Direct or Indirect Objects Worksheets To Print:
– Show the action of the act and what it acts upon. You should look for the "what" after the verb. This passage follows the story of Mom's lasagna dinner.
Direct It – Circle
the verb and then you have a ton of space for the direct object.
Where Is The Butter?
– You just need to find the direct object. There are some sentences with multiple direct objects connected by a conjugate.
Matching Exercise –
This activity puts it all together. Draw a line from the verb to a matching direct object phrase.
The Indirect Treehouse
– Choose the correct indirect object for each sentence. In all cases there are only three to choose from.
– Read each sentence and write the complex direct object that you
– In the sentences below, underline the verb that shows the action
and circle the noun that receives the action.
– Using the same sentences, rewrite each one to include an indirect
Make It Complex
– Rewrite each sentence below, turning the direct object into a
complex direct object. Hint: They usually appear after the direct object as a prepositional phrase.
Separate The Sentences
– Separate the sentences that are in the first square. All direct
objects should be rewritten in the 2nd square and all sentences that
contain an indirect object should be in the 3rd section.
Read Each Sentence
– Read each sentence and then answer the questions. The questions ask you to breakdown a sentence.
Smile Finds –
Identify both the direct and indirect objects. This is a great worksheet to build your lesson off of.
– Notice how we added A to our final noun to close the thought.