(i) Which direction do we usually see the sunrise?
(ii) When you face north, which direction will be behind you?
(iii) What direction do you need to go to reach the park from your house if the park is to the west of your house?
(iv) If the school is in the north and the market is in the south, which direction is the school from the market?
(v) When we look up at the sky, what do we see above us?
(i) The sun sets in the ________.
(ii) To go to the playground, I need to walk ________ from my house.
(iii) The river flows from the ________ to the ________.
(iv) I live in a house on Maple Street. My friend's house is on Oak Street. To visit my friend, I need to walk ________ from my house to reach Oak Street.
(v) The wind blows from the ________ to the ________.
(i) Explain what you see in the east during sunrise.
(ii) How would you describe the direction you face when you are looking at your school from your home?
(iii) Can you tell me a game or activity you play that involves understanding directions?
(iv) What do you need to do if you want to go from your home to a friend's house located to the south of your home?
(v) How can you find out which way is north without using a compass?
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