I created this game as an interactive way to help teach my students the different parts of a prepositional phrase.
Print on card stock and laminate for durability, or you can print on regular paper and paste onto index cards before laminating, whichever you prefer.
Divide out the cards so half of your class has a preposition and half has a phrase that will complete it. Allow them to wander around the room (you could time it for extra fun and to save time) and find a partner whose card would make a correct phrase. When they find a partner, have them sit down, raise their hand, or stand back to back (again, whichever your preference might be). After everyone finds a partner, have them create a sentence using their phrase they created. I also have my students label the phrase in the sentence, too, for extra practice. Repeat this process as much as you would like!
I included some blanks cards so you add your own prepositions/phrases. You could also give these blank cards out, too, and have the students create their own.
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Prepositional Phrase Matchup
by Jenipher Lill
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