ronouns
Language-Loaded Books:
Pronoun: HeFidgety FishGalloway, R.
Pronoun: HeHow Do Dinosaurs… Series   Yolen, J. & Teague, M.
Pronoun: HeIf You Give a Moose a Muffin    Numeroff, L.
Pronoun: HeIf You Give a Mouse a Cookie     Numeroff, L.
Pronoun: HeIf You Take a Mouse to the Movies  Numeroff, L. 
Pronoun: HeThe Snowman    Briggs, R.
Pronoun: HeThe Very Hungry Caterpillar     Carle, E.

Pronoun: IBrown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?  Martin, B. & Carle, E.
Pronoun: IFrom Head to Toe     Carle, E.
Pronoun: II Went Walking Williams, S.
Pronoun: ILittle Critter Series Mayer, M.
Pronoun: ILittle Red Hen    Scholastic
Pronoun: ISilly Suzy GooseHoracek, P.
Pronoun: IThe Daddy Mountain Feifer, J.
Pronoun: IWho’s Hiding in the Jungle?  Tarbett, D.
Pronoun: IWho’s Hiding on the Farm?    Tarbett, D.
Pronoun: IWho’s Hiding Under the Sea?Tarbett, D.
Pronoun: IWho’s Peeking     Reasoner, C.
Pronoun: IWho’s There?     Reasoner, C.

Pronoun: SheGoosie     Dunrea, O.
Pronoun: SheHave You Got My Purr?    West, J.
Pronoun: SheIf You Give a Pig a Pancake     Numeroff, L.
Pronoun: SheIf You Give a Pig a Party  Numeroff, L.
Pronoun: SheKitten Up a Tree  Kanao, K.
Pronoun: SheSilly Sally     Wood, A.
Pronoun: SheThere was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly   Child’s Play
Pronoun: SheThere was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie   Jackson, A.
Pronoun: SheThere was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a ShellColoandro, L.

Pronoun: TheyTen in the Bed    Cabrera, J.
Pronoun: TheyWhen Cows Come Home For ChristmasChaconas, D.
Pronoun: TheyWhen Cows Come Home   Chaconas, D.

Pronoun: WeWe’re Going on a Bear Hunt     Rosen, M. & Dxenbury H.



Activities:
  He
  • After reading "The Little Gingerbread Boy", make gingerbread boys from scented play dough. Let the children request various items for their gingerbread boys by saying "He, needs eyes" or "He needs buttons."
   She
  • After reading "The Little Gingerbread Boy", make gingerbread girls from scented play dough. Let the children request various items for their gingerbread girls by saying "She, needs eyes" or "She needs buttons."
  They
  • Make a "They" book.  Take pictures of children completing various tasks and label the pictures.    ie: "They are reading."  
   We
  • Separate the children into groups of two or more.  Let each group pick an action to perform  (sleeping, walking, riding a bike, etc).  Let each group describe the action after the performance, "We were reading!"
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