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Where is Fido?
Where is Fido?

Fido is ______ ______ doghouse.


Write the answer on your paper.
Did you say:

Fido is in the doghouse.

You are correct!! Good Job!!


Where is the house?
Where is the house?

The house is ______ ______ hill.


Write the answer on your paper.
Did you say:

The house is on the hill.


Awesome Work!!
Where is the elephant?
Where is the elephant?

The elephant is _____ _____


question mark.
Write the answer on your paper.
Did you say:

The elephant is under the__


question mark.
Keep up the good work!!
A preposition is a word
that stands before its object
and shows the relationship
between that object and
another word in the
sentence.
Examples:
about at toward
above before under
across behind until
after below up
against beneath
through
A prepositional
phrase is a group of
words that includes
a preposition and
its objects.
Example:
along the road
beneath the tree
beyond the lesson
among the crowd
outside the house
inside the room
against the wall