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Subject and Object Pronouns Worksheets for Students

When writing, clarity is key. It is important for students to understand how the proper use of a pronoun will clarify to readers what noun the writer is talking about. Use the printable worksheets below to help students get the reinforcement they need for using subject and object pronouns.

There are two types of pronouns: subject pronouns, the subject of the sentence, and object pronouns, usually the object of a preposition. Determining the correct word choice gets tricky when a subject pronoun is used as a subject complement following a linking verb. Known as a predicate nominative, the form follows that of a subject pronoun. On the other hand, the object pronoun is used when following a preposition such as after, at, between, for, to, and with.

SUBJECT AND OBJECT PRONOUNS WORKSHEETS

SUBJECT PRONOUNS MINI LESSON FOR GRADES 3–5

In the following subject and object pronouns worksheets, students first need to understand agreement and whether to add –s or –es to word endings. Teachers should model at least the first two sentences and conduct a read aloud to share thinking with the class. The rest should be done as independent practice.

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PRONOUNS GRAMMAR ACTIVITY FOR GRADES 3–5 (CCSS FOCUS)

The Pronouns Grammar Activity below focuses on CCSS Language Standard L.3.1.A. Whether for guided instruction or independent practice, your grades 3–5 students will get the reinforcement they need for using subject and object pronouns.

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PRONOUNS GRAMMAR ACTIVITY FOR GRADES 6–12 (CCSS FOCUS)

There are many benefits to consistent exposure to correct use of pronouns. All writers want to avoid ambiguous statements. Use the Pronouns Grammar Activity below to help students improve their writing skills. The subject and object pronouns worksheets focus on CCSS Langauge Standard L.6.1.A.

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