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.
|For those who confuse subjective vs. objective pronouns.|
|For those who confused number and gender.|
|For those who no longer require visual prompts.|
|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.|
|The subjective multiple choice worksheet.|
|Teacher reads these prompts/asks these questions.
See student mat below.
|Students use this mat to answer the questions for subjective pronouns.|