Prepositional Phrases

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Elementary Lesson Plans
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Elementary Lesson Plans


Prepositional Phrases: FREE Prepositional Phrases Lesson {Christmas Themed Activity}

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NOTE: Don't foget to check out the "I have who has" activity I made to go along with this slide show. Click here:
Prepositional Phrases I Have Who Has

**If you choose to download this activity, I would love for you to offer me some positive feedback.

This activity is actually an adobe file slide show. Feel free to use it in your classroom however you would like.

The prepositional phrase slide show will help you meet the common core objective for fourth grade: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.4.1e Form and use prepositional phrases

Of course, you can also use this an an enrichment activity with third graders or as a review with fifth graders, too.

Because the slide show is pretty short, it will work great for a mini lesson :-)

It includes:

*definition of preposition
*list of common prepositions
*definition of prepositional phrase
*examples of prepositional phrases using Santa and a present
*images of Christmas pictures for kids try their hand at using prepositional phrases

Have fun!

For other creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.

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