Haptic feedback systems for spatial awareness are widely used in navigational and obstacle detection tasks and mostly used in combination with vibrotactile modules. As such, this work explores using thermal haptic feedback on the forehead for spatial awareness. As an initial step in this direction, our goal is to investigate the performance of different cueing methods for a minimal number of thermal elements. As such, the system uses three equally distributed peltier modules on the forehead to provide the thermal feedback. We investigated three different cuing methods with 30, 150 and 450 effective haptic feedback ranges. The results indicate that the 30 method to be the most precise (lowest error) while the 450 method to be the fastest for detecting the target.