Finding where “Gary the Ghost” is hiding is a not-so-scary way to work on prepositions, receptively or expressively! Your students will love this cute little ghost and how he tries not to be seen (but isn’t very good at it).
The prepositions used are: in, on, under, behind, in front of, next to.
Place the pictures that have the Gary with the same object (e.g., the tree) in front of the student. Tell the student to point to the picture with the preposition you name (e.g., “Point to the picture where Gary is behind the tree.”). You can also put a variety of pictures out and have the student find all of the pictures where Gary is “next to” to the objects.
Show a picture to the student and have him/her tell you where Gary is relative to the object in the picture.
There are 30 picture cards included that are available in color and black and white versions.