Fall Into Pronouns: Subject, Object, and Possessive Pronouns

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Speech Therapy, Activities, Language

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Description

This fall-themed activity will leave children asking for s’more time at speech therapy! Using a versatile set of flashcards and an icon board, this activity uniquely targets the following subject, object, and possessive pronouns:

  • Subject Pronouns: he, she, they
  • Object Pronouns: him, her, them
  • Possessive Pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, theirs

How to Prepare?

  • Print on heavy cardstock or laminate for durability
  • Print pages 3-9 and cut out all icons and flashcards
  • Create the icon board using construction paper and three velcro strips
  • Add velcro to the square on each flashcard

How to Use?

Follow the provided instructions for each activity. See below for an inside look at our activity targeting subject pronouns!

Lay the icon board and flashcards #4 – #6 out on a table.

Sing the following song to the tune of, “Wheels on the Bus.”

When it’s fall they go on walks

Go on walks go on walks

When it’s fall they go on walks

All through the town

When it’s fall they go on walks

Go on walks go on walks

When it’s fall they go on walks

They find things all around.

Point to an icon and continue by saying, “Show me they found a ______.” Model yourself adding the icon to the correct flashcard and then prompt your client to do the same.

Reviews

  1. 5 out of 5

    A great fall activity to do with my kiddos! They loved it! A great resource for targeting subject, object, and possessive pronouns! I would definitely recommend!

  2. 5 out of 5

    I really liked how this activity targeted Possessive Pronouns! Also the fall song was so creative and fun.

  3. 5 out of 5

    I loved how simple this activity was to create but also how functional it is. I like the idea of incorporating a song into the activity to make it even more fun!

  4. 5 out of 5

    My kiddos loved singing the fun song and interacting with the picnic friends! Great recommendations included within for clinicians.

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