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Preposition Path (Classroom)

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Wander down Preposition Path!

The supervolcano of Yellowstone has wonders to show you and your students. Third, fourth, and fifth graders hike the meadows and mountains, encounter wildlife in the wilderness, and stand in awe of gushing geysers. They stare at glurpy mud pots and vibrant hot springs and glimpse a bison or two. Along the way, they learn about prepositions and prepositional phrases.

Preposition Path includes . . .

  • Two major areas to explore: the wilds of Yellowstone and the vast array of geysers and hot springs
  • Eight adventures that teach about prepositions and prepositional phrases and ways to use them in sentences
  • Two robust activities that allow students to apply what they have learned
  • The Preposition Path quiz to test their learning
  • Standards alignment and vocabulary throughout the adventures

You can project videos on the board and have students vote on their next adventure, or you can have students work independently, completing assignments and quizzes at their own pace. They can hand in Google doc assignments through a Google Classroom workflow, or print them out and fill them in by hand. And your students will have a lot to write about—brimming with their amazing discoveries!

Explore the oldest national park—Yellowstone—and learn all about prepositions!

Check out other Grammar Adventures!

  • Noun Town: Discover the wonders of Washington, D.C., and learn about all kinds of nouns.

  • Pronoun Palace: Explore London, England, and work with pronouns in many forms.

  • Verb Valley: Hike the Grand Canyon, and let verbs power your expedition.

  • Modifier Mountain: Adventure on the active volcanoes in the Ring of Fire and work with adjectives and adverbs.

  • Conjunction Cavern: Journey into the gigantic Carlsbad Caverns, and use conjunctions to connect ideas.

  • Sentence City: Tour the Big Apple—New York City—and learn about building and using sentences.