I know, I know….you came here today for a FREEBIE! So, here you go!
This week my freebie is a Valentines Themed Game called Where is Cupid. This card game targets prepositions by showing Cupid in different positions around other objects. Here is what the cards look like:
You can use these cards in MANY ways!
- Using two sets have your child/student match picture to picture
- Using one set have your child/student label each preposition
- Using one set have your child/student match opposite prepositions
- Using one set, hide the cards around the room, turn out the lights, and have your child/student use flashlights to go find and label all the cards.
- Using two sets play memory or go fish
- Using one set play memory or go fish by matching/pairing opposite prepositions
- Using one set, place cards in a pile. Take turns having your child/student pick a card and then demonstrate the preposition in some form (i.e. using manipulatives, pictures, aÂ barrier game, using their own bodies, etc).
Download your own set for FREE right HEREÂ (Images thanks toÂ Office Images)
Have a FABULOUS weekend!
Wow! Great freebie! We are working on prepositions at this very time, so these cards will be a fun way to reinforce the preposition word list. Thanks!
Awesome Jen! Let me know how they work out for you!
He’s so cute!
Who doesn’t love a half naked baby flying around with a bow and arrow?? 😉
Katie I LOVE THIS!!!! Pinned it. You’re the bomb. thanks for all your help this week 🙂
Thanks Jenna! And you are welcome! I gotta help my fellow speechies out!
LOVE this!! Say…. am I crazy or did you blog get a ‘face lift’ so to speak?!? Love the different colored buttons! Thanks for linking up to TGIF =-)
I’m new to the site and not understanding what you mean by having the child “label” the preposition. How would this work for my communication-delayed 4-year-old?
Gayle if your child does not yet know the prepositions, you first need to teach him. You can use the cards to teach them, or you can use other methods. Check out Kim’s post over at Little Stories for some great ideas: http://thelittlestories.com/how-to-teach-prepositions/
Rosemary Henderson says
Thank you for access to the prepositional game.