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Most materials I've found clarify the difference between masculine and feminine pronouns, but not between the different pronoun categories (like subjective vs. objective pronouns). Thus I created this packet to help you teach the different kinds of pronouns and give your students opportunities to practice in context. After you have taught the pronouns, you can use the visual cues during any future activity for generalization!
Explanation of pronouns
Pronouns cheat sheet (boy, girl, "I," "you," "we," "they") with visuals
Worksheets for each pronoun category (Corresponding to children's books)
I have created the worksheets for each pronoun category to go along with children's books, but you do NOT need to use those books to utilize this resource. The books I recommend are:
Peter's Chair by Ezra Keats
Olivia by Ian Falconer
All By Myself by Mercer Mayer
The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
A Chair for My Mother by Vera Williams
They Were Strong and Good by Robert Lawson
I hope this is helpful for you! Let me know if you have any questions. :)