Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Pronouns, pronouns and more pronouns

I have been looking at the daunting list of pronouns to remember this year.  It's nothing short of intimidating!  To help give a "clue" and create some visual association for the kids to remember the list by, I've made a pronoun helps visual clue sheet.   I hope it helps kick in that memory so they can remember which type of pronouns go to which!!   Ok - maybe this is for me and not my kid!  LOL


Another really great resource for teaching the pronouns this year is Mine, All Mine by Ruth Heller.

117972: Mine, All Mine: A Book About Pronouns

By Ruth Heller / Putnam Juvenile

Mine, All Mine What's a pronoun? How do you use it? Do you say "These candies are for him and me"-or "he and I? In this addition to her acclaimed language series, using rhythmic verse and stunningly rich illustrations, Ruth Heller shows young readers how playful language can really be.

A FREE fun resource for teaching Pronouns in greater detail to your smaller ones is available FREE at Teacher's Pay Teachers:

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1 comment:

  1. I am definitely going to look at those resources...thanks for sharing! Grammar is my worst subject. Honestly because I was not taught it at all. I'm going to be learning right along with my kids!