Preposition cards and Poster

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There are 40 cards (signed and unsigned) for games and a poster (A4 and A3) as a decoration.

Using flashcards in the lessons gives you a lot of opportunities. You may use them to decorate the walls so they will become a great visual aid and reminder for your students. Everyone knows that children are crazy about playing games. «Prepositions» is a rather difficult grammar point for all students. And a perfect way to involve them in the learning process, make a lesson more engaging and effective is to play a game using these wonderful cards.

There are some games you can you play with children:

What is missing?
Put 6-8 cards in front of the players, give them time to memorize the prepositions. Then ask them to close their eyes, take one of the cards and hide it behind your back. Ask the kids: What’s missing? The first player to name the missing card is the winner, he or she becomes the leader. You may print two sets of cards and have kids play this game in pairs or mini groups.

Memory game
Print two sets of cards and play memory game: shuffle the cards and put them all face down on the table. Players take turns to open two cards at a time. If they are the same, the player keeps the cards and has another go, if they are different, another player goes. The winner is the one with the most cards.

Goal!
Put flashcards on the floor (or table) where all pupils can see them. Ask each student in a turn to throw a coin or a ball onto one of the cards. If the coin/ball lands on a flashcard, they must name the card, make a phrase or a sentence using the appropriate preposition.

Have a race!
Use two sets of unsigned cards of necessary prepositions for this game. Divide the class into two teams. Stick flashcards on the board (or on the wall) randomly for both teams. On the count of three one representative of every team runs to the board and writes the preposition next to the card, then goes back and another player runs. The team who finishes first and has more correct answers is the winner. To make the game more competitive limit the time by one song or just one minute.

Enjoy!

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