Step 1 . Direction and movement can be indicated by prepositions such as :- to,towards ,for ,against ,into ,at ,from ,off, out of , through, over,along ,across, round ,up ,down etc .
Step 2 . I am going to school . I am going towards school . Both indicate direction but meanings are different .. To means school is the destination but towards only tells I the direction of school .
Step 3 . Don’t laugh at him . The ball fell into the pond . Father left for office . Don’t lean against the wal .
The preposition into shows an inward movement ,for show beginning of a movement and against shows the pressure falling on the wall ,
Coming from , fell off the table ,flew out of the cage show some kind of movement .
Step 4 . Give exercise for practice in class as well home .
Step 5 . Ask children to use some of the prepositions in sentences of their own .
They can also demonstrate some of prepositions by enacting in class such as , into , out of , through , off , from against etc .