Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals

Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals
Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals
Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals
Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals
Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals
Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals
Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals
Subject vs. Object Pronoun Visuals
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"Me want to play!" "Us went to the park." "Her is my mom."

Do you have any students on your caseload who sounds like this? I sure do! I created these simple visuals as a way to cue my students to use the subject pronoun when beginning sentences. Use in conjunction with any pronoun practice materials to scaffold correct sentence structure.

These visuals are also great for parents and teachers to use for generalization.

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-1/2 page cards with and without example sentences
-1/4 page cards with and without example sentences
-1/10 page cards without example sentences

When using these visuals with my students, I typically start with the bigger cards and progress to the smaller ones. This technique fades the salience of the cue as students gain mastery of the skill.
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