A pronoun bingo slideshow for use after notes or a lecture over subject, object, and possessive pronouns.
Have students get out a sheet of paper and tear it in half. On the top half, they will create a 5x5 grid and fill it in with the pronouns of their choice. These will be the bingo spaces. Students will tear the other half into small pieces to use as covers (if markers, highlighters, etc. are used, you can only play once per game board).
Read the sentences aloud so that students can hear the question as well as see it. Students will answer each question in the slideshow by placing a torn piece of paper over the space with the pronoun that they think fits.
Once a student covers 5 across, down, or diagonally, they can call bingo. Check to make sure their answers are correct and give a prize (in this case, I gave out 3 point passes to use on homework).
Keep playing until you answer all of the questions, and then start supplementing with your own sentences with a "pronoun gap." Take suggestion sentences from students as well.