26 January 2017Add to My Folder
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When writing a setting description, children often struggle to link their ideas to ensure their piece flows. Providing them with a bank of prepositions can really make a difference – they can select them and provide the reader with a detailed picture.
Although the word bank is supportive, it is important that students understand the meaning of each word. This is where the preposition game comes in handy. I often use it as a lesson starter and my students really enjoy it.
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