Prepositional Phrases Worksheets
At their heart, our printable prepositional phrases worksheets with answers manifest our desire to help children in grade 3, grade 4 and grade 5 warm up to a key grammatical aspect, which can unsettle even the most grammatically advantaged. A prepositional phrase is a group of words led by a preposition, the object of the preposition, and any words that add details to the object. Form and use prepositional phrases in sentences, identify the components of a prepositional phrase, comprehend the function of the prepositional phrase in a sentence, and more. Get busy giving your grammatical learning a much-deserved upgrade with our free prepositional phrases worksheet pdfs!
One of the joys of a prepositional phrase is that it's very widely used in sentences so we don't have to go scouting for one. Identify the prepositional phrase in each sentence and check the correct answer.
Zero in on the preposition, for around it you can locate the prepositional phrase! Don't always expect it to be short. In this worksheet, circle the prepositional phrase in each sentence.
This part of our pdf prepositional phrases worksheets has oodles of grammatical comfort for 3rd grade and 4th grade children as they find the prepositional phrase and highlight the preposition in it.
Outshine your prepositionally pioneering peers by churning out sentences with prepositional phrases! Let 5th grade kids rewrite each sentence using a prepositional phrase from the box.
A prepositional phrase is part fun and frolic and part serious learning. Children match each sentence to a correct prepositional phrase. Write the sentence number to indicate their answer.
Leave grade 3 and grade 4 children thirsting for more prepositional phrase-hunting fun! Read each sentence, underline the prepositional phrase, and circle the object of the preposition.
Ratchet up excitement with prepositional phrases used as adjectives! Recognize the adjective prepositional phrase in each sentence. In "the purse under the sofa", "under the sofa" modifies "the purse".
Delineate the two components that make up a prepositional phrase with this printable worksheet! First underline the prepositional phrase, and then write its two components – the preposition and the object of the preposition.
Revisit the adjective prepositional phrase with a worksheet that's a whole new ballgame! Students first mark the prepositional phrase. Then they show the noun it describes by pointing an arrow to it.
With prepositional phrases that act as adverbs joining the party, the preposition-intrigued children greatly add to their learning heft. Read each sentence and underline the adverb prepositional phrase in it.
Adverb prepositional phrases aren't all that easy, stick around for a bit longer and you'll have the topic wrapped around your fingers. Circle the prepositional phrase used as an adverb in each sentence.
A verb is to an adverb prepositional phrase what a noun is to an adjective prepositional phrase. Highlight the prepositional phrase that acts as an adverb in each sentence. Point an arrow to the verb it modifies.
Continue to fill grade 5 children in on prepositional phrases and their use! Identify the prepositional phrase in each sentence and check one of the two options: adjective or adverb as appropriate.
Our printable prepositional phrases worksheet is a great addition to your grammar-help regime! Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence and write if it acts as an adjective or adverb.
If grade 4 kids are hoping to gain some stupendous practice, this prepositional phrase pdf won't let them down! Circle adjective prepositional phrases and underline adverb prepositional phrases.