Teach pronoun use verbally and in writing! Teach use of auxiliary verbs is/are.
Print, laminate and cut out!
There are two “–ing Picture Cards” per page. You can keep two per page OR you can simply cut down the center of the page and the student will see one picture at a time.
Put the “-ing Word Cards” in stacks. You can clip them together with a binder clip or hold them together with an elastic.
Cut the sentence strips on the “Pick the words – Write the Sentence Page.”
The student can verbally label the verb on an “-ing Picture Card. Ask the student if the picture is of a boy or a girl, then ask which pronoun they should use for their sentence. The student then picks the pronoun card, the “is/are” card (this is another lesson) and then finds/matches the “-ing Word Card from 2 or three cards the adult presents. Then have the child say/read the sentence.
For a higher level task, you could have the student write out the sentence with a dry erase marker on a laminated “You Write It” Page!