Prepositions of Place are used to show the position or location of one thing with another. It answers the question “Where?” Where is the mouse?
The mouse is (in, on, under, in front of, next to, behind, between…) the box.
In front of: The position directly ahead of someone or something; the most forward position or place.The leading part or surface of anything.
Behind: Behind is the contrary of In front of. It means at the back (part) of something.
On: On refers to something that is in a position that is physically touching, covering or attached to something under it.
In: Not out; within; inside.
Next to: beside
Under/Below: Under and below have a similar meaning. They refer to something at a lower level. (Something is above it).
Between: Between generally means that something is in the middle of two objects or people (or places).
Over/Above: Above and Over have a similar meaning. They both refer to a “X object” that is “at a higher position than Y” but above normally refers to being directly (vertically) above you.