Streamline your writing with the pronoun worksheets for grade 1 through grade 4 and make your language less repetitive. Introduce pronouns with vibrant charts, point at things with demonstrative pronouns, ask questions with interrogative pronouns, show possession with possessives, replace nouns with personal pronouns, distinguish between subject and object pronouns, talk about things in general with indefinite pronouns, refer to the subject or object with reflexives and combine sentences with relative pronouns.
Frequently used pronouns for male, female, animals, objects and groups are listed in the basic chart. Understand the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person singular and plural pronouns and learn the eight types of pronouns as well.
Replace Nouns with Pronouns
Read each sentence and replace the underlined nouns with appropriate pronouns. Featured in these worksheets is the definition of a pronoun along with examples of pronouns for better comprehension.
Demonstrative Pronouns CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.L.1.1.H
Choose the correct Demonstrative Pronoun
Observe the length of the arrow mark that indicates the distance and plug in the correct demonstrative pronoun from the word box. This and That are used for singular while These and Those are used for plural.
Interrogative Pronouns CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.L.1.1
Interrogative Pronoun | MCQ
Interrogative pronoun as the name suggests, is used to ask questions. Figure out the interrogative pronoun that best fits each sentence to complete this batch of engaging worksheets.
Personal Pronouns CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.L.1.1.D
Check the correct Personal Pronoun
Illustrated in this unit are the images of nouns along with two personal pronouns. Read through the basic chart as a prerequisite. Check the correct pronoun that could be used instead of the illustrated noun.
Possessive Pronouns CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.L.1.1.D
Possessive Pronouns | Cut and Paste
A possessive pronoun shows ownership or possession. Snip the possessive pronoun word cards from the bottom of the page and glue them to complete the sentences.
Fill in the blanks with Possessive Pronouns
Learn to use simpler possessive pronouns in your everyday speech and writing with these worksheets. Read each sentence and represent ownership using the possessive pronoun that best fits.
Indefinite Pronouns CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.L.1.1.D
Identify the Indefinite Pronouns
Familiarize kids with indefinite pronouns that refer to one or more unspecified objects, beings, or places. Identify and circle the pronouns in each sentence of this unit.
Fill in the blanks with Indefinite Pronouns
Recapitulate indefinite pronouns with this alternative exercise. Instruct kids to complete the sentences with appropriate indefinite pronouns that include partitives, universals and quantifiers.
Complete the passage with Indefinite Pronouns
Read the passage that has a few blanks. Plug in the indefinite pronouns like somebody, something, anything, many from the word box and complete the passage to review indefinite pronouns.
Reflexive Pronouns CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.L.2.1.C
Circle the Reflexive Pronouns
Each personal pronoun has its own reflexive form and ends in -self or -selves. They are used when the subject and the object of the sentence are the same. Circle the reflexive pronouns in the given sentences.
Complete the sentences with Reflexive Pronouns
Reaffirm the usage of reflexive pronouns with this compilation of worksheets. Complete the sentences with appropriate reflexive pronouns like myself, yourself, himself to mention a few.
Relative Pronouns CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.L.4.1.A
Complete the sentences with Relative Pronouns
A relative pronoun is used to connect a clause or phrase to a noun or pronoun. The clause modifies, or describes, the noun. Plug in the most common relative pronouns to complete the sentences.
Combine sentences with Relative Pronouns
Use relative pronouns who and whom for people, whose for possession, which for things and that for things and people. Combine two sentences using apt relative pronouns based on the purpose they serve.