• following directional communication used in daily routine, for example, ‘put in’ to finish an activity, ‘sit down’, ‘stand up’ during an activity or program
  • following everyday language of location and direction through modelled daily routines, for example: looking upwards for ‘up’; using rhymes and chants that relate to movement; following a warm-up sequence for work or sport; unpacking their bag; washing their hands and setting up for lunch
  • exploring the concept of ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ during activities by putting objects ‘in’ and ‘out’ of a container and following routines and instructions that involve moving inside and outside locations