This preposition game uses prepositions for places.
Prepositional Phrase Worksheets
One of the most common types of phrases is the prepositional phrase. It consists of a preposition, such as “of” or “in,” the object of the preposition, and any modifiers for the object. The last three words of the previous sentence make a prepositional phrase: for the object. An understanding of this type of phrase helps students master sentence structure and write fluently. All of the worksheets below may be downloaded or viewed by clicking on the title. You may use them in the classroom or at home for free.
Helpful Definitions and Examples
Printable Prepositional Phrase Worksheet Activities
Your student will create sentences with this fun preposition game!
Here’s a fun game for your little student to practice his prepositions!
This playful kitty will help your youngster learn about prepositions!
This funny bunny’s trip for carrots is a fun way to work with prepositions!
In this worksheet your student will add prepositional phrases to sentences.
In this worksheet your student must pick the correct form of who/whom.
The object of a preposition is the focus of this worksheet.
This worksheet asks your student to use the correct form of a pronoun with a preposition.
Look for the adjectival prepositional phrases in this printable worksheet activity for 4th – 6th grade students! Download and print for use both at home and in the classroom.
Your student will identify the prepositions and its object in this worksheet.
Read through the lyrics of a classic Thanksgiving song and circle all of the prepositional phrases! This activity is a great resource for practicing your prepositions while having fun.
More sports fun with direct and indirect objects vs. prepositional phrases!
It’s time to spice up a paragraph with some prepositional phrases!