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Product title: PrepositionsAge-range of intended audience: 3rd-5th gradeProduct goals/objectives: To reinforce the proper use/ identification/ original construction of prepositional phrases in a sentence. To make students aware of how prepositional phrases can easily add detail to a sentence.Abstract: This presentation was created as a way to reinforce the use of prepositions in a student’s writing. Especially concentrating on the use of the preposition followed by a definite article (i.e. under the box). Students are to first fill in the correct preposition and article into a sentence. Then they are to recognize them in complete sentences. Finally they are to write sentences containing prepositional phrases on their own.
Where is the elephant?The elephant is _____ _____ question mark. Write the answer on your paper.
Did you say:The elephant is under the__ question mark. Keep up the good work!!
Here comes the tricky part!! Pay attention!! You can do it!!
Find the prepositions in the following sentences: Write your answers on your paper.1) Do you like to play hide-and-go-seek?2) My favorite place to hide is under the kitchen table.3) If someone is already there, I usually try in thebathroom closet.4) If there is not enough room in the closet, I will crawlunder my bed.
Did you find all 4?1) Do you like to play hide-and-go-seek?2) My favorite place to hide is under the kitchen table. table3) If someone is already there, I usually try in thebathroom closet.4) If there is not enough room in the closet, I will crawl closetunder my bed. bed
Now it is your turn! Write a sentence to describe where the girls are standing.Remember to use a prepositional phrase!
Here is an example of what you could have written: The girls are standing under the globe. globe Did you write something different? Raise your hand to share it with the class.
Which of the following words are NOT prepositions? across how which between from round over up what whenever for before
The GREEN words are NOT prepositions across how which between from round over up what whenever for before
Here is a list of commonly used prepositions: across from over after in round among into since at like through before near to between off under by on until during out up for opposite with Make up 3 sentences on your own using a prepositional phrase in each!