Between 35 and 40 months of age, most children start to understand and to use “his” and “her” in sentences. But some don’t, including many children with developmental language disorders, some children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and some children who are learning English as an additional language.
This 59-page resource is designed to help children understand and use “his” and “her” in short sentences. The resource opens with high intensity sentence drills to practice “his” and “her” in sentences. To consolidate the targets, it includes a short bingo game. The resource features pictures and words and is suitable for children and adults of any age.