“Give it to him. Wave to her.”
English pronouns are notoriously difficult to master, especially for people learning English as an additional language and people with language or learning disorders. Consider these examples:
He gave the ball to her.
She gave the present to him.
“Him” and “her” are used when the person is the object of the sentence. (“He” and “she” are used when the person is the subject of the sentence.) Typically developing children start using “him” and “her” at around 41-46 months of age. However, many people need some extra practice to understand and to use the pronouns correctly.
This 22-page no-preparation pack is designed to give people lots of structured, focused practice on “him” and “her”. Pictures and words are used to support comprehension of the terms, and to scaffold the use of “him” and “her” in simple sentences.