over the table. And in the last picture, the mobile is hanging below the table. This is the picture which shows the mobile hanging over the table.

Complete using “above” and “below”: Scarlett is sleeping on the bed what David’s bed, but Matthew is sleeping on the bed what.

In this question, we have to complete the sentence using the words “above” and “below.” To complete the first part of the sentence, we’re being asked to compare the positions of Scarlett and David. Here’s Scarlett and here’s David. Is Scarlett sleeping on the bed above David or below? Scarlett is above David. So we know the first missing word is “above.” Scarlett is sleeping on the bed above David’s bed. Now, we need to think about Matthew’s bed. Scarlett is above David. Matthew’s bed is below David’s. Scarlett is sleeping on the bed above David’s bed, but Matthew is sleeping on the bed below. The missing words in the sentence are “above” and “below.”

What have we learned in this video? In this video, we’ve learned how to use the words “over,” “under,” “above,” and “below” to describe the position of objects.

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