Direct and Indirect Objects Worksheets
Direct and indirect objects are nouns or noun phrases that constitute the predicate part of the sentence. Objects can affect the structure of a sentence i.e., the way we build a sentence hence, a focused practice is required to use them appropriately. For instance, "Anna bought a hat.", and "Anna bought her friend a hat.", the first sentence has just a direct object "hat", while the second sentence has "her friend" an indirect object, and "hat" a direct object. Our printable set of IO/DO worksheets aims to develop in children the ability to pick out direct objects, compound direct objects, and indirect objects in sentences that are full of lively contexts good enough to hold the interest and enthusiasm of kids throughout.
These worksheets are designed for students of grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6.
Let's get children to recognize direct objects or the receiver of the action performed by the subject in the sentences, included in this free pdf finding direct objects worksheet.
This printable worksheet on finding indirect objects in sentences ensures that children of 4th grade and 5th grade gain sufficient practice in identifying indirect objects.
Children begin to easily tell the difference between the two types of objects with this free pdf containing sentences with both direct and indirect objects. Circle the indirect object and underline the direct object are the two things children are expected to do here.
When two or more objects receive the action performed by the subject, we call them compound direct objects. Give this printable worksheet to children of 5th grade and 6th grade to practice these better.