Prepositions

Prepositions

Writers who use or teach writing worksheets should also know about introducing prepositions in the first sentence of the worksheet. When doing this, the first preposition to be introduced in the worksheet is “with.” In this first sentence, the writer introduces what the other words are, “with” is a conjunction that connects them together. This is also a good time to introduce the pronoun “he” since it’s a subject pronoun and can link the sentence with “they.” It can also introduce the third person plural pronoun “us.”

After the prepositions have been introduced, the writer can then introduce the verbs in the sentence. They can also state that they are the object of the action, which is what we want in a worksheet. After that, the writer can then finish the sentence by ending it with a period or a comma. This will assure the student that they are finished writing the sentence.

The worksheet needs to be read by students at least one time before it is used. Students have to make sure that they understand the words, sentences, and even the verb tenses used in the worksheet. Because this worksheet is not for memorization, the students will not come back to it again to study. If they are able to memorize the worksheet, it will be a waste of time. Students should be encouraged to take away this worksheet and use it again. In order to get a full grasp of all the components of writing worksheets, they should do this on a regular basis.

Writing worksheets: introducing prepositions

Prepositions
Prepositions

Prepositions are words which indicate direction, time, location and spatial relationships, among other things.  They are extraordinarily common in everyday speech.  These worksheets introduce basic prepositions, starting with those related to location.

  • Draw the object in the right location
  • Circle the preposition in each sentence