Pronoun and Noun Pounce Game
This game is a perfect game for a literacy center. 2 – 4 students can play at once. This game was designed so that students are able to practice differentiating between nouns and pronouns in a fun and challenging way. The directions page has a definition and examples of each.
First, the students must each pick a color paw print path. They can choose from blue, pink, green, and yellow. Second, they must place all the paw print cards face down on a table. Each card has a noun or a pronoun on it. Then, they take turns picking up one card at a time. They must try to pick up noun and pronoun cards in the same order as their path. They must follow the order on their specific path. If the first paw print has a “noun” written on it, they must pick up a noun to place on that space. If they pick up a pronoun, they must put that card back and wait for their next turn to try again. The first player that reaches the end of their paw print path wins!
My kids love this game and it enables them to practice differentiating between nouns and pronouns.
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