Prepositions of position games, worksheets and songs

Updated 8 March 2015

Prepositions of position teaching ideas

Realia and flashcard activities for prepositions of position

TPR activities for prepositions of position

Video tasks for prepositions of position

Craft activities for prepositions of position

How to teach prepositions of position to kids

Using Garfield’s Scary Scavenger Hunt in EFL classes

Where’s Spot in EFL classes

Team preposition (idea for TPR game that is also good for students learning each others’ names, on ESL

Prepositions related to movement and position (game ideas from Onestopenglish)

Prepositions of position games/ worksheets

Can/ Can’t and prepositions of position dice game - NEW

Prepositions of position making sentences TPR game

Combining transport with prepositions

Balance on your body prepositions

Classroom treasure hunt prepositions

Body part positions Normal or Strange (for young learners)

Body parts prepositions brainstorming

Our topsy turvy school project

Ghosts prepositions of position and classroom language game

Classroom and prepositions Normal and strange

Prepositions of position Find What’s Wrong

Prepositions and directions treasure hunt

Prepositions of position UNO (printable card game on simple prepositions with fun but slightly difficult to explain game, most suitable for kids who already know UNO but useable with low level adults)

The same game on (don’t ask me who ripped off who!)

Prepositions of position songs

Prepositions TPR song (this Youtube video isn’t clear enough to use, but could use the song and actions or variations on it)

Online games for prepositions of position

Garfield Scavenger Hunt (online game on the official Garfield site- ask the students where they want to go and look to add prepositions practice)

Clean and Green (recycling game from British Council Learn English Kids, ask them where each thing is to practice prepositions)

Anteater prepositions of time and position game (online game on the English File 1 website, but actually much more suitable for young learners- successful attempt to make a boring gapfill fun with graphics and sounds)

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