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Pronoun Development Chart *Freebie*

If you are like me and need a little chart for classifying pronouns and understanding which order children usually develop them, then this handy bookmark is for you! You will find the type of pronoun (e.g. possessive, demonstrative, objective etc.) and then specific pronouns within each classification (e.g. mine/ours are possessive pronouns).

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Free Download from my TPT store

HOW DO I USE IT?

Language Sampling: This is handy for language sampling as you can check off what range of pronouns your child is using. It can make for easy identification about what types of pronouns the child has developed and aid in future therapy planning.

Therapy: A small reminder for the types of pronouns I might use for modeling and recasting. I am a visual person and I find that if I have my plan or language that I want to use in front of me, then I am a more effective therapist.

For families: Parents have commented on how simple and easy this bookmark is for them to use at home when working on pronouns. In therapy we will both have our own bookmark for stimulating and teaching pronouns.

COMMON CORE STANDARDS

  • L.1.1.d Use personal, possessive, and indefinite pronouns (e.g., I, me, my; they, them, their, anyone, everything
  • L.2.1.c Use reflexive pronouns (e.g., myself, ourselves).
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6 thoughts on “Pronoun Development Chart *Freebie*

  1. I love your website resources!
    I’m the President of the Nova Scotia Aphasia Association and I have aphasia.
    I met a man who has aphasia (starting of dementia)…his first language is arabic, second french and third english.
    Do you know SLP that might help him in arabic? And, do you have arabic sounds or naming cards?
    Thank-you,
    Judy

    1. Hi Judy,

      I’m sorry but I don’t have personal contacts who speak Arabic. I’m not sure if you have considered using an interpreter or considered training and working with a family member that is proficient in Arabic to help you. It might be useful to reach out to his family and try to search the web together for appropriate resources. There may even be internationally based SLPs that do therapy through Skype or on the telephone.
      If you do find information that may benefit others, I would be happy to include it on the site.

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