If you like our lite version of this activity, you’ll LOVE this full version. Opportunities to practice personal pronouns abound! Use who-questions to prompt for pronoun use (e.g. “Who wants pizza?”...”he/she/they do.") Pair with pretend play and vary your prompting to get at a variety of pronoun targets (e.g. “Who should we order pizza for?” …”we should order pizza for him/her/them”).
CLINICAL TARGET MASH-UP: In addition to pronoun practice, we see ample opportunity to build knowledge of food vocabulary through expressive and receptive tasks. Have fun engaging in a “guessing game” with your clients by taking turns providing clues about what foods you may be hungry for. Discover shared tastes for practice with “We like..”!
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