This homework is a great addition to a lesson on Object Pronouns. The pictures are used to help kids form sentences using "him," "her," and "them" by giving various objects to them. For instance "I am giving the apple to her." There is also a fill in the blank for "him" and "her," accompanied with a picture to help form the sentence. This is a quick activity that can be used in the therapy room or at home for carryover. It is essential that they practice using these forms aloud while completing this activity for speech purposes. I hope you enjoy it.
Sentence completion activity with 24 pictures to elicit object pronouns “him” and “her.”
 Object pronoun homework sheets targeting “him” or “her” with pictures to cut out and paste
Description- students give items to either Sally, Nicole, Sam or Mike while forming sentences using “him” or “her.”
Object pronoun homework targeting “them”
Description- students give items to the children while forming sentences using them.
Following directions activity
Description- students give items to Sally or Sam by following directions with object pronouns “him” or “her.”
Examples using him, her, and them targets in sentences are provided for each activity
1. Print the slides single-sided and send for homework and/ or use in therapy
Optional: Laminate and cut out sentence completion cards for multiple use and to address other speech targets.
Optional: Laminate following directions activity and pictures for multiple use.
Tips and Additional Speech Targets:
1. Choose pictures provided or use your own pictures based on other speech targets such as articulation or vocabulary.
2. Use one object pronoun homework sheet in therapy and send the other home.
3. Pronouns “he,” “she” and “they” may also be worked on by having the student point to the correct picture. - (e.g., Point to “He is eating.”)
4. Have students answer WH questions about the pictures.
“Who” questions (e.g., “Who is eating?” Who gets the apple?”)
“What” questions (e.g., “What are they doing?” “What are you giving him?).
“Where” questions (e.g., “Where do you eat lunch, play soccer, swim..? “Where are they?”).
5. Take advantage of the following directions activity by having students follow single or multistep directions, and more complex directions; for example, “Give Sally two toys and an apple.”
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