Prepositions Online Exercises

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Teach students to write using relative spaces with these exercises that use prepositions to describe one noun in relation to another.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
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Prepositional Phrases 3
Prepositional Phrases 3
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Prepositional Phrases 3
Break up prepositional phrases into prepositions and objects with these exercises that put your fifth grader's knowledge to the test.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
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Prepositions 2
Prepositions 2
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Prepositions 2
Our world is measured in relative phrases, and prepositions allow your student to describe nouns in a way that utilizes the knowledge of another.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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Prepositional Phrases 2
Prepositional Phrases 2
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Prepositional Phrases 2
Allow your fourth graders to identify all parts of prepositional phrases with these exercises that have them visualize steps and provide helpful hints.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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Prepositions 3
Prepositions 3
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Prepositions 3
Seeing how one object is related to another is important in describing things in time, space, or size. Give your fifth grader the tools they need to understand this concept with these exercises.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
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Prepositional Phrases 1
Prepositional Phrases 1
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Prepositional Phrases 1
Teach your third grader about sentence phrasing and prepositions with these exercises that allow them to practice individually with helpful hints.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
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Prepositions Online Exercises

Learning the parts of speech through Education.com’s games and exercises will keep students craving additional knowledge. These interactive prepositions exercises and other activities will help students master the content within, and before long they will emerge with an enhanced understanding of how to use language. The following exercises will build students’ confidence in both reading and writing.
Prepositions tell the time or place in which a verb happened -- before dinner, beside the books, or between classes (they don't all start with B, though). They can also come in groups, like along with, next to, on top of, and many more. But how to figure out what's a preposition and what's not? Get some practice with prepositions with our prepositions exercises, a quick way to review more advanced grammar concepts. Our preposition exercises challenge students to find the preposition in some short sentences. Learning this way is effective, but not overwhelming, so it makes kids feel comfortable with extra education help. Take it from our team of education experts -- we've tailor-made these online drills and quizzes to give kids just the practice they need in between tests, without overdoing it. To extend the learning, try some verb practice to get familiar with the words prepositions accompany.