Pronouns are words used to take the place of nouns. I will be sharing a pronouns worksheet Pack in this post. To read about pronouns in detail, please check this post and download the free anchor charts for personal and possessive pronouns.
In the above anchor chart, read the various personal and possessive pronouns we use while forming sentences. Most of these pronouns are used in our daily conversation.
In the above worksheet, read the sentences carefully and circle the pronouns. You can also highlight them with a light colour.
You can refer to the anchor chart above for the pronouns. Please note that there can be more than one pronoun in a sentence.
We waited for him as he parked his car.
The above sentence has 4 pronouns.
The next worksheet is about personal pronouns. A personal noun is a short word that is used to take the place of proper or specific nouns. In this worksheet, we replace names with pronouns.
This worksheet is quite interesting as well as challenging. Read the sentences. In each sentence a pronoun is highlighted. The child has to circle the word which that particular pronoun is replacing.
I threw the ball and my dog went to fetch it.
Now, the pronoun it can refer to the ball or the dog.
The child has to circle the correct word which the pronoun it has replaced which is ‘ball.’
In this worksheet, the underlined noun has to be replaced with a pronoun. The pronouns have been provided.
The last worksheet is about possessive pronouns. Possessive pronouns show ownership. They tell us that something belong to someone. Example: Dad kept his books on the shelf. The pronoun ‘his’ shows that the books belong to the dad and is a possessive pronoun.