Finding the Pronouns
In this lesson, students will find the pronouns in the sentences.
This lesson is for third through fifth graders.
First, you will copy the worksheet.
Then, you will explain to the students about pronouns. You can do this by writing examples on the board.
Example: Sharon and I like to go to movies.
In this sentence, the pronoun is I.
After that, you will pass out the worksheet for them to do independently.Worksheet - Finding the Pronouns
Directions: In the following sentences, write the pronoun in the blanks.
1. Tom picked me up so we could go to a movie.
2. Christy liked to go to the park and observe people because she liked to gather information for the mystery stories she writes.
3. Sadey likes to chew on her ice cubes.
4. The basketball team won the tournament, so they were thrilled.
5. Jenny, take the laundry downstairs and then you can put a load in the machine.
6. Megan's hair is a shade lighter than Christy's. They are twins.
7. The birds flew into the woods, and then they settled into an okay tree.
8. The wind blew stronger today than it did yesterday.
9. The principal said he would call each class to go to the assembly.
10. Bob and Steve liked watching westerns. They saw a herd of horses scatter when the cowboys tried to catch some.
11. The movie was too scary for me.
12. Connie, can you come over after the football game?
13. Jenny went for her walk until she had to stop and rest.
14. The wind was so strong it blew a branch off the tree.
15. "Jamie, do you want to get some ice cream?" "I can leave when the mail comes. I am expecting a check."
16. "Mom, I need to get some gas in my car," Connie said.
17. As Susie walked down the street, she saw a cute kitten.
18. I would like to know if we could go to the movies tomorrow.
19. "Megan and I like to solve mysteries," Christy said.
20. "Christy and I plan to become amateur detectives after we finish high school, but we need to do some more research on solving mysteries," Megan said.
Each one is worth five points for a total of 100 points.
100 to 90 = A
89 to 80 = B
79 to 70 = C
69 to 60 = D
Below 60 = F
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