Sam's Route To School
Do you know why crosswalks are called crosswalks?

Sam's Route To School

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Sam goes to a particular primary school near his home. His Mom or his Dad walk with him to the school. Sam tells a friend the route he takes to get to school. Sam tells his friend his directions for the walk to school. Each question is a different part of Sam’s walk. After following Sam's directions, see if you can answer all the questions.

Following a particular route to school is something we all do. Can you follow Sam's?

Sam says: ‘I come out of our front door and turn left along our street. Our street is called Windsor Avenue.’

How does Sam set off for school?
Sam comes out of his front door and goes straight on
Sam turns right along Windsor Avenue
Sam turns left along Windsor Avenue
Sam walks back up the garden path
Do you live on a street? What is it called?
Sam continues: ‘When we get to the end of Windsor Avenue, we turn left onto Lincoln Road.’

What do Sam and his Mom or Dad do?
Turn left into Windsor Avenue
Turn right into Windsor Avenue
Turn left into Lincoln Road
Turn right into Lincoln Road
Sam is on his way to school
Sam says: ‘We pass the Methodist Church on our left. Then we cross Lincoln Road using the crosswalk.’

Which road is the Methodist Church on?
Windsor Avenue
Lincoln Road
Church Street
High Street
Be careful using a crosswalk
‘I walk to school with my Mom or my Dad,’ Sam says. ‘After the crosswalk, we turn left and carry on along Lincoln Road.’

Which way do they turn after the crosswalk?
They turn round
They spin round
Why do you think crosswalks are called crosswalks?
‘Then we get to the highway. I press the button and wait for the green man to light up.’

When the green man lights up, what do they do?
Turn back
Run across the road
Cross the road carefully
Not move
Always wait for the green man at traffic lights
Sam tells his friend: ‘My Mom walks on my right, but my Dad walks on my left. After we cross the highway, we carry on along Lincoln Road.’

What do Sam and his Mom or Dad do after they cross the highway?
Walk along Lincoln Road
Turn right into Lincoln Road
Turn left into Lincoln Road
Turn back
Sam is not far from his school
‘On the corner of Lincoln Road and Chester Grove there is a shop. It sells candies and drinks. We turn right into Chester Grove and walk past the candy shop.’

What does Sam do?
Goes into the candy shop
Turns right into Chester Grove
Turns left into Chester Grove
Walks straight on down Lincoln Road
Is there a corner shop near where you live?
Sam says, ‘I can see the school. It is on Chester Grove. The school playground is on the right. I go into the school playground.’

How does Sam get into the school playground?
Turns left
Goes straight on
Goes back down Chester Grove
Turns right
What shape is the playground at your local school?
‘To get into school, my Mom or Dad takes me to the main entrance. This is round the right-hand side of the building.’

Where is the main door to the school?
On the front of the building
At the back of the building
To the right of the building
To the left of the building
Where is the main door at your local school?
‘My classroom is right at the end of the corridor. The door to my classroom is on the left. We line up to go in along the left-hand side of the corridor.’

Where is the door to Sam’s classroom?
On the left
On the right
Straight ahead down the corridor
Outside the school
How can you get from your house to your local school? Could you give a friend directions?
Author:  David Bland

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