Prepositions Worksheets, Directed Drawing & Creative Writing Activities & More!
Are you looking for fun ways to teach or review prepositions with your middle school students? You’ll love this robust resource that covers prepositions in a FUN & thorough way! Students will learn about prepositions of time, prepositions of location, and prepositional phrases with these EASY & ENJOYABLE done-for-you resources. You’ll love using the editable PowerPoint, and your students will love the interactive and creative preposition worksheets and activities.
Use this resource to review prepositions & have students practice identifying and using them in various ways. The tasks get progressively more difficult as you move through the lesson and DOK levels!
This No-Prep Mini-Lesson on Prepositions Includes:
- ↠ Editable No-Prep Slideshow (PowerPoint and Google Slides)
- ↠ Differentiated Worksheets & Activities
- ↠ Preposition Quiz
- ↠ Answer Keys
↠ ALL IN PRINTABLE AND GOOGLE SLIDES FORMATS!
The Activities Include:
- Write the Room: Students will use some of the most common location prepositions to describe the classroom.
- Preposition Directed Drawings & Coloring Activities: Students will read the scene and identify the prepositions. Then they will illustrate it as accurately as possible!
- Creative Writing Challenge: Students work in pairs or teams. After drawing a topic, they work together to write a creative short story, incorporating the ten prepositions on their checklist.
- Write a Creative Story: Students write a scene from the novel “Night of the Dirty Socks,” incorporating at least 10 of the required prepositional phrases plus 5 of their own.
Use these preposition worksheets and activities as station rotations, warm-ups, whole class activities, or with your remedial/intervention class!
No more using a boring and outdated anthology or spending countless hours creating something from scratch… This preposition mini-unit is ready to use and easily customized to fit your classroom needs!
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