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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Pronouns are words that replace nouns in a sentence. Use these printable activities to help you teach your students about pronouns.
To see Common Core Standards for these worksheets, click on the apple core symbol ().
Basic PronounsPronouns Free
Part 1: Rewrite each sentence. Change the underlined nouns into pronouns. Part 2: Circle the pronoun in each sentence.Pronoun Match Free
Part 1: Match each group of words on the left with the appropriate pronoun on the right. Part 2: Replace the underlined words with a pronoun.Pronouns: Multiple Choice Member
Choose the correct pronoun to replace the underlined words.Possessive Pronouns Member
Use the possessive pronouns from the word box to correctly complete each sentence.Reflexive Pronouns Member
Use a reflexive pronoun from the word box to complete each sentence.Sentence Pair Pronouns Member
For each pair of sentences, circle the pronoun in the second sentence. Then find the noun that it replaces in the first sentence.Singular and Plural Pronouns Member
Find the pronoun in each sentence, then tell whether the pronoun is singular or plural.Replace with a Pronoun Member
Rewrite each sentence. Replace the underlined words with an appropriate pronoun.
Commonly Confused PronounsPronouns: I and Me Member
Decide whether you should use the word I or me in each statement.This, That, These, and Those Member
Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. Choose from this, that, these, and those. Note: These words are not always pronouns, they can also be adjectives or adverbs.
See Also:Grammar Worksheets
Worksheets for all parts of speech, including nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.