Prepositions are words we use to show the relationship of a noun or a pronoun to another word in the sentence. Prepositions can also be called place words because they often tell us the position of things.
In the first ‘prepositions of place’ worksheet, look at the pictures and using words in the word bank, complete the sentences.
The rat is inside a chunk of cheese.
The snail is in front of the flowers.
The cat is behind the pumpkin.
The rat sleeps on a chunk of cheese.
The rat carries the cheese on his head.
The dog is inside the box.
The cat is sitting next to a ball of yarn.
Where is the cat? Look at the pictures and write a sentence saying where the cat is.
The cat is on the mat.
The cat is napping inside the box.
The cat is behind the rat.
The cat is in front if the man.
The cat is sitting next to balls of yarn.
The cat is walking across the bridge.
Use the opposite prepositions to complete the sentences.
The sentences in this worksheet are incomplete. Complete the sentences using words from the box.
The seesaw goes up and down.
The little girl is holding the jump rope in her hands.
The jump rope is over the girl’s head.
A little boy is standing between his tennis racket and toy truck.
Unscramble the place words in the brackets to complete the sentences.