Correct use of pronouns is sometimes difficult for students with language disorders. While practice in context, in conversations, is the best way to work on those skills, sometimes discrete, individual trials can reinforce skills students are mastering.
Here is another in my collection of language cards that can be used as task cards in class or intervention sessions, or to send home for practice there. They make great game cards, too. By using different resources in my card collection, each student can be working on their individual target skill during a fun game activity.
In this resource you will find:
24 different cards for practicing possessives, plus 4 that have picture cues for multiple choice answers,
20 different cards for pronouns practice, plus 8 that have picture cues for multiple choice answers,
a page of pronoun and possessive SymbolStix to use for students who need the visual cues or communication symbols
answer forms and student response forms,
a game board and spinner.
Some cards are multiple choice, some are fill in the blank, and some require two responses.
Picture cues are SymbolStix from www.news2you.n2y.com
I have more pronoun practice HERE
Other resources in my language card set include: categories, synonyms, antonyms, multiple meaning words, plural nouns, verb tense, prepositions. I also have two sets of task or game cards with mixed targets, and a set of 11 different game boards. You should be able to find something to fit your students’ needs through the year.
Or, for a money-saving bundle of game/task cards for language, see Here
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