Students worked on learning how and when to use in, at, and on.
One thing students were confused about was when and how to use "in front of." Danny asked if "in" and "inside" were the same thing. He asked, "Can I say I'm inside the prep kitchen or it is in the prep kitchen?" This prompted a great discussion about the very subtle difference between inside and in to which Cornelia eventually said, "something can be in and not actually be 'inside' of something."
Wanna help our your team? If you hear a student say 'in', 'at', or 'on' in the wrong way, point out the simple fix. Your suggestion will be memorable!