In, On, At Worksheets

All About These 15 Worksheets

These In, Or, At worksheets are a useful resource for students to learn about the usage of the prepositions “in,” “on,” and “at” in English. The first three worksheets in this collection begin with an introduction to the prepositions “in,” “on,” and “at” and their basic meanings. This will also include examples of how each preposition is used to describe location, time, or other relationships between objects or ideas.

These worksheets include a series of practice exercises. These exercises will vary in format and difficulty, and include filling in the blanks with the correct preposition, choosing the correct preposition in a multiple-choice format, rewriting sentences to include the correct preposition, and more. By completing these worksheets, students will be able to:

  • Learn when to use “in,” “on,” and “at” in sentences depending on their context;
  • Describe a picture using “in,” “on,” and “at” prepositions correctly in sentences;
  • And create their own sentences using “in,” “on,” and “at” as a preposition of place or time.

Overall, these worksheets are a comprehensive and engaging resource that helps students understand and master the use of “in,” “on,” and “at” in English.

How to use “In,” “On,” and “At” in sentences

To help guide students in answering these worksheets, here are the definitions of the prepositions “in,” “on,” and “at” along with some examples:

  1. In – Used to indicate that something is located inside of a place, surrounded by it, or contained within it. It is also used to indicate a period of time.

Example sentences:

  • The book is in the drawer.
  • The cat is in the box.
  • We will meet in the park.
  • I will see you in an hour.
  1. On – Used to indicate that something is physically located on a surface, or to indicate a specific day or date.

Example sentences:

  • The book is on the table.
  • The picture is on the wall.
  • We will have a meeting on Monday.
  • The concert is on July 4th.
  1. At – Used to indicate a specific location, point in time, or an event.

Example sentences:

  • She is waiting for me at the airport.
  • The party is at the park.
  • We will meet at noon.
  • The movie starts at 7 PM.

It is important to note that the usage of these prepositions can vary depending on the context, and there are many more examples beyond those listed here.