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Prepositions Test - GPS, sentence, place, time, cause, prepositions
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  • I think this is a good summative mini test; I'm going through grammar knowledge with my yr3s checking for any gaps (I used the bigger SPaG tests) and found prepositions were a weaker area.  So I'm doing some extra grammar teaching so I think this will work well just to assess how that goes.  

    , May 6th
    • Hi Teacher_Fairy,
      I'm glad this resource is useful! Thanks for letting us know :)

      , May 6th
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    , May 3rd
    • Good evening!
      I'm so sorry to hear that you aren't a fan of this resource. Could you please tell me a bit more about why not? I'd be happy to see what we can do to make this resource better suit your needs. Have a great night! :)

      , May 3rd
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