25 lessons focused on prepositional phrases help students improve their analysis and descriptive writing. Each lesson centers around a photo that I took at a botanical gardens: a honeybee hovering over a flower, a snail slithering up a cactus, a lizard looking for insects, butterflies, birds, a rabbit, a bright red and black bug, ants, a praying mantis, an enormous black fly, a squirrel, flowers, leaves, a wild strawberry, and spectacular water drops. All are cropped and magnified, sure to keep your students’ attention, guaranteed to keep them anticipating the next photo. Students will explore dozens of prepositions and increase their word power as you work through this animated, student-centered slideshow.
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