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Prepositions of Place - ESL Charts

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ESL / ESOL Prepositions of Place - Charts and Flash Cards in English

The prepositions that appear on these charts are:
behind, in front of, next to = beside, between, near = close to, above = over, below = under, in, on.

There are TWO types of preposition charts:

BOX & BALL: In the first type of chart, there is a box and a green ball. The position of the ball changes in relation to the box depending on the preposition that is used. There are two version for each preposition. One where only the preposition appears below the image. The second version has a complete sentence using that preposition, for example: The ball is behind the box.

CARTOON DOGS: The second type of chart includes cartoons that involve dogs. Each dog is positioned in a way to help explain the meaning of a preposition. For example, there are two dogs behind a postman. The example sentence is: The dogs are behind the postman.

BONUS: There is an additional page with the words "Prepositions of Place" with a description below it that says "A preposition of place shows the position or location of one thing in relation to another thing. It helps answer the question "Where?".

The main summary charts have two versions. One large chart per page OR two small charts on one page with cutting lines around them.

To see examples of these charts (see the images and sentences) that appear in this resource, see our video lesson about Prepositions of Place.

These wall charts are perfect for decorating the ESL / ESOL classroom. You may also want to laminate each cartoon chart and use them as large flashcards. Some teachers also photocopy these and make a booklet for students.

CONTENT: This English resource contains 48 Pages:

Summary Charts

  • Title - Prepositions of Place with explanation - (1 page)
  • Large Chart - Prepositions of Place - Box and Ball Version - (1 page)
  • Large Chart - Prepositions of Place - Cartoon Dogs Version - (1 page)
  • Smaller Charts (2 per page) - Prepositions of Place - Box and Ball Version - (1 page)
  • Smaller Charts (2 per page) - Prepositions of Place - Cartoon Dogs Version - (1 page)
  • Original Long Format Chart of Prepositions of Place (Dogs) - (1 page)

Chart - Version with Box and Ball - Preposition Only

  • Behind - (1 page)
  • In front of - (1 page)
  • Next to - (1 page)
  • Beside - (1 page)
  • Between - (1 page)
  • Near - (1 page)
  • Close to - (1 page)
  • Above - (1 page)
  • Over - (1 page)
  • Below - (1 page)
  • Under - (1 page)
  • In - (1 page)
  • On - (1 page)

Chart - Version with Box and Ball - Preposition in a sentence

  • Same prepositions as above - (13 pages)

Chart - Version with Cartoon Dogs

  • Behind - (1 page)
  • In front of - (1 page)
  • Next to - (1 page)
  • Next to = Beside - (1 page)
  • Between - (1 page)
  • Near - (1 page)
  • Close to = near - (1 page)
  • Above - (1 page)
  • Above = Over - (1 page)
  • Below - (1 page)
  • Below = Under - (1 page)
  • Next to (Fire Hydrant version) - (1 page)
  • In (in bed) - (1 page)
  • In (thermometer) - (1 page)
  • On (the table) - (1 page)
  • On (dog saliva) - (1 page)

We have a version of this resource in Spanish: Spanish Prepositions of Place - Charts / Flash Cards

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Total Pages
48 pages
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use frequently occurring prepositions (e.g., during, beyond, toward).
Use the most frequently occurring prepositions (e.g., to, from, in, out, on, off, for, of, by, with).

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