These are the prepositions that can go on a word wall. In my classroom I covered a bulletin board with felt. I chose words from the vocabulary throughout the year and categorized them into different parts of speech. I printed the different parts of speech on different colors. I put velcro tabs on the back of each word. Now students can see the words up on the word wall all year long. They can also create sentences that make sense even if they don't know what the words mean. For example, I will tell one student to come up and grab a blue word (noun) and a red word (adjective) and I will have the word "es" in the middle. Sometimes the sentences ended up being really funny. One of my favorites was "El ombligo es peludo." The belly button is hairy. There are many different ways you can use this word wall in your classroom.