This “Foldable Mini-Booklets to Learn Prepositions” consists of 9 little booklets to teach the
prepositions on, in, under, over, next to, in front of, and in back of (progressively).
You will fold the activity pages (8.5” x 11”) into 8 page mini-booklets that will
be 4 1/4” tall and 2 ¾” wide. Each booklet has a symbolic (©Boardmaker)
representation of the prepositions on the front page. The inner pages and
back page have cute prepositional illustrations and fill-in lines for the student
to write the preposition word. The student can also color each picture for
added fun and incentive. Please know that this booklet is little, so consider if the size
is appropriate for your student.
Anyway, this is a fun little activity to add to your preposition lesson collection.
A How to Make 8-page booklet visual directions.
Prepositions visual reference page.
The 1st booklet introduces each preposition and has student write in the
preposition word, given the word to copy.
The 2nd booklet is identical to
the 1st booklet, except there is no preposition word to copy.
The 3rd booklet focuses on ”in front of” and “in back of.”
The 4th booklet focuses on ”in” and “on.”
The 5th booklet focuses on “over” and “under.”
The 6th booklet focuses on “next to” and “in front of.”
The 7th booklet focuses on all 7 preposition words with a robot theme.
The 8th booklet focuses on all 7 preposition words with a bunny theme.
The 9th booklet focuses on all 7 preposition words with a real pictures of a cat.
A duplicate of the 9 books with blank lines for the preposition words. This is provided
in case you want to use different words for than what I provided. For example,
you may want to teach “beside” instead of ”next to,” ”behind” instead of “in back of,” .
”above” instead of “over.”
You will need:
White 8.5” x 11” paper.
How to create booklet:
I provided two versions of this activity. One version has the preposition words provided
(on, in, in front of, in back of, next to, over, under) and the other version has blank
lines for the preposition words for you to fill in. This is in the event that you want to
use different preposition words that what I provided.
Decide which version you want, and print those pages.
To fold the page into a booklet, please follow the HOW TO MAKE 8-PAGE BOOKLET page
provided. You can also watch this video: https://youtu.be/21qi9ZcQVto
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How to use booklets:
I have alphabetized the nine booklets (A thru I), denoted on front page
of each booklet.
I suggest you present the booklets in this
order at the appropriate pace. Keep the large PREPOSITONS visual page handy to refer
to as visual support, as needed.