We practice prepositions of movement like “onto”, “out of”, “toward”, “over”, “through”, “away from”, “under” and “down”. These are prepositions of movement because they express the flow and direction
We use prepositions of time (in, at and on) for the various aspects of time. But when do you use “in”, “at” and “on”? In this worksheet, we help clarify how to use each type of preposition by providing example sentences.
In this prepositions of place worksheet, students have to write a sentence to describe location. For example, they can use the words “on”, “around”, “out of” in this preposition worksheet.
Students draw prepositions according to their position. For example, if the grapes are on the table, they have to draw the fruit in that position.
In this preposition practice worksheet, students practice prepositions by writing down the location of the ball in each scene. Where is the apple in relation to the box(es)?
Have you ever made a pizza? Which ingredients would you add? In this transition words worksheet, practice transition words for how to create a pizza.