Check out the quality and style of our materials with this free activity targeting personal pronouns. We suggest using who-questions to prompt for pronoun use (e.g. “Who wants apples?”...”He does!”) 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 them!”).
CLINICAL TARGET MASH-UP: As with many of our products, we see opportunities to embed a variety of clinical targets into this activity. 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..”!
If this lite snack leaves you hungry for more, check out Hungry Pronouns!, the full activity made up of over 80 slides jam-packed with personal pronoun practice.