Junction

Junction

Entertaining and spectacular animation to practise orientation in space.

Mathematics

Keywords

orientation, learning directions, Directions, left - right, transportation, junction, street, space, traffic light, pavement, pedestrian crossing, traffic sign, bus stop, bus, bicycle, positioning

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Questions

  • What is the colour of the car, which is farthest from the bus?
  • How many benches are at the edge of the basketball court?
  • How many taxis can you see in the picture?
  • Complete the sentence:\nThe bus in the picture is...
  • The building in the bottom right corner of the picture has ... floors.
  • How many trees that can be seen in the picture are not in the park?
  • Which type of public transport can you see in the picture?
  • What colour is the car that is closest to the police car?
  • How many pedestrian crossings can you see in the picture?
  • The taxi passing by the basketball court is turning...
  • How many parked cars can you see in the picture?
  • What colour are most cars in the picture?
  • What is the colour of the taxi in the picture?
  • How many traffic signs can you see in the picture?
  • How many wheels does the bus in the picture have?
  • How many people wait for green light at the pedestrian crossing?
  • What can one buy in the park that can be seen in the picture?
  • How many pedestrian crossings are in the picture?
  • The container attached to the bus stop sign serves as a ...
  • How many traffic lights are in the picture?
  • What colour is the pram in the picture?
  • What colour does the traffic light facing the cyclist show?
  • How many basketball boards can you see in the picture?
  • What can you see in the middle of the junction?
  • Complete the sentence:\nOne is allowed to cross the road when the traffic light turns...
  • What is a pedestrian crossing otherwise called?
  • How many persons are waiting for the green light at the pedestrian crossing?
  • How are pedestrian crossings marked on the road?
  • How many pedestrian crossings can you see in the picture?
  • Which of these is farthest from the police car?
  • How many players are on the basketball court?
  • What game do the players play?
  • How many bicycles can you see in the picture?
  • What is behind the cyclist?
  • How many cars are parked at the edge of the road?
  • What colour rubbish bins can you see behind the traffic light?
  • How many taxis can you see in the picture?
  • How many cars are in the car park?
  • What can you see on the advertising board that is at the edge of the park?
  • How many people are in the park?
  • How many people are at the bus stop?
  • How many benches are in the park?
  • In which direction is one of the taxis turning?
  • What colour is the phone box in the picture?
  • In which direction is the taxi that is next to the police car driving?
  • Where is the phone box in relation to the grocery?
  • What colour does the nearest traffic light show?
  • Which of these is closest to the policeman?
  • What colour is the car parked to the right of the red car?
  • How many signalling colours can a traffic light show?
  • What colour is the car parking in front of the road workers?
  • Where does the police officer stand?
  • What colour is the sunshade next to the grocery store?
  • On which side of the bus can passengers board the bus?
  • What colour is the ice cream seller´s sunshade?
  • Complete the sentence:\nThe bus in the picture is...
  • To cross the pedestrian crossing safely when the traffic light turns green the cyclist will...
  • How many cars are in the car park?
  • How many ladies are in the picture?
  • Complete the sentence:\nThe green car in the picture is...
  • Can you see the little girl dressed in orange? Which of her mother´s hands is she holding?
  • Which of these is closest to the blue car parking at the edge of the road?
  • What colour are most cars in the picture?
  • Complete the sentence:\nThe workers standing behind the traffic sign are wearing ... clothes.
  • Complete the sentence:\nThe farthest car from the pram is...

Scenes

Skylark Street

  • grocery store
  • pram
  • police car
  • policeman
  • traffic light
  • advertising column
  • taxi
  • car
  • basketball court
  • pavement
  • ice cream seller
  • cyclist
  • pedestrian crossing
  • car park

Maple Street

  • pedestrian crossing
  • worker
  • junction
  • manhole cover
  • pram
  • traffic light
  • cyclist
  • traffic sign
  • basketball court
  • basketball board
  • car

Cat Square

  • car
  • pedestrian crossing
  • taxi
  • park
  • advertising column
  • pram
  • rubbish bin
  • bus
  • bus stop
  • bench
  • traffic sign

School Street

  • bus stop
  • bus
  • cyclist
  • taxi
  • pram
  • sunshade
  • phone box
  • grocery store
  • traffic light

Junction

  • car
  • building
  • bench
  • basketball court
  • police car
  • taxi
  • pedestrian crossing
  • bus
  • bus stop
  • tree
  • park

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