a practical and simple
Preposition Interactive Booklet (Basic Concepts) with 30 activity pages!
This activity helps student just learning prepositions, or
is struggling with the concepts. I did my best to keep
the illustrations simple and clear.
The prepositions practiced here are: in, out of, on, off, over,
under, In front of, in back of, next to, top, bottom, through,
between, beside, behind.
The preposition icons are displayed as choices above the
activity page.. The child is to choose the appropriate
preposition to fill-in the sentence on the activity page.
15 preposition icons.
Preposition Storage page.
30 Activity pages.
Cardstock White Paper, standard size 8.5” x 11”
Velcro (scratchy and fuzzy side)
2 Book Large Rings (opens and closes)
Print, Laminate all activity pages first!!
Page A --- PREPOSITION SQUARES
Cut the squares. Place small squares of Velcro (scratchy side) in back of each square. Store on PAGE B.
Page B --- Preposition word storage page.
Do NOT cut this page.
Place small squares of Velcro (fuzzy side) on each square.
Two hole punch the bottom half, left side, of this page.
Place PAGE A preposition squares (via Velcro) onto above squares.
Page C --- Booklet Cover Page.
Two Hole Punch on Left Side.
Cut the main activity pages at the dotted line, since
there are 2 pages on each page.
Place a square of Velcro (fuzzy side) on blank square in sentence.
Two-hole punch the left side of each of the 30 activity pages.
Finally, Collate all of the pages,
Page B on bottom , 30 activity pages next, and finally book cover on
Place Book Rings through holes on the left side.
This is quite simple to use!
There are 30 activity sheets, so I would pre-select the ones you want to work on first.
Model how to use this activity to your student.
Present the picture and ask, “Where is the (butterfly)?” Select the correct preposition square. Place the square on blank square on the sentence (“The butterfly is in the net.)”. Read the sentence.
As the child begins to understand the task, fade the amount of support, until the child can do this on his/her own.
After the child has mastered this activity, I would just show the student the picture without the the preposition icons and cover the sentence strip. Have the student say the sentence on his/her own.