This is a great activity for practicing he / she / they pronouns, for a child to differentiate the difference.
I use this in my speech therapy room with children with language delays, autism, and/or learning handicapped.
Decide which version you would like to use: the color-coded (blue/pink/yellow)
Version –or- the neutral color version. The neutral version was requested,
by a buyer. I thought it was a good idea, so I now include it.
You will need:
Paper, standard size, 8.5” x 11” (white) --- I use cardstock for reusable option.
Preparation and Use:
Print out packet.
Cut out squares of the he/she/they pictures.
Explain to the student the use of the pronouns “he,” “she,” and “they.”
Have the student sort and glue the pictures onto the worksheet into blank squares.
NOTE: To make this activity reusable, you can laminate the sheets
And Velcro pieces.
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