Personal Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives Drawing Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Pronouns
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 6th Jan 2016

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Personal Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives Drawing Game

Set up
Together draw a picture of you, another student (or your teacher if there are no other 
students), a boy and a girl on the board or a piece of paper. If your teacher tells you to, 
also draw a cat. 

Stage 1: Possessive adjectives practice

Choose words from below and make sentences about one of the people as you draw that 
thing on or near that person, e.g. say 
“This is your television” as you draw a TV in front of 
the picture of your partner or say “
This is their homework” and draw an open notebook 
between the boy and the girl. You can only use each word below once at this stage.

her

bed

his

breakfast

its

home

my

homework

our

school

their

shower

your

TV

Continue speaking and drawing with your own ideas until your teacher stops you or one 
person gives up. You can use the words above or any other suitable words. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2016

Stage 2: Personal pronouns practice

Say sentences about things that people in the pictures do every day, first of all talking 
about the pictures which you drew earlier. Include a time in each sentence then write that 
time next to the right picture. For example, you could say “
I go home at 7:00” and write 
“7:00” on your house. Each time must be different, so you can’t say “7:00” again.    

Useful actions and personal pronouns

he

come(s)

I

cook(s)

it

do(es)

she

eat(s)

they

go(es) (to)

we

have/ has

you

leave(s)

Stage 3: Possessive adjectives and personal pronouns practice

Do the same thing but this talk about things which aren’t in the pictures yet and draw that 
thing before writing the time on it, e.g. say “
This is her coat. She puts her coat on at eight 
oh five”.  

Do the same, but about this time make sentences about other people like “Your dad…”
then draw those people doing that action and write a time on them. Each person, action 
and time must be different. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2016

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