Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Preposition Practice

I have multiple students who are working on prepositions.  I search for ways that the students can practice their newly learned prepositions independently.  To do so, I have created a few very simple tasks where they can follow the written preposition directions.  You can grab these for free here:
Over, Under, On
Above, Below, On
Between, Left of, Right of
Print out each page, laminate and add velcro.  I bind the pages into a book so that students can practice a set of prepositions at one time and then it can be checked.

In addition, here are some additional resources I have found that I use:
Source Unknown:
Fat cat flies
Where is Fat Cat?

*Free on Chapel Hill Snippets
angry birds over and between printable
the lonely reindeer printable

 *Free on Boardmaker Share

Polar Animals Preposition Interactive Activity

*Purchase on Teachers Pay Teachers

Do you have any favorite preposition practice activities?

1 comment:

  1. Hi Erin!
    Thanks for your blog. Ex-teacher here... so in my spare time I make and sell educational resources on Etsy... :D

    Anyway, if you're interested, I have a product for sale on prepositions here. (I wouldn't normally "spam" but I see you have some other products above from TPT): https://www.etsy.com/listing/262847819/prepositions-and-relationships?ref=shop_home_active_1

    It's an "active" preposition game. Kids have to take the snail and move him places, i.e. "up the stairs." It's more geared toward home with the objects, but perhaps it could be a useful supplemental activity for that parent who is looking for additional educational materials.

    (I can even send you a free one via e-mail - if you want it, just "contact seller" on Etsy and send me a message; I can e-mail it back to you in an attachment).

    - Captain Literacy