Reflexive Pronoun Worksheets To Print:
Who Did It? - This
is unique critical thinking activity for students. Read the question. Then fill in the blank in the
second sentence with the correct reflexive pronoun.
Using Reflective Pronouns
- Practice your sentence rewriting skills with this worksheet. You guessed what you have to do with the sentence that you create.
Treasure Hunt -
Find the properly written sentence and the treasure chest key at the
same time. Time to strike gold.
Help Mother Bird -
These worms have a great deal to say. These baby birds only eat reflexive
pronouns. Help Mother Bird make
sure her babies get the right food.
- How many sentences can you make using words from the Word Bank? You
may use the same word more than once. If you run out of lines, turn the
paper over and write on the back!
Scramble! - Read the directions very carefully here. You will be fixing the work of someone else.
At the Park
- No word bank here. This provides a new element of difficulty. Which you should do well with.
Diary - Help Hannah write in her diary by filling in the missing
words with reflexive pronouns.
Sentences - Each sentence is awkward. Make it work better by rewriting them all.
Pictures - Look at each picture below. Then choose a
reflexive pronoun from the word bank to
write a sentence describing the picture, or
what you think the person in the picture
Race - All these cars want to qualify for the big race, but
only eight of them will make it.
the Fish! - These sharks won't bother the fish if they get enough
reflexive pronouns to eat!