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Prepositions

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Amanda Martin

on 10 September 2012

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Transcript of Prepositions

Prepositions What are prepositions? In your table groups, discuss and write down what you think prepositions are, what they do, and some examples. Check your answers to see if you are correct.

~ A preposition is a word showing a relationship between nouns or pronouns and can show the relations of direction, time, location,

~ A preposition links a noun, pronoun, or phrase to another part of a sentence.

~ Examples:
The cat sat on the couch.
The cat wiggled underneath the couch. Activity:
Directions for Preposition Treasure Map

1. Create a map to locate a make believe treasure
2. Make sure your map is illustrated with objects and landmarks
3. Use arrows, roads, nature, buildings to make your map look real
4. Color and label your map neatly.
5. On a separate sheet of paper, write directions on how to get to the treasure.
6. Make sure your directions have prepositions. Use your chart to help you create them.

Examples:
Start next to the apple tree.
Walk over the stone bridge.

7. You must have 5 steps using 5 different prepositions.
8. Highlight all of the prepositions. Types of Prepositions
A time preposition is a word used to show a point in time or a length of time.
A place preposition is used to show the location of an object or person.
A direction preposition is a word used to show movement from one place to another.


Make a chart of all types of prepositions. Prepositions Direction Place Time To
Toward
Through
Into
Under In
On
At
Aboard
Above
Across
Against
Around
Between
Behind
Below
By
In
Beside
Near
Next to In
On
At
After
Around
As
Before
Between
By
During
For
Past
Since
Until
With
Within Prepositions Direction Place Time
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