Time Prepositions – in, on, at
Use this interactive board game to practice time prepositions – in, on, at.
How to play
Students take turns rolling the dice and moving their piece along the board. When a student lands on a square they need today which preposition – on, in or at matches the word in the square. For example, Friday. The student would say “On Friday”. The other players need to listen and decide if the answer is correct or not. If the answer is correct the student stays on that square. If it is not correct they go back to their previous square. You can click on the square to check if the answer in correct or not. The first student to reach the finish square is the winner of the game.