gives pupils the opportunity to talk about position. They need to decide how to label the 'rows' and 'columns' that the drawers are in.
A set of drawers or plastic pockets that are arranged in a rectangle could be used first of all to get the pupils talking.
Then when they are beginning to develop some appropriate language the challenge can be presented to them as it is written.
If appropriate, you could use this challenge as a way of introducing traditional ways of labelling rows and columns, for example by letter and number.
How could you talk about that drawer?
Pupils could produce a grid and set challenges for others to solve.