*You can have lots of fun whilst learning about prepositions.
Hiding objects, using prepositions yourself to go under and over things, hiding behind and
*Play where is… You can use toys, a block, an object with a box, table, blanket to play a prepositions
game. For example the teddy is in the box, the teddy is under the box, the teddy is behind the box.
*Example with a playmobil figure and a box. It’s great if you have two sets. You can take
turns to copy.
*Read favourite stories - where is the character?
*Role play and place items in different positions - e.g. have a picnic - where are the plates? (in the basket, on the blanket, behind you)
*Play hide and seek - are you behind the door? Under the table? Next to the sofa?
*Watch 'where’s the monkey' and then have a go with one of your own toys.
*Lego is great for prepositions. You can use simple prepositional language building a tower, for
example. Put the red block on the blue block. Or put the blue block under the red block.
*Using physical objects and following prepositional instructions can be a game. You can take turns at
giving instructions or copying each other.
*You can use pens, paints, crayons to draw lines or shapes using prepositional instructions. You could
use letters/ numbers too.
*Draw a red line, draw a yellow line underneath, draw a green line on top of the red line.
*Play the preposition board game included in your pack
5 Minute intervals
Here is where you x5 tables will be useful as we go round the clock.
There are some x5 table activities in your pack
Sort rubbish into categories. Use the cut and stick activity in your work pack. Can the items be recycled?