Today, in therapy, I made an experience book for my six-year-old student. We’re working on possessive pronouns, so I made a bunch of pages with pictures of various people (just random people from a clip art) and various objects. We then matched the objects to the person by color. For example, I printed a picture of a little boy in a green shirt. We wrote “His favorite color is green. It’s his ______” (frog, celery, tree, leaf, etc.). Unbenknownst to him, however, I snuck in pictures of myself (so he could practice saying “your”) and my junior clinician (assigned to observe all of our sessions) (so he could practice saying “her”). I also put in a blank page where he could paste a picture of himself to practice saying “my“.