Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Batting Around Prepositions ~ Summer Bloggin' Wk #4

Thought I would share this summer themed poem today. After teaching students about prepositions, this nifty poetry format can be used to recycle the skills. Click on the image below to grab your FREEBIE.

If time permits, students can complete their poems on baseballs and then create a bulletin board to showcase their work. Makes a great eye-catching display!

This poetry format can be used for any subject. Think character from a book, content area topic...the possibilities are open to the creative minds of your students. And the whole time students are recycling their learning about prepositions.

While we are talking about prepositions here is a fun and engaging way for students to learn 56 prepositions while singing them to the tune "Pop Goes the Weasel." Check out the freebie  below by clicking on the image.

Hope you have been enjoying Summer Bloggin' hosted by The Teaching Tribune. Don't forget to stop by The Teaching are sure to find some resource gems!

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  1. This is a great freebie! Thanks so much for sharing!


  2. I *LOVE* teaching prepositions - it's a tough concept for my students to grasp, but there are lots of fun ways to teach them and let them practice. This will fit in perfectly with my preposition unit - thank-you! :)

    Joy in the Journey

  3. Yeah! Glad you are able to use this resource. There is something about prepositions that can be exciting! When I introduce the 56 Preposition Song, it sticks in my head for weeks! Thanks for stopping by!