Prepositional Phrase Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.4.1.E

Core Standard

Prepositions are friends of all words; they connect nouns to verbs and adjectives. When used in phrasal form they can give off information. Prepositional phrases consist of two parts the preposition and the object it refers to. The phrases themselves are built off of much smaller words such as "of", "at", and "to". These phrases make up a large chunk of the things we say every day. They are the glue of the English language; they help things all logical flow and stay attached. They can also help bolster your use of language in narrative pieces. The worksheets will help your students get after it with these phrases.









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