The following activity is meant to provide an explicit focus on pronoun practice. Print and laminate page 5 . Cut out the top boxes and the individual pictures (i.e. objects) at the bottom of the page.
Start the activity by having the student find one of the items (e.g. “She wants her cape.”) The student then finds the picture and gives it to the corresponding person (i.e. The woodcutter, grandma, or little red and her mother). The clinician and the student will take turns giving the items to the characters (e.g., “She wants her cape. They want their flower.”) The goal of this activity is to highlight the language targets of subjective and possessive pronouns. You will model and use sentences that contain both the subjective and objective pronouns. You are trying to teach the child the language rule and it will be highlighted by using the correct pronoun in both positions. You can even throw in some sentences expressing negatives (e.g. She doesn’t want the house, she wants her basket.”)
This activity is meant to be used as part of a larger narrative unit focusing on language skills. If you like this free sample, be sure to check out the larger narrative unit bundle in my store!