This activity will help your child practice switching pronouns for the words they stand for. It's similar to my Halloween and Thanksgiving pronoun activity. The difference is that this one asks them to tell the pronoun or the words that stand for the pronoun. It is based on similar questions that I have seen on national assessments for my 2nd grade class. There are 24 separate cards that can be easily used in a center, as a small group, or as a Scoot game.
It is made using DJ Inkers clip art . © www.djinkers.com.
Fonts also by Rowdy in Room 300
My DJ Inkers license number is 0812169314.