Pronouns are an integral part of our everyday English language to identify or refer to someone or something. However, they can actually be challenging to use as they must match the number, gender, and point of view of the nouns that they are replacing. That's where an extensive practice as provided by our printable worksheets on pronouns comes handy. Our all-encompassing free collection includes definitions, examples, and exercises for the different types of pronouns for the benefit of students.
These worksheets are specially designed for students of grade 1 through grade 5.
CCSS: L.1.1, L.1.1.D, L.1.1.H, L.2.1.C, L.3.1.A, L.4.1.A
Have young students introduce themselves to basic pronouns and know the nouns they represent with this easy-to-practice matching pdf worksheet.
Precisely as the name implies, a subject pronoun replaces a noun, as the subject of the sentence. Let first grade children practice with these printable subject pronoun worksheet.
Our free worksheet here focuses on the object pronouns, which function as the receiver of the action in a sentence. It's time for our children of grade 1 and grade 2 to put their understanding of these pronouns into action!
Personal pronouns can function as nouns or noun phrases. Get to know more about the words: she, he, it, or they, with this enjoyable pdf worksheet that involves an activity too.
Have your first grade and second grade students been confusing some of the possessive pronouns that demonstrate ownership or show possession with contractions that are similar-looking? Bring all confusion to an end with this printable worksheet.
Are you in search of some targeted practice printable exercise to get children of grade 1 and grade 2 to use the four demonstrative pronouns appropriately? Look no further and trust this free pdf worksheet to do the rest!
How can we imagine asking our favorite question, "What is your name?" had it not been for the Interrogative pronouns? Get to practice these question words more with our free worksheet.
How do we refer to persons or things that we cannot or don't need to identify specifically? We use the indefinite pronouns! Let third grade and fourth grade children reiterate indefinite pronouns with our pdf worksheet.
Our printable exercise on reflexive pronouns will adequately aid grade 2 and grade 3 children in using these pronouns that end in -self or -selves better.
We use relative pronouns to provide additional information about the noun in the sentence. Children of third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade must work through this pdf worksheet to acquire a better understanding of these pronouns.