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Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"

Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"
Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"
Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"
Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"
Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"
Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"
Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"
Interactive Books to target the Prepositions "with, for, to, from, at, about"
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These interactive books are designed to help your students learn to use the following prepositions: with, for, to, from, at, about. There are a total of 10 books and each book has 13-15 pages of content. The books all use sentences that follow a repetitive structure. Each page contains a sentence strip with one word missing from the sentence. There are interactive pieces on the last page of each book that you can cut out and use to complete the sentences.

Here’s a detailed look at the books included:

•With” Book 1: Your students construct sentences with the form “I like (food) with (food). For example, I like french fries with ketchup.

•“With” Book 2: Your students construct sentences with the form “I (action) with (person). For example, “I read with Susie.”


•“For” Book 1: Your students construct sentences with the form “I have a present for (person).” For example, I have a present for daddy.

•“For” Book 2: Your students construct sentences with the form “The (food) is for a/an (animal). For example, “The carrot is for a rabbit.”


•“To” Book 1: Your students construct sentences with the form “The (person) goes to the (place). For example, “The teacher goes to the school.”

•“To” Book 2: Your students construct sentences with the form “He is pointing to a/an (object). For example, “He is pointing to a rainbow.”


•“From” Book 1: Your students construct sentences with the form “Run away from the (creature). For example, “Run away from the bear.”

•“From” Book 2: Your students construct sentences with the form “(Food) is made from (food). For example, “Ice cream is made from milk.”


•“At” Book 1: Your students construct sentences with the form “Look at my (object). For example, “Look at my doll.”

•“About” Book 1: Your students construct sentences with the form “I read a book about (subject). For example, “I read a book about dinosaurs.

This activity was created by Lauren Laur, CCC-SLP
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