Remember when we were kids and our teacher told us the way to remember prepositions was the squirrel and the tree? A squirrel could go around a tree, on a tree, by a tree, and so on and so forth. I thought it would be fun to add a little winter twist by having my students think about an eskimo and a igloo. Here's what it looks like:
I also made a preposition word bank you might like to use, too.
These activities can be found in the packet below,
*** 2 partner stories (like mad libs)
*** 5 Preposition searches (find prepositions in nursery rhymes). Answer key is included.
*** 4 writing activities: Write sentences with prepositions about a given topic. There is also a blank form that you can personalize to fit your class.
This packet is available at TPT for $5.50.