I Have a Preposition For You! Prepositions in First Grade (freebie, too)

Even though I am teaching Kindergarten this year, I am still involved with First Grade.  My First Grade Friends have  pointed out that (at least for us) a new skill with Common Core…it has us teaching prepositions (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.1.1i Use frequently occurring prepositions).  
In the past, we’ve used prepositions in our writing and discussed them briefly, but haven’t really “taught” them formally.  They are certainly not in our reading series.  So to get ready for next year when I am back in First Grade, I decided to work on a supplemental pack for Prepositions!
This pack is 79 pages with lots of activities for all year long!
Page 1 Title Page
Pages 2-7 Smart Board Discussion Pages /Posters
Page 8 Graphic Organizer
Pages 9-13 Supplemental Activities for Rosie’s Walk
Page 14 Writing Activity
Pages 15-24 SmartBoard or Poster Paper Activities/Lesson
Page 25-34 Station Activities (Highlight Prepositions/Search for Prepositions)
Pages 35-58 Station Activity -Sentence Strip Cards for missing prepositions
Pages 59-60 Find the Preposition Reading Passages
Pages 61-62 Directed Drawing and Preposition Placement Activity
Pages 63-69 Easy Reader -fill in your own prepositions
Pages 70-78 Whole Group Activity for Acting out prepositions- can also be added to station for sentence writing
Page 79 Credits and Thank you Page
Sampling of what is included:

 Anchor Chart:
Pictures of some of the station activities:

Find it here:
For the freebie below, click the download preview option on TPT or TN with the links above!
Oh, and if you want to win it, just leave a comment below and I will use the random number generator to select a winner!


  1. Your anchor chart is adorable! You are artistic! I love your packets because you always think of everything needed to teach a concept (you include station ideas and many whole group/small group ideas)! Thanks for being so "detail oriented!" I have my fingers crossed!


  2. I love the way you made your photos look like they are in an album (with the photo corners!)…you are so creative with the activities. And I like the way you have actually had students trying the work…not all sellers do.

    Thanks for the chance to win this…fingers crossed!

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

  3. I'm in Twxas so we don't use the Commin Core. But when our state standards were revised a few years back, prepositions got added in for us too. Our current reading program does address it , but not as good as your unit. I hope I win!

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