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Feb 02

Parts of Speech ~ Pronouns

 

Ten Ideas for Teaching Pronouns

 

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#1 Posters

 Download a free pronoun poster or banner at Teaching Ideas.

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#2 Printables from Brian Cleary

 

Pictures and Posters from Brian Clearly

 

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#3 More Posters

 Click on the image to download a pdf version of the posters.

Free Printable Pronoun Posters

  

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#4 Play Ball! A Pronoun Lesson

 Check out this lesson from Education World.

Pronoun Lesson

 

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#5 Teaching Pronouns with Picture Books

Using Picture Books to Teach Pronouns

 

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#6 YouTube Videos

YouTube has a number of videos on pronouns. Try “Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla” from Schoolhouse Rock.

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#7 Printable Practice Pages

Here are a few links to help you find lessons and practice pages:

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#8 Online Games

 

Pronoun Reef

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#9 Brain Pop 

BrainPop is always a hit with students. Here’s the link to the pronoun page:

Personal Pronouns on BrainPop

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#10 Bag Game

Play the Bag Game: Learn Parts of Speech

At this site, instructions are provided for a game activity in which students build sentences from words they have drawn from paper lunch bags.

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If you need additional materials to teach pronouns, you may want to take a look at Interactive Grammar Organizers.

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Interactive Grammar Organizers

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If you liked this post, you might also enjoy the following:

Nouns

Verbs

Adjectives

Adverbs

Interjections

Conjunctions

Prepositions

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1 comment

  1. Teresa

    I am so impressed with all of your work. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I know my students will benefit from everything.

    Teresa

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