Prepositions of Time Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.5.1.A

Core Standard

Prepositions are the parts of speech that normally come just before a noun or pronoun with the purpose of relating them to a section of the clause itself. They can be used to place things in a room or discuss the position of a thing such as its movement and direction. Their overall goal is to provide an observer or reader with a better sense of the state of noun or nouns. There are also prepositions that are used to discuss a specific period of time or general timing. The three prepositions of time are the words: at, in, and on. With these three simple words we can endlessly describe the state of noun and pronouns to one another. These worksheets will help students learn to identify them in sentences and properly use them in their own writing.