Goal: Produce Possessive 's in Response to Questions
Download the No-Prep Therapy Kit:
We have a start-to-finish therapy kit that will give you everything you need to practice this skill in therapy and send home homework. Click the packet below to open it. Then, print it out and place it in the child’s notebook or binder.
- Using the Possessive ‘s in Short Phrases: Client will correctly use the possessive ‘s in a short phrase (Carrie’s ball) with modeling and prompting from the clinician with at least 80% accuracy.
- Using the Possessive ‘s in Sentences: Client will use the possessive ‘s in carrier sentences when describing pictures (I see Carrie’s ball) with modeling and prompting from the clinician with at least 80% accuracy.
- Using the Possessive ‘s in Response to a Question: Client will produce the possessive ‘s in a full sentence to indicate possession in response to a question (such as “whose ball is this?”) with at least 80% accuracy.
- Once the client has mastered using the possessive ‘s in response to your questions, encourage all adults in the client’s life to remind him/her when he/she forgets to add the possessive ‘s in regular conversation.
Here are some other resources that may help you when working on this skill:
Need another worksheet for addressing this? This one was originally designed for “his” and “her”, but if you give each child on the page a name, you can use the possessive ‘s instead.