Literacy/grammar activities: Prepositions
24 November 2008Add to My Folder
Use our resources to help boost children’s knowledge of prepositions
Last month, my new grammar series introduced nouns, verbs and adjectives in the context of the fantastic ‘Grammar safari park’ poster, interactive resource and activity sheets. This month moves on to prepositions.
Prepositions are sometimes treated as the poor relations of word classes. Often short, with little independent meaning, they are easily dismissed as unimportant. However, prepositions not only play supporting roles but also indicate significant relationships between words; for example: two crocodiles moving in the water is rather different from two crocodiles moving into the water. By teaching children how to use prepositions correctly, you are ultimately helping them to communicate.
Begin the activities by showing the children the ‘Grammar definition card
- prepositions’ - the second of the Grammar safari park: prepositions
Invite discussion and example sentences. Display the poster and “interactive
resource” as an engaging and visual stimulus.
Scholastic Resource Bank: Primary - join today!
- Over 6,000 primary activities, lesson ideas and resources
- Perfect for anyone working with children from 5 to 11 years old
- Unlimited access from just £1.25 per month
Already a member? Sign in below.
You need to be signed in to place a review.