Prepositions

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A set of 14 preposition flashcards with very simple pictures.

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Description

Most cards use only a ball and a box to illustrate the prepositions of place and movement.

Children and beginner adult classes alike will appreciate the clarity of these cards.

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Checklist

268 KB 1 Page

Word list for the Prepositions flashcard set.

Preview of Images only, Large

Images only, Large

14 MB 14 Pages

Preview of Word cards, Small

Word cards, Small

370 KB 2 Pages

Preview of Word cards, Large

Word cards, Large

2 MB 14 Pages

Prepositions Word List

  • above
  • across from
  • behind
  • below
  • between
  • in
  • in front of
  • into
  • near
  • next to
  • on
  • out of
  • over
  • under

3 comments for Prepositions

  1. Mike van der Lee

    Thank you for sharing these 🙂

    And yes, you understood correctly from Google Translate. I wasn’t able to see download links at first but they showed up after I turned off AddBlock in Google Chrome so that could possibly have been the problem for her (and others).
    I suggest that you place that on the “Can’t see the download links?” page 🙂

    I downloaded these but, to be honest, some propositions are a bit hard to make out. It would be helpful if their meaning was underneath them.
    And, to test my students if they remembered them, I like to have versions without text. Now, I’m quite capable with graphics design tools so I create separate versions without text but not everyone can.

    Thank you again for all your efforts.

    • Karen

      Thanks for the feedback! Good to confirm that turning off your ad blocker enabled you to see the links. That suggestion is on the ‘Download’ page, though I haven’t listed any extensions by name. I imagine there are a lot :S

      Eric originally made the cards without words so that teachers of other languages -not just English- could also use them. I won’t have a chance to make new cards sets in the near future, but if I do I’ll post an update here.

      For the moment, I’d suggest just writing in the word in marker. That said, I personally wouldn’t trust my own penmanship, so alternatively print out the word cards and glue the matching word on the reverse side.

      Take care,
      Karen

    • Karen

      A long-awaited update: we’ve now made picture cards with labels for mostly all the sets. Wordless flashcards are still available, too.

  2. Hoa Hoang

    millions of thanks for your sharing! 🙂

    • Karen

      You’re very welcome!

  3. Alexander

    NOT writing what it is – is exactly the trick!
    Having flashcards with writing under it -> not educational, when kids guess the meaning of the flashcards, it’s so rewarding for them,

    Thank you very much for such great variety of flashcards!

    • Karen

      You’re most welcome 🙂

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