Parts of Speech ~ Pronouns

Teaching Ideas and Free Resources to Teach Pronouns

Take some of the stress away from teaching endless rules for understanding pronouns with some of these fun hands-on activities. Use the posters as a classroom display for students to reference. Turn practice into game-like activities. Read fun books and play catchy songs. Finally, show videos that review rules. Your students will become experts in no time at all.

Posters

Posters to Help Teach Parts of Speech Rules

 

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Schoolhouse Rock

Pronouns – Activities on the Web

Pronouns - Activites on the Web

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

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

Picture Books that Help Teach Pronouns

Pronouns - Picture Books that Help Teach Parts of Speech

    • The Planet without Pronouns by Justin Mccory Martin and Justin Martin
    • I and You and Don’t Forget Who: What Is a Pronoun? by Brian P. Cleary and Brian Gable
    • Mine, All Mine: A Book about Pronouns by Ruth Heller
    • If You Were a Pronoun by Nancy Loewen and Sara Jean Gray

 

Pronouns Anchor Chart

Pronouns Blog Post with Free Printables

Prooun Teaching Ideas

 

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Interactive Grammar Organizers

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Gay Miller @ Book Units Teacher

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1 comment

    • Teresa on December 2, 2015 at 6:20 pm

    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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