Natalie provides clear instructions on how to set up and use the activity in a variety of different ways! This is key to me, as I work with active little ones who need the repetition of the same stimulus, but also need the variation to hold their interest!
Some suggested uses include playing Go Fish to target both receptive and expressive language, sort the pictures onto the included sorting mats, and simple memory games!
Natalie has included great graphics to target all three pronouns. Each kid or group of kids is doing something or holding an item, so you also get to work on action words at the same time! (Bonus!) I used this pack in a small group targeting simple pronouns for one student, and 'what doing' vs. 'what have' questions for another. It was PERFECT! Each of the students also worked towards their goal by describing the cards to the other student in the group.
Student #1 (pronoun expressive goal)- Find HE is holding an umbrella. Student #2 needed to find that particular card.
Student #2 (Action words expressive goal)- Find he is CATCHING butterflies. Student #1 needed to find that particular card.
This worked out great, and the kids had a blast when they were able to 'trick' each other:)
Natalie has also included cue cards to help students answer questions with a full sentence. She has included several of these. One helps a child to answer 'who is?' questions, one helps a child to answer 'who has' questions, and one has just the pronoun. This was intended to be for the clinician to create their own cue card, but I found it helpful for a few of my students to use it just as a visual reminder to answer in a complete sentence!
Finally, she has included a 'following directions' page, which can be done during therapy, or sent home as homework! If you have kiddos who enjoy coloring, they will love this page!
This pack has been great for my kiddos! I work mainly with Pre-K, so early pronoun activities are ALWAYS included in my lesson plans! The graphics included in this activity are clear and engaging for my students. I recommend this product if you have students working on these skills! You can grab it from her TpT store HERE!
How do you address pronouns in therapy? I would love it if you left a comment with fun and exciting ways you teach these skills!
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