In this Turtle Diary game students take the information they learned in previous games and practice identifying object pronouns. An object pronoun takes the place of an object of a sentence. The object pronoun is usually in the middle or end of a sentence, after the verb and is who or what receives the action. Students read each sentence as they appear on the screen and select the object pronoun by clicking on the word. Students receive immediate audible feedback. The feedback is used to determine if the student should replay the game until achieving 100 percent accuracy or move on to the next game.