Pronoun Train Activity - He, She, They, His, Her, Their

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The Speech Meadow
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PreK - 1st
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  1. Work on categorization, negation, understanding synonyms, work on understanding and using prepositions with this collection of activities. These products are a great addition to any transportation themes. Many of these activities can be used as independent work and others can be used in small grou
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Pronouns can be difficulty for young children with language delays. The interactive activities can target he, she, they, his, her, and their as people get on and off a train. This pronoun activity is great for preschool up to grade one students. You can play with it in one-on-one settings and can be easily adapted for small group activities.

You can easily adapt this activity to fit your and your student's needs. You can choose how many passenger cars to use to make the activity longer or shorter. As well there are more passengers than seats. Have the children talk about what the left over passengers should do. Also talk about where the people on the train are going.

Potential goals:

  1. Understand or use personal pronouns (he, she, they)
  2. Understand or use possessive pronouns (his, her, their)
  3. Following directions
  4. Increase sentence length
  5. Understanding or using first, second, last, middle, front, back.

To play have the child pick out a “window” and have them tell you who is going on the train, (e.g. "He is going on the train.") Sentence strips are available if needed. You can play ticket agent have them give out tickets (possessive pronouns). E.g. "He has his ticket."

What's Included:

  • Red Engine (1)
  • Red Caboose (1)
  • Passenger cars various colours (6)
  • “he” passenger windows (12)
  • “she” passenger windows (12)
  • “they” passenger windows (12)
  • Train tickets (40)
  • Sentence strips (e.g., "(They) are on the (green) passenger car." "(He) is on the train." " (She) has (her) ticket.")

To Make: Print off on card stock, laminate (optional), and cut everything out.


What SLPs like you are saying:

Kids love this - it's trains!!!!! You can sign "Down by the Station" or "I like riding in my train" and put the people in - then talking about the people. - Buyer

Oh my goodness has this activity been LOVED! I laminated it all and made it so each train car can be attached with little velcro dots, so I can make the train as long or as short as table/group needs. This works well for pronoun goals, sentence writing goals, descriptive words goals, wh- questions, etc. The list goes on and on! - Buyer


Hop On! is a part of a vehicles bundle. The Vehicles Bundle is 20% off the cost of the six resources included. Thanks so much for viewing HOP ON! Pronoun Train. The children I work with love it and I hope yours will as well. Please feel free to send me any comments or feedback you may have.

Collette from The Speech Meadow

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