This cute little February word work packet focuses on working with pronouns in the primary grades.
This 18 page activity packet includes the following:
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Noun & Pronoun Partners- Children are to read each sentence, focus on the underlined noun, paste the pronoun next to the noun, and then write the pronoun.
Page 3: ABC Order- Children cut, sort, and paste the provided pronouns in alphabetical order.
Page 4: Cut and Cover- Children cut out the pronouns at the bottom of the page, read the sentences provided, and paste the pronouns on top of the nouns they match up with.
Page 5: Which One?- Children read each sentence and color the correct pronoun in the sentence.
Page 6: Pronouns, Penguins, and Hearts- Children color each matching pronoun pair using the same color.
Pages 7 and 8: I Spy Pronouns- Children read a story, highlight the pronouns using a color code, count how many times they found each pronoun, and graph the results.
Pages 9 and 10: Color It, Count It, and Graph It- Children color each pronoun following a color code, count the number of times they colored each pronoun, and graph the results.
Page 11: Tic, Tac, Toe-Building Fluency with Pronouns- This fluency game is played like the popular Tic, Tac, Toe game, but the children must read the sentence in each box before marking the square. (This game can also be laminated and used with dry erase markers.)
Page 12: Stamp the Pronouns- Children read the list of pronouns provided and stamp the pronouns in the boxes. (If you don’t have stampers, you can have your students rainbow write the words instead.)
Pages 13: Find My Words- Children write the pronouns provided in the grid and make a word find for a friend to solve.
Page 14: Find My Words- Children write the pronouns provided in the grid and make a word find for a friend to solve.
Pages 15, 16, and 17: Build and Paste- Children cut out the letters on page 16 (upper case letters) or page 17 (lower case letters), build the pronouns with the letters, and paste them in the boxes.
Page 18: Credits
These fun activities are interesting and engaging for your little ones. They work very well during guided reading. Theses activities are great for morning work, too!
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