Monday, December 31, 2012

Sweet Valentine's Day Pronouns HE, SHE, THEY, HIM, HER, HIS, HERS, THEIRS

Pronouns, pronouns, pronouns! We know that many of you have liked and used a lot of our past pronoun documents. That made us want to make a new Valentine's themed packet. We hope you find it sweet and useful! We appreciate all of our teacher and therapist buyers so very much. Sending out love to you all!

Contents and Directions For Valentine's Day Pronouns Packet:
Pages 3 - 5: Circle the he, she or they pictures.
Pages 6 & 7: Draw a line to the correct he , she or they pronoun.
Pages 8 & 9: Sort the he and she pictures and glue them on the sorting mat .
Page 10: Listen to the he and she sentences and than draw a line to the matching picture.
Page 11: Write in the missing pronoun. Use he, she or they.
Pages 12: Look at the picture and circle him or her to match the picture.
Pages 13 - 15: Cut and glue the correct Valentine’s Day present next to the boy or girl to work on the pronouns of him or her.
Page 16: Write in his, hers, or theirs, to finish the sentence.
Pages 17-20: Cut out Valentine’s Day gifts and glue them onto the heart after listening to15 different sentences that have pronouns. Fill in missing pronouns when needed. Pronouns used include: he, she, him, her, his, hers, and theirs.
Pages 21-23: Valentine’s Day Bingo using the pronouns of it, she, he, him, her, and they.
Pages 24-26: Color the Valentine’s Day pictures as you repeat sentences with his, hers, and theirs.
Pages 27-29: Cut out and reassemble the puzzles with he, she, they, his, and hers.
Pages 30-31: Trace the he,she, his, hers, they and theirs words.
Page 32: Pronoun cards for matching/go fish.
Page 33: Pronoun explanation page.

What is a pronoun?
A pronoun is a word that is often used to replace a noun. 
For example, the sentence, Jason is a fireman, can be changed to: He is a fireman.
What is a noun?
A noun is a person, place or thing.  In the above example the person is replaced by a pronoun.
Personal pronouns come in two different groups:
 Subjective personal pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, they.
  They are used when the pronoun is used as the subject of a sentence. 
  For example, It is a desk.  You are learning about pronouns. They love jumping.
Objective personal pronouns: me, you, him, her, it, us, them.
  They are used when the pronoun is used as the object of a sentence. 
  For example, Do you come here often? We will have to explain the problem to them.
Possessive pronouns indicate who or what something belongs to. 
  There are seven different possessive pronouns. mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs.
  For example, This book is mine.  Your hot chocolate is on the counter.
first person (I, me, you) (e.g., I want you).  Usually learned at the age of 2 - 3 years
gender (he, she, they) (e.g., She is happy).  Usually learned at the age of 2 ½ - 4 years
possessive (his, hers, theirs) (e.g., That's his dog).  Usually learned at the age of  4- 4 ½ years
object (him, her, them) (e.g., Go and see him).  Usually learned at the age of  3 - 4 years.

Sincerely, Manda & Shanda, SLP's


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