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# DirectIndirect Object of the preposition Direct and Indirect Direct, Indirect, and obj. of preposition \$100 \$200 \$300 \$400 \$500.

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DirectIndirect Object of the preposition Direct and Indirect Direct, Indirect, and obj. of preposition \$100 \$200 \$300 \$400 \$500

Find the Direct object Peter and Joe bought some shoes.

Shoes

Find the Direct Object The cute little boy went to his mom and kissed her cheek.

Cheek

Find the Direct object Lacy went camping with Zack.

Camping

Find the direct object Cindy told Paige her secret that spread all over the school.

Secret

 Find the direct object  Ryan, Kelly, and Gina were running the mile yesterday.

Mile

 Find the Indirect object  Kelly gave the wig to Sam to wear for the costume party.

Wig

 Find the Indirect Object  She showed me how to dance.

Me

Find the Indirect Object Mrs. Cope gave us three extra days to finish our reports.

Us

Find the Indirect Object I was furious because Mandy told Jessica my secret.

Jessica

Find the Indirect Object The official gave Tony a medal when he won the final game.

Tony

 Find all the Objects of the prepositions The cat ran under the tree.

Tree

 Find all the Objects of the prepositions Tammy left her shoes beside the pool.

Pool

 Find all the Objects of the prepositions I love the smell of flowers in the morning.

Flowers and Morning

 Find all the Objects of the prepositions The prince was in love with the lowly princess, but they can never be together.

Love and Princess

 Find all the Objects of the prepositions He had to find the girl with the shiny slippers that she put under a tree to save for another day.

Slippers, Tree, and Day

 Find both the direct and the indirect object.  They made him some coffee.

 Indirect: Him  Direct: Coffee

 Find both the direct and the indirect object.  Those bus drivers gave him a book.

 Indirect: Him  Direct: Book

 Find both the direct and the indirect object.  Those students made her a unhappy camper.

 Indirect: Her  Direct: Camper

 Find both the direct and the indirect object. › The wildebeest told the lion that dinner was ready.

 Indirect: Lion  Direct: that dinner was ready

 Find both the direct and the indirect object.  Henry got Heather a present.

 Indirect: Heather  Direct: Present

Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Alex baked Andrew a pizza for the fair.

 Direct: Pizza  Indirect: Andrew  Obj. of the preposition: Fair

 Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition.  Meagan told Brittany that dancing was the best.

 Direct: that dancing was the best  Indirect: Brittany  Obj. of the preposition: None

 Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition.  Danielle told Tiara that homework is important.

 Direct: that homework is important  Indirect: Tiara  Obj. of the preposition: None

 Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition.  Elcy got Caitlyn that car that she always wanted from the moment she saw it..

 Direct: Car  Indirect: Caitlyn  Obj. of the preposition: moment

 Find the Direct, Indirect, and Objects of the prepositions.  Sarah bumped Adam’s elbow, which knocked the paint onto the dresses.

 Direct: elbow, paint  Obj. of the preposition: Dresses  No indirect objects

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