Bill’s bedroom

Practise using prepositions of place by completing sentences.

Author: Cristina Casado Whittaker and Tracey Chapelton

Aim

To introduce children to the concept of describing the position of objects using prepositions of place

To develop children’s reading skills

Materials

Bill’s bedroom Worksheet, pencil, coloured pencils (optional)

Language focus

Prepositions of place: in, on, under, behind, in front of, next to, Vocabulary related to objects found in a child’s bedroom: door, window, flower, doll, cupboard, toy, guitar, television, lamp, books, bookcase, clock, ball, bed, photo, camera, table, Affirmation and negation: yes, no

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