Our printable pronouns worksheets with answers will take the fledgling grammarians in grade 1 through grade 6 on a life-defining pronoun tour! To put it simply, a pronoun is a word that can replace a noun in a sentence. Work toward impeccable pronoun-expertise using exercises like identifying pronouns, telling pronouns from non-pronouns, sorting pronouns into different types, rewriting sentences replacing nouns with pronouns, and more. Take a peek at our free pronouns worksheet pdf and come back for more!
Here's a fun pronoun coloring activity for kids in 1st grade. Direct kids to read the words, distinguish them as pronouns and not pronouns, and color the two types using the color key provided.
Keep the pronoun aspect of your English in tip-top shape with this printable pronoun chart! Learn which pronouns to use when referring to a girl, boy, animal, and a group in four different ways.
Exciting and impossible not to master, pronouns are a splendid grammatical treasure! Task children in 2nd grade and 3rd grade with identifying and circling pronouns in a set of sentences.
Kids in grade 2 and grade 3 embrace subject and object pronouns with open arms in this part of our printable pronoun worksheets! Complete each sentence with one of the pronouns given in parentheses.
The pronouns for "Mr. Kingston" and "Kim and I" are "he" and "we". The first is second-person singular male; the second is first-person plural. Replace the underlined nouns/noun phrases in the sentences with pronouns and rewrite the sentences.
Stacked with an array of pronouns, this worksheet helps children in grade 4 and grade 5 practice sorting pronouns into five different types: personal, possessive, reflexive, interrogative, and demonstrative pronouns.
Personal personals are perfect material for pronoun greenhorns to hone their practice with! Grab a plethora of exercises featured in these pronouns worksheets and get used to correctly using pronouns like I, you, me, and her.
Underneath words like "this" and "these" lies a desire to demonstrate the pronoun chops in a compelling way! Identify and use singular and plural and near and far demonstrative pronouns efficiently with this batch of worksheets on pronouns.
Recalibrate how you understand interrogative pronouns with a diverse, comprehensive set of pronouns worksheet pdfs! Now you can confidently ask questions using words like "who" and "whose".
Continue to keep your nose to the grindstone until "yours" is nothing short of mastery in pronouns! Our pronoun exercises give you a head-start learning pronouns that denote possession.
Let nothing hinder your quest for excellence in using pronouns like "something" and "everyone". Never before have the young students of 3rd and 4th grade looked so full of enthusiasm upgrading their pronoun skills.
With these pronoun exercises around, children's task of emphasizing or referring back to the subject of a sentence become easier than ever! Explore the full gamut offered in these pronouns practice pdfs!
Relative pronouns, hands down, are a cut above the rest of the pronouns. Children in 5th grade and 6th grade become familiar with how to combine multiple sentences into one using one of the appropriate relative pronouns and more.