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Designed as a retest practice opportunity, this two-page worksheet has learners look at sentences to identify different pronouns, adjectives, and nouns. Twenty-five out of 38 questions focus on pronouns. 
Fifth graders study pronouns. In this grammar lesson plan, 5th graders discuss what a pronoun is and write what they did last night using pronouns.
Ninth graders define the term 'pronoun', differentiate between personal, possessive, interrogative, indefinite and demonstrative pronouns, and identify the eight parts of speech.
Sixth graders practice using subject and object pronouns. In this wishes and goals lesson, 6th graders read from The Wish Giver and continue working on a Triorama. Students also complete a pronoun organizer. This lesson is part of a unit.
In this online interactive English learning exercise, students respond to 36 multiple choice and fill in the blank questions about interrogatives. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this to be and pronouns worksheet, learners complete sentences, complete questions, rewrite sentences, and more with the correct forms of to be and pronouns. Students complete 14 activities total.
For this a or an worksheet, learners fill in the blanks to sentences with either the pronoun a or an. Students complete 5 sentences total.
In this pronoun grammar worksheet, students read a sentence in which a pronoun is underlined. They then determine which type of pronoun the underlined word is. Each question has 3 answers to choose from. The pronoun types that appear on this page are the following: Personal, Reflexive, Relative, Interrogative, Indefinite and Demonstrative.
In the pronoun grammar worksheet, students read a sentence in which the pronoun is underlined. They then determine which type of pronoun the underlined word is. Each question has 3 answers to choose from. The pronoun types that appear on this page are the following: indefinite, demonstrative, relative, reflexive, personal and interrogative.
For this recognizing types of pronouns and pronouns as subjects and objects in sentences worksheet, 6th graders identify pronouns in sentences and label them as reflexive, indefinite, personal, demonstrative, possessive, or interrogative pronouns, and identify correct pronoun usage in sentences. Students write 22 answers.
In this grammar activity, students identify the underlined part of speech in twenty sentences. Students check their answers when done.
What a terrific presentation! This resource could be used in upper elementary and middle school to review information learned about nouns, verbs, pronouns, adverbs, conjunctions, and prepositions. The definitions are clear, and the examples are easy to understand.
Pronouns, pronouns, pronouns! Review all of the different types of pronouns, and complete several practice opportunities. Read through the information with your class before sending them off to work on the packet independently. 
Explore the world of pronouns; it's a lot bigger than you think! With reflexive, indefinite, relative, demonstrative, interrogative, and intensive pronouns, you have to give your class clear, easy to understand explanations. After introducing each of these types, give your class this practice opportunity to deepen understanding. 
What must a sentence contain in order to be complete? What different types of sentences exist? Look at declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences with this 17-slide presentation. Several example sentences are shown, and the presentation also highlights incomplete sentences and how to correct them. Pair these slides with a worksheet on sentence variety, and you're ready to go!
I myself am often confused by intensive pronouns but your pupils can work by themselves to gain understanding of reflective and intensive pronouns with this instructional activity set. You yourself will benefit from the attached answer key.
Nine lessons in a grammar and usage unit provide endless opportunities for drill and practice. Topics include the four types of sentences, subject and predicates, nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs and prepositions, conjunctions and interjections, as well as capitalization and punctuation. The scripted unit includes a culminating activity, handouts, worksheets, a bibliography, and an assessment.  
Sixth graders explore language arts by completing a worksheet. In this parts of speech lesson, 6th graders read chapters from The Wish Giver and identify pronouns used within the story. Students complete a word detective worksheet based on pronouns.
In this is, am, and are worksheet, students complete the sentences with the words, and add personal pronouns to some of the sentences. Students complete 4 activities.
Fourth graders are introduced to pronouns and provided practice in use of singular and plural personal pronouns.

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