2 Prepositions about above across after against along around as at beforebehindbelowbeneathbesidebetweenbeyondbydownduringforfrominintonearofonoverpastthroughthroughouttotowardunderuntilupwith
3 Today we will identify prepositions used in songs and poetry Create a Preposition poem
4 Over the River and Through the Woods Over the river and through the wood, To grandfather's house we go; The horse knows the way To carry the sleigh, Through the white and drifted snow, oh! Over the river and through the wood, Oh, how the wind does blow! It stings the toes, And bites the nose, As over the ground we go.
5 Over the river and through the wood, To have a first-rate play; Oh, hear the bell ring, "Ting-a-ling-ling!" Hurrah for Thanksgiving Day-ay! Over the river and through the wood, Trot fast my dapple gray! Spring over the ground, Like a hunting hound! For this is Thanksgiving Day.
6 With Arms Wide OpenWell I just heard the news today It seems my life is going to change I closed my eyes, begin to pray Then tears of joy stream down my face With arms wide open Under the sunlight Welcome to this place I'll show you everything With arms wide open With arms wide open
7 Well I don't know if I'm ready To be the man I have to be I'll take a breath, I'll take her by my side We stand in awe, we've created life With arms wide open Under the sunlight Welcome to this place I'll show you everything With arms wide open Now everything has changed I'll show you love I'll show you everything With arms wide open With arms wide open I'll show you everything ...oh yeah With arms wide open..wide open
8 Over and Over AgainCause it’s all in my head I think about it over and over again And I cant keep picturing you with him And it hurts so bad Cause it’s all in my head I think about it over and over again I replay it over and over again And I can’t take it, I can’t shake it no I can’t wait to see you Wanna see if you still got that look in your eye That one you had for me before we said our goodbyes And it’s a shame that we gotta spend our time being mad about the same things (over and over again) about the same things (over and over again) Oohhh but I think she’s leaving Oohhh man she’s leaving I don’t know what else to do Tim: Can’t go on not loving you
9 I remember the day you left I remember the last breath you took right in front of me When you said that you would leave I was too damn stubborn to try to stop you or say anything But I see clearly now And this choice I made keeps playing in my head (over and over again) play in my head (over and over again)
10 The Big Moment Above the ground high on the ladder, I hear the people below me chatter.Onto the narrow but large flat boardI see a long, twisted microphone cord.Around me the wind blows the airThrough my long, thick, twisted hair.Toward the water I do three flipsInto the water I splash and I dip.
11 Create a Preposition Poem. Use as many prepositions as you can!
12 Prepositions about above across after against along around as at beforebehindbelowbeneathbesidebetweenbeyondbydownduringforfrominintonearofonoverpastthroughthroughouttotowardunderuntilupwith