Subject Pronouns Worksheets To Print:
It's a Pizza Party!
- These kids are making their own pizzas. Help them out by replacing the subject with the correct
- See if you can describe the focus of the sentence with a pronoun. You will have three to choose from.
Circle It! -
See if you can find the right pronoun in there. There may be more than one!
Cell Phone Spelling!
- These are always loads of fun for kids. There are 7 types of subject pronouns.
List them below. The first one is done for you. Then, use the cell phone below to spell the pronoun in numbers, using the cell phone keypad.
Use Your Imagination!
- If you are not creative, you might not like this one. You will rewrite the sentence with nouns. You can make them up!
- Replace the subject in the sentence with the correct pronoun. You have a scoreboard of words to choose from.
- Replace the subject of the sentence (bold) with the correct pronoun.
Create a Word
Search! - A free range activity that everyone loves. The pronouns you wrote are now your word search list! Write the pronouns in the grid. You can write them forward, diagonally, or even backwards! Then, fill in all of the empty spaces with random letters. Give your word search to a friend and see if they can find the words you hid!
Gym Class -
Cross out the subject of the sentence (in bold) and change it to the
Fix My Grammar!
- Cross out the incorrect pronoun (in bold) and write the correct
one in the space.
Line Them Up!
- Draw lines to match the correct subject pronoun to the picture.
- There are different kinds of pronouns in the sentences below.
Peaking Sentences - Complete each sentence with the appropriate pronoun. Use the
words in italics that precede each sentence as clues.
Using Them - Which one best completes each sentence?
Pick Them Out - Dissect all of the sentences to your best ability.
One Word - Which word will finish them off for you?
Fix the Mess - Rewrite each sentence, replacing the underlined noun with a subjective pronoun.
Topic Review - This covers all the skills that we explored here.
Change Form - Use the thoughts that are presented to you and decide how you explain it to a friend.
Match Them Up - Match the nouns/description on the left with
their corresponding subjective pronouns.