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Pronouns Receptive Identification Possessive pronouns speech therapy visuals


This receptive identification pronoun activity includes possessive pronouns for speech therapy plus visuals and supports any ABA therapist using the ABLLS assessment to target word structure and parts of speech for preschool language learners. 

Support your IEP goals and objectives tracking with this receptive identification activity for pronouns

Why this?
    — Learn the most common pronouns little ones need to know (e.g., he, she, theirs) in FUN, interactive ways!
    — Interactive Boom Cards™, Google Slides™ activities activities
    — Printable adaptive books, worksheets, flashcards, communication visuals
    — Audio Support: Ideal for early learners and non-readers
    — Easy Data Tracking: Printable sheets for effortless progress monitoring

Perfect for:
    — Special educators & ABA therapists
    — Speech-language pathologists
    — Parents supporting language development 


  • Digital links to Boom, Slides, and also Easel activity
    Boom playable previews CLICK HERE 
  • A printable teaching book all about pronouns, a great way to introduce to little learners what pronouns are in a fun way; learn about “you” and “he” and “they” in fun rhymes; comes in color, black-and-white, and a small version so students can color and take home! (23 pages)
  • Adaptive books: 3 interactive books divided into Subjective pronouns he/she/they, Objective pronouns his/her/their, and Possessive pronouns his/hers/theirs; Complete the simple sentence or phrase with the correct pronoun with the Boardmaker™ symbol; great for language learners! Comes in color to laminate, hook-n-loop, bind, b&w for single-use, and mini-books to send home (90 pages)
  • Worksheets: Find the correct symbols he/she/they; each page has a “he,” a “she,” and a “they” doing the same thing; the learner matches the correct symbol to the picture (4 pages)
  • Flashcards: Great for learning what the pronouns mean; examples that are clear and explicit; color and print 4-to-a-page (16 pages)
  • Full-size versions of the adaptive books in black-and-white that do not have the cut out pieces (these are just replicas of the small send-home books, but I include these in case you want a big size; I'm finding I like this big size! Maybe you'll want them, too!) 
  • Data collection sheets: data sheets plus graph to progress monitor (7 pages)
  • This resource also comes with 2 pages of extra ideas of activities to do to work on pronouns. They can be tricky to target, so I thought a few more ideas might be helpful!

Use in conjunction with your ABLLS-R® assessment available at

Don’t miss these resources for for data collection ideas
✔️ Preschool IEP Goal Bank (bestselling item!)
✔️ IEP Goals and Objectives BUNDLE
✔️ IEP Goal and Data Collection with Google Sheets
✔️Data Collection Forms BUNDLE


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