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.
Pronouns – Activities 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
- 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
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