Prepositions. Can you fill in the missing prepositions?

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Slide 1 Prepositions Slide 2 Can you fill in the missing prepositions? Slide 3 between aroundbehind besideduringby against of onto under in over nearafterbelownext to opposite inside underneath with above along off into out beyond to since before across down outside through up Lets build a... Preposition Wall! Slide 4 Li: I can use prepositions. Look carefully at this picture of a Fun Park. Write at least 8 sentences using a different preposition each time. e.g. A boy is hanging underneath the monkey bars. You can add names, colours, shapes and sizes to make your sentences more interesting. e.g. Oliver is swinging his legs wildly and shrieking excitedly underneath the monkey bars. Remember to: Underline each preposition with a ruler. Use capital letters and full stops. Slide 5 Li: I can use prepositions. Look carefully at this picture of a bedroom. Write at least 6 sentences using a different preposition each time. e.g. The ladder is against the bed. You can add names, colours, shapes and sizes to make your sentences more interesting. e.g. The wooden ladder is against the bunk-bed. Remember to: Underline each preposition with a ruler. Use capital letters and full stops. Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Li: I can use prepositions. Read this poem carefully with your partner. Count the number of different prepositions the poet has used. Task : Can you write a similar poem together using different prepositions from our list on the board? You can be as creative as you like! Your poem does not have to rhyme. Remember to: Underline each preposition with a ruler. Start each line with a capital letter. Use speech marks if necessary. Use full stops. Slide 10 3.6.14 Li: I can use prepositions

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