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Speech Therapy -> Expressive Language -> Pronouns
Children with language delays often have difficulty with pronouns. 12-26 months: I, it 27-30 months: my, me, mine, you 31-34 months: your, she, he, yours, we 35-40 months: they, us, hers, his, them, her 41-46 months: its, our, him, myself, yourself, ours, their, theirs 47+ months: herself, himself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.
- Reflexive pronouns Short Story Practice 1
- Changing the Subject in a Sentence to a Subjective Pronoun Within Sentences 1
- Pronouns 1
- Subjective Pronouns: Runaway Squirrel Short Story 1
- Reflexive pronouns within Sentences 1
- Objective Pronouns: Kingdom short story 1
- Possessive Pronouns: Summer short story 1
- Possessive Pronouns within Sentences 1
- Objective Pronouns within Sentences 1
- Past Progressive Verbs in Sentences 1
- Third person singular in sentences 1
- Kiki's Holiday Breakfast - Fix/Create a Sentence 0
- Thanksgiving Grateful Choice Board and Worksheet - Sentence Strips, Questions, and Thought Starters 1
- Thanksgiving Grateful Choice Board and Worksheet - Vocabulary 1
- Kiki's Holiday Breakfast Sentence Strips and Questions 0
- Thanksgiving Sentence Strips, Questions, and Thought Starters 1
- Present Progressive Verbs in Sentences 2
- Thanksgiving Sentence Strip - Vocabulary 1
- Ignacio will correctly use pronouns during spontaneous conversation with 90% accuracy over 3 consecutive sessions to increase grammatically correct utterances. 2
- Ryan will correctly identify/respond to and progress to correctly using personal pronouns in simple phonemes with minimal cueing across 3 consecutive sessions with 90% accuracy to demonstrate improved skills in both expressive and receptive language. 2
- Josette will demonstrate understanding of pronouns (i.e. objective- you, him, her, me, us, them; subjective- I, you, he, she, it, we, they; possessive- mine, his, hers, ours, theirs) first receptively, then expressively, with 80% accuracy in 4/5 consecutive therapy sessions as measured by data collection to increase grammatical and expressive language skills. 5
- Maxima will receptively identify and expressively use correct pronouns, prepositions, superlatives, and future, present and past tense verbs with fading prompts to create grammatically correct sentences with 90% accuracy across 3 sessions. 6
- Chong will use three-word phonemes inclusive of pronouns: I, me, my, you in 3/4 opportunities across three therapy sessions when given moderate, multi-modality cues to demonstrate understanding of appropriate grammar. 3
- Justin will formulate complete, semantically and grammatically correct spoken phonemes of increasing length and complexity using given words and contextual constraints imposed by illustrations with 80% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions as measured by clinician observation and data collection to increase grammatical and expressive language skills. 2
- Bruce will understand and use age-appropriate morphological and syntactic markers including but not limited to pronouns, prepositions, comparatives/superlatives, and word-ordering, first through imitation, then spontaneously in words, phrases, and sentence, with 90% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions to improve language comprehension and expression. 4
- Ricki will orally label age-appropriate vocabulary words presented in objects and pictures, such as nouns and actions/verbs, and will use these target words accurately in a phrase or sentence with 90% accuracy across 3 therapy sessions, to expand expressive vocabulary skills to an age-appropriate level. 3
- Wally will correctly identify items/pictures when given verbs, prepositions, and/or pronouns as descriptors with minimal cueing across 3 consecutive sessions with 90% accuracy to increase receptive and expressive language skills. 2
- Shirleen will use age-appropriate morphology (i.e., plurals, attributes, possessives, helping verbs) to describe photos and create grammatically correct phonemes with 80% accuracy in 4/4 consecutive therapy sessions as measured by clinician data collection to increase grammatical and expressive language skills. 5
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Valentine’s Pronouns He Vs. She 3
Let’s practice pronouns He vs. She this Valentine’s Day
St. Patrick’s Day Sight Word Emergent Reader Coloring Book 1
A St. Patrick’s Day 9 page black and white sight words emergent reader book with bonus pronoun activities, vocabulary cards and coloring pages. .
Thanksgiving Pronoun Sort 1
A pronoun activity and worksheet with a Thanksgiving theme.Includes activity list
Valentine’s Day Pronoun Sort 2
A pronoun activity and worksheet with a Valentine’s Day theme.
Pronoun Visual Support 1
A visual support for he/she/they.
Pronouns Super Heroes 0
Pronouns (He/She/They) with Super Heroes- Who questions. Who has a red cape? Who has brown hair.
Christmas Pronoun Activity 1
A pronoun sorting activity and worksheet with a Christmas theme.
Thanksgiving Pronoun Cariboo Cards 1
40 Cariboo cards (two sets, one with words and one without words) with Thanksgiving related pronouns. Can also be used as small flash cards for other activities.
Possessive Adjectives: Sentence Completion and Creation 5
Abigail Willis CCC SLP
Sentence completion and creation task targeting possessive adjectives (his, her, their, my, our, your)
Easter Egg Sentence Strip With Vocabulary Cards 1
An Easter themed activity to target different goals. Pronoun sentence strips with other items. Great for emergent readers, imitation of grammatically correct sentences and vocabulary activities.
Easter Pronoun Sort and Worksheet 1
A pronoun activity and worksheet with an Easter theme.
St. Patrick’s Day Pronoun Sort and Worksheet 1
A pronoun activity and worksheet with a St. Patrick’s Day theme.
Valentine’s Day Sentence Strip 2
Valentine’s Day themed activity to target different goals. Pronoun sentence strips with other items.
Third Person Subjective Pronouns: Sentence Completion and Creation 3
Abigail Willis CCC SLP
A sentence completion and creation task targeting third person subjective pronouns
Possessive Pronouns: Sentence Completion and Creation 4
Abigail Willis CCC-SLP
Sentence completion and creation task targeting possessive pronouns.
Woodland Animals Sight Word Book 2
A sight word book for woodland animals.Includes activity list
Christmas Sight Word Book 1
Sight word coloring book and vocabulary activity.
Valentine’s Day Verb Cards 2
16 verb cards: big and small options available with 4 sentence strips to fit the small sizes.
More/Less Basic Concept Book In Black and White 1
A basic concepts book with 25 pages of all black and white more/less options, sentence strip/pronoun activities, worksheets and vocabulary cards.
/s/ Blends (mixed) With Has/have Pronouns (He, She, They, I) 0
Mixed /s/ blends with has/have and pronouns (He, She, They, I)
Pronoun Acquisition 1Author: TherapyWorks - As children develop language, they naturally make pronoun errors. These errors are often age-appropriate (and adorable). Some children will not fully master all pronouns until the age of 4. Pronouns typically develop in a predictable order. See the the pronoun acquisition chart below for the age ranges in which children typically develop pronouns.