My bag is under the desk. My texbook is on the desk.
A spin-off of the classic game "Guess Who". There are 16 different rooms. The students have to figure out which room their partner chose by asking "where is/are" questions.
Students practice saying prepositional sentences and watch them come true right in front of their eyes.
This game is played like you would Pictionary, except all the cards are in the form of prepositions.
A Christmas-themed worksheet activity where students learn Christmas vocabulary and create sentences with prepositional phrases.
A fun activity based on the Christmas tradition of finding the pickle ornament on the Christmas tree.
This game teaches the students to hear prepositions of place: on, above, below, in front of, etc. The students listen and try to draw an image of a room that is described by the ALT.
Children color animals according to the ALT's instructions.
Students listen to their partner’s instructions and attempt to draw a replica of a bedroom.
A fast-paced game where teams race to be the first to do the instructions correctly.
Using teamwork, students search for pictures around the room and describe it to their team members.
Basic info gap activity for basic prepositions of location.
A powerpoint game useful for review.
Students practice drawing pictures based upon the preposition given.
A fun point-based competition between groups aimed at reviewing the students' knowledge of shapes and prepositions.
Students listen to the teacher describe their bedroom and they must draw it. Afterwards, they write sentences about what they've drawn.
Students test their memory by looking at a picture and in prepositional phrase form, writing what they saw.
Students test their knowledge of Japan's prefectures, minus Okinawa, and then practice asking about the location of the prefectures they don't know.
Students help rescue plane crash victims by locating them in a classroom and then writing a report to submit to the rescue authorities.
Almost Mario Style Race and Summer Festival Quiz
Practice 'there is' and 'there are' with four linked activities.
Help students practice their colours and the names of places around the school with this fun game.
This is an information gap exercise where pairs of students ask each other the question, "Where is....?"
A few activities to practice prepositions of place
Students try to guess the location of an object.
Students close their eyes and imagine the story you tell them. Upon opening their eyes, they complete a worksheet based upon their imagination.