Pronoun Worksheets

Our free, printable pronoun worksheets include definitions, examples, and exercises involving the different types of pronouns. Pronouns are used to replace nouns in a sentence. However, they must match the number, gender, and point of view of the nouns that they are replacing. That's where an extensive practice on pronouns, as provided by our worksheets, comes in handy.

These pronoun pdf worksheets are ideal for kids 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

Matching Nouns to Pronouns

Introduce kids to basic pronouns and know the nouns they represent with this easy-to-practice pronouns matching pdf worksheet.

Matching Nouns to Pronouns

Identifying Subject Pronouns

Let 1st grade children practice identifying a subject pronoun that replaces a noun as the subject of the sentence in this printable pronoun worksheet.

Identifying Subject Pronouns

Choosing Object Pronouns

It's time for the children of grade 1 and grade 2 to focus on object pronouns, which function as the receiver of the action in a sentence.

Choosing Object Pronouns

Replacing Nouns with Personal Pronouns

Personal pronouns can function as nouns or noun phrases. Get to know more about the words: she, he, it, or they, with this pronoun pdf worksheet.

Replacing Nouns with Personal Pronouns

Possessive Pronouns | Cut and Glue Activity

Have your 2nd grade kids been confusing the possessive pronouns with contractions? Bring the confusion to an end with this pronoun exercise.

Possessive Pronouns | Cut and Glue Activity

Completing Sentences with Demonstrative Pronouns

Are you looking for an exercise for kids that involves the four demonstrative pronouns? Then this free worksheet on pronouns is just the thing you need!

Completing Sentences with Demonstrative Pronouns

Interrogative Pronouns in Sentences

Asking questions would be difficult without interrogative pronouns. Bolster your grade 3 and grade 4 kids' practice with this section of our pronoun worksheets.

Interrogative Pronouns in Sentences

Indefinite Pronouns | MCQ

Let 3rd grade and 4th grade kids refer to persons or things that cannot or don't need to be identified specifically using indefinite pronouns with this worksheet.

Indefinite Pronouns | MCQ

Completing Sentences with Reflexive Pronouns

Our printable exercise on pronouns will adequately aid grade 2 and grade 3 children in using the reflexive pronouns that end in -self or -selves efficiently.

Completing Sentences with Reflexive Pronouns

Combining Sentences with Relative Pronouns

Children in 4th grade and 5th grade become adept at using relative pronouns to provide additional information about the noun as they walk through this pdf.

Combining Sentences with Relative Pronouns

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