Posted by: Steve J. Moore | May 8, 2008

Openers: Preposition Treasure Map, by Heather McCoy

Forum: Openers
Date: Tue Apr 29 2008 10:57
Author: McCoy, Heather <McCoy123@MissouriState.edu>
Subject: Heather Romine Preposition Treasure Map

Objectives: The students will use prepositions in writing. The students will create a treasure map with directions.

In order to teach prepositions, give students this project that can be used in real life. I tell students that prepositions are found in directions. Therefore, I ask them to create a treasure make. On the back of the map, they must write directions on how to get to the treasure.

Ex: Start next to the old oak tree. or Walk over the stone bridge.

The students must have at least five steps or directions using five different prepositions.

This is a fun way for them to learn prepositions and using them properly!!!!

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