Preposition Worksheets To Print:
- What does the preposition tell us in each sentence? On the line, write whether it tells how, when,
where, which one or how many.
Autumn - A little
multiple choice helps us out here. Make sure the grammar flows well.
Where Is It? -
Find the preposition and then write it on the line. What type of relationship does it establish?
Prep It Up! - Get
rid of all of those confusing words. In each sentence below, cross out the confusing or
incorrect word. Then rewrite each sentence using more
House - Using the opening paragraphs of the novel Bleak House
by Charles Dickens. Underline the prepositional phrases.
the Sentence - Complete the following sentences with prepositional
phrases. On the line, write how the prepositional phrase is used (adjective
Phrases - Read each sentence below. Underline each prepositional
phrase. Write the preposition on the line.
Phrases as Adjectives or Adverbs - On the first line write whether
the prepositional phrase is being used as an adjective or an adverb.
On the second line write the noun, pronoun or verb it is modifying.
The first one has been done for you.
Poems - Think of a topic you would like to write a poem about.
Each line should start with a preposition.
and Wanda - Rewrite the paragraph, adding prepositional phrases
to act as adjectives and adverbs, making the paragraph more specific
the Sea - Read each sentence. Identify the prepositional phrase.
Then write the phrase on the line under the category it belongs in
according to the question it answers.
of Large Proportions - The opening paragraphs of In Search of
the Castaways by Jules Verne. Read the paragraphs. Underline all of
the prepositional phrases.
Blanks - Use the bank of terms to complete the sentences.
More Practice - This follows along with the last worksheet very well.
Multiple Choice - Choose one of the four terms to finish each complete thought off.
Take Two - Use the bedroom scene to determine what is best for you.
On, At, or In - Which of these three would best complete each sentence?
Box of Bears - Where is that pesky bear in relation to the box or boxes?
What's the Deal? - Use the picture to help you create your own preposition to finish off the sentence.
The Swing - Find all of the prepositions in the poem. Write them on the lines. Only
write each word once.
Describe Me - Circle what would best describe each scene.
Word Cloud - Find the prepositions in the word cloud. Write them on the lines.
Green and Red - Color the squares with prepositions red to
find out where on this island a treasure is
buried. Color all the other squares green.
More Preposition Worksheet Topics:
Verbals - These are like undercover verbs.