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Requesting with Pronouns Worksheet and Speech Therapy Activity Special Education


Looking for pronouns worksheets or requesting activities for speech therapy and special education students? Build language skills with this Requesting with pronouns communication activity for early learners. This expressive language requesting activity teaches expressing needs and wants using a pronoun. Great for communication and ABA or preschool language requesting and manding in a FUN and inclusive way!

Why this?
✔️ EASY activities to teach requesting using pronouns! Teaches how to ask for needs and wants using verbal or symbol language (PECS™).
✔️ Works on first words through reinforcement
✔️ Fosters communication skills and independence
✔️ Fun way to learn to get needs met
✔️ Great for young students or those with diverse needs


  • Digital links to Boom™, Slides™, and Easel™ activities with 59 slides
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    • Situations are presented like someone saying, “Andi is hungry,” and the student requests using a pronoun (e.g., “Can I have a snack?”). 
    • Two levels to choose from: 7 pronouns (5 slides each) and 20 scenarios with 20 different pronouns. 
    • Level 1:  I, you, we, he, she, it, they
    • Level 2: I, you, we, he, she, it, they, me, us, them, my, your, his, her, our, their, mine, yours, hers, ours 
  • Printable PDF 
    • 2 Adaptive books, flipbook: 2 books, each 16 pages (prints 2-to-a-page) with a sentence with a missing pronoun (I, you, he, she, we, they, it). Comes in color and black-and-white (can be used as worksheets!). — 45 pages
    • Printable flashcards (23 words, print 4-to-a-page): I, me, my, mine, you, your, yours, he, his, him, she, her, hers, they, them, their, theirs, we, us, our, ours, it, its — 16 pages
    • Printable icons (for symbol language) 20 pronouns: — 2 pages
    • One flipbook Core Board with icons to use as communication boards (14 pages)
    • Simple printable data collection page plus graph; two levels to choose from that break down instruction for differentiation


Don’t miss these resources for more language activities!
✔️ Preschool IEP Goal Bank (bestselling item!)
✔️ Requesting with Adjectives
✔️ Ask and Answer flipbooks
✔️ Matching Identical Pictures Adaptive Books

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