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Using Fill in the Blanks Prepositions Worksheet, students fill in the blanks to complete sentences to show the action of the sentence.
This Use the Prepositions Worksheet teaches students how to use prepositions in writing to build detail in their writing.
Using Sort the Prepositions Worksheet, students sort them these prepositional words into categories based on how they are used.
Using Prepositions in Sentences Worksheet, students use the pictures to choose the proper preposition to describe the picture.
Using Position Words Activity, students place apples based on position cards to build their ability to give clear directions.
Using A Frog and a Log Position Words Activity, students learn when they should use prepositions when describing the frog in the pictures.
Using Location Words Worksheet, students use location words to tell where each object is in relation to the popcorn tub.
Using Position Words Butterfly Activity, students choose a word from the box to describe where the butterfly is located in relation to the object to build their positional word vocabulary.
Using What's the Location Worksheet, students choose a word from the box to describe where the ball is located in relation to the object to build their positional word vocabulary.
Using Find Prepositions Worksheet, students find prepositional phrases in the sentences provided.
Using L.4.1 Common Core Worksheet, students use prepositional phrases to provide additional detail about the action in the sentence.
Using this Prepositions Word Search Worksheet, students find twenty examples of prepositions in the word search.
Using Verb Adjective or Preposition Worksheet, students practice using verbs, adjectives, and prepositions in correct usages to build their understanding of parts of speech.
Using Lucky Charms Before and After Activity, students play this fun game to practice identifying before and after.
Using Circle & Draw Prepositions Worksheet, students read sentences with prepositions and then draw a picture to show the action of the sentence.
Using Prepositions Positions Worksheet, students use position words to describe the location of the dog to build their ability to give clear directions.
Using Showing Relationships Prepositions Activity, students find prepositional phrases in order to add description to their writing.
Using Draw the Positions Worksheet, students draw the objects on the picture where the positional words say using the key provided.