Pronoun visual cues with home practice

Pronoun visual cues with home practice
Pronoun visual cues with home practice
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Visual Cues!!

Cut out these pronoun sentence starters glue them to different colored card stock, laminate, and presto! You're very own, easy to use sentence starters for pronouns!

I use these with my students who are having difficulty discriminating between he/she/they and who are working on auxiliary verbs in complete sentences. The picture symbols above the words, as well as different colored backgrounds (card stock) further help the children discriminate between different pronouns.

Use with verb cards! I use my sentence starters with verb cards by asking my students first to identify if it is a boy or a girl and then ask: "What is the boy/girl doing?"

*I've also included a pronoun homework I created using Boardmaker that can be used either during therapy sessions or sent home for practice!

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