FOR ELICITING PRONOUNS
Read books that incorporate I in simple, repetitive phrases as in Brown
Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?
Make a book about your child. Have him/her complete, then retell, sentences
like, I am a boy/girl. I am __ years old. I have ____ hair. I have
____ eyes. I like to eat ____.
Describe pictures in a photo album (e.g. Its my birthday. I am
blowing out my candles.)
Model functional phrases like I want, I need, I got, I have, I can, I
do, I see, I like
during daily routines.
Ask questions that require simple I responses like Who wants ice cream?
Play I Spy.
Provide visual cues that reinforce I use (e.g. the handsign for I,
the letter I).
Read He Bear, She Bear.
Model self-talk during play with action figures, dolls, and puppets (e.g.
"He is hungry. He is going to eat").
Make a collage of "he/she" action pictures cut from magazines.