Prepositional Phrase Worksheets To Print:
Snow Day - Students now start to complete full sentences with phrases. This is a great way to introduce it.
A Riddle - We built this activity into a full puzzle matrix. The more you take of me, the more you leave behind. What am I? To find
out, break apart each sentence. Then write the phrase in the puzzle. The answer will appear in the gray boxes.
Private Eye - Underline the phrase and circle
the preposition. Then write the object of the sentence on the line.
The Lost Earring - Kendrick lost one of her favorite earrings, and she is looking for it everywhere. Help her
by telling her where to look. Use the pictures for clues fill in the object of each phrase.
Soccer - Similar to the previous sheets, but we work on a complete paragraph. Some will be used more than once.
The Rainy Day - Circle the preposition and underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. Use the key that is found on the top of the worksheet to say what the preposition describes.
Monsters of Mythology - Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. Then write the prepositions on the lines below each paragraph.
Summer Camp -
Combine each set of sentences into a single sentence, using prepositional phrases to include details.
Complete the Sentences - Complete each sentence below using prepositional phrases. Try to be as creative as you can be.
Underline and Place Them - A mix of skills is tested here. You will not only work on identification, but also placing these phrases into preset sentences.
Scrambled Prepositions - Unscramble them by writing the correct preposition on the line next to each sentence.
- Read each sentence below. Use the clue word provided to rewrite
the sentence to include a prepositional phrase.
Car Matches -
Match the sentence on the left with the missing preposition on the
right. These are sentences that just need some patching up.