There, They're, Their Worksheets To Print:
Where O Where... - Drop the proper word in the blanks. You should read the context of each sentence before you make your choice.
Puppy Thoughts - You are going to have to drop a few nouns. This will require you to rewrite each of the sentences.
Which One? Where? - This is a sentence identification task for you. Read each sentence below. Circle whether or not the sentence is
Which is Correct? - A little multiple choice, but just guess what your (pun intended) choices are? You may need to read each twice over.
How Should It Go? - Another noun demolishing mission for you. You are given a sentence and asked to rewrite it with the proper use of the homophones we are working with here.
Under the Cactus
- Read each sentence below. Circle the correct word to go in the blank. To know which word is correct in a sentence, substitute the words they are. Does the sentence make sense?
Eyeball It! - If the sentence is correct, write correct on the line. If the sentence is incorrect, write the correct word on the line.
On the Line! - For each sentence, write the correct word, they're, their or there on the line. Pop those in there.
Contract or Expand It! - Rewrite each sentence using they're, their or there You can make them into two sentences, if absolutely needed.
Confusing Words - Tell us whether or not the sentence is correct. Obviously it all revolves around the usage of they're, their, there.
Correct Language - Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. It is a choice of one of three.
The- "And then what?" - There are a series of sentences that are missing words. Guess which ones? Finish that bad boy out.
An Original - Write 5 original sentences. Each sentence should use one of the words their, they’re or there correctly.
Say It Loud! - Create something where there is nothing, please. You will create the use of these three words over time.
One Liner - We suggest that you try to identify the context of each situation that is presented.
Which Is It? - This is solely based on the use of pictures which makes it a bit more challenging for students.
Give Me Three - You will compose three sentences using each form of these homophones.
More Complex - These sentences are focused for the next reading level up.
Rewrites - You will rewrite each of these simple sentences to help them make more sense.
Yes or No? - Read each sentence that is given to you. Circle whether or not the
sentence is correct.
Check Offs - Check one of the boxes as you move through the worksheet.
Deeper Sentences - You will rewrite each of the sentences to make them sound better.
Circle Up - Slap a circle around the term that best complete each of the sentences.
Correct It - Some of these sentences are correct and some need some work.
End Up - Which of these makes the most sense for you to pick?
Rewrites - Which of these sentences makes the best choice?