In order to assess knowledge of pronoun identification and creation, I incorporated abstract art. I taught briefly about abstract art and the use of colors and shapes often being used in abstract art. I then roughly drew and colored an example, showing students what I meant about using shapes and a variety of color to make a nice design or piece of artwork. Students then proceeded to make their own artwork. I set a timer for a given amount of time (I gave 10 minutes, then as needed a couple more minutes), pushing students to quickly formulate their ideas into their artwork. Lastly, I put 5 minutes on the timer and asked students to place their pronouns into their artwork (he, she, they, it, us, we, everybody, etc.). They were encouraged to make their pronouns bold and large (I showed my second graders briefly how to make bubble letters easily) and I was very surprised by the good quality of work! They were encouraged to make it seem to their viewers that the pronouns were actually part of the artwork, manipulating the shapes and colors to seem like they planned everything out. The results were amazing!