Grateful Grammar – Pronouns

How is everyone doing in the storm?  Knock on wood – it is fine here in Northern Virginia.  It’s windy and rainy, but tolerable.

I’ve used this time to finish up one of the grammar packs that I’ve been working on for about a week!  I’ve had a ton of writer’s block lately so it’s taken a while!  This is the first edition of Grateful Grammar: Pronouns – Leveled.

The pack targets third person singular and plural subjective, objective, and possessive pronouns (he,she,they/him,her,them/his/her/their).  It’s great for preschoolers and other language delayed kiddos!

It has 4 levels and also includes a variety of sorting mats, visuals, and a data collection tool.




The data collection tool.  Circle the level you’re working at and add + or – in the columns. 
Print for as many students as you need.

 

The first level is sorting.  I’ve provided many different types of sorting mats, because some students confused gender or number, while some students confuse the category of pronouns required.  These can also be used as visuals while working at other levels.
For those who confuse subjective vs. objective pronouns.

 

For those who confused number and gender.



For those who no longer require visual prompts.



Level 2 is a bunch of receptive tasks involving following directions.  I provide a list of prompts for each type of pronoun, but the number of ways to use these activities is by no means limited to the prompts I provided!  You can come up with your own prompts depending on your specific goals!  For instance, “Show me her left shoe.” or, “Show me what is on top of his head.”  The possibilities are endless! 

Use the mat below with these cards and have students
follow directions like, “Give a pumpkin to him.”



For use with receptive tasks
targeting objective pronouns.



Here are the teacher prompts for subjective pronouns receptively. 





Level 3 is a collection of multiple choice worksheets.  Again, subjective, objective and possessive pronouns are targeted.




The subjective multiple choice worksheet.
Level 4 includes task cards, question cards, and visuals that target open ended responses.




Teacher reads these prompts/asks these questions.
See student mat below.







Students use this mat to answer the questions for subjective pronouns.




I have gotten a lot of requests for pronoun activities.  I hope these are what you needed!  Here is the link to it in my TPT store.  It’s on sale until 10/30, in “honor” of Hurricane Sandy and all of us being cooped up inside.
I am giving away a copy of it via Rafflecopter below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

And now for a freebie!  Here is a copy of a pronoun poster that I created in Boardmaker. 
Mine is printed on legal size paper and I mounted it on a piece of large construction paper.  Find it on my BoardmakerShare account here.
Enjoy!  Leave a comment and let me know how you would use this pack or if you grabbed the freebie!
~Denise

Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    The pronoun pack looks like just what I need… but I couldn't find the link to purchase it. Is it for sale on TPT? Thanks!

  2. says

    Super cute! I would love to email you but can't find your email address… 😉 Email me please: speechforme at gmail dot com

    thanks!!!

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