I've worked on pronouns with some of my students for most of the school year. Some of them have done a great job and are using and understanding pronouns. However, some of my students, notably the ones on the autism spectrum, can tell me that she goes with girls and he with boys and replace words in sentences, but can't identify what pronouns mean when they find them. I do as picture book lesson, come across a pronoun, and they can't figure out who it is referring to. This activity is designed to start bridging the gap between knowing about pronouns and applying that knowledge.
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Subjective, Obective and Possessive Pronouns are all included.
Subjective: He, She, They, We, It, I, You
Objective: Her, Him, Them, It, Us, Me, You
Possessive: His, Her, Hers, Its, Theirs, Their, Our, Ours, Yours, Your, Mine, My
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Cue Cards for switching pronouns and nouns are included.
The cover sheet for each unit has an optional "cover card" for your card decks to make organization and finding things later much easier. The types of pronouns are also color coded for easy sorting for when they get mixed up. (We all know it's going to happen at some point!)
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The winner has been picked! Looking for Carly who left the comment: I love this idea! Pronouns seem to be a challenge for my students right now and this looks like it has an approach that may help! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me on facebook!