Prepositions of Direction Worksheet

Get the hang of prepositions of direction by using them in a bunch of sentences. Transform your writing from ordinary to inspired by insightfully using in it words like across, around, through, behind, and so on. Always use a preposition of direction in the middle of a sentence and never at the end of a sentence to avoid clashing with adverbs. In this printable worksheet, children carefully read each sentence and write an appropriate preposition of direction to make the sentence meaningful.

This pdf worksheet is an excellent practice material for fourth grade and fifth grade.

CCSS – L.K.1.E, L.5.1.A

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