These activity sheets will teach your students how to identify and use pronouns correctly.

Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun. Like nouns, pronouns can be singular, plural, or possessive. They can also be subjects or objects. The following collection of worksheets will help your students learn about pronouns. Activities include replacing selected words in a given sentence with the correct pronoun, identifying the antecedent a selected pronoun refers to, classifying selected pronouns as objects or subjects, rewriting sentences to include a pronoun, and more.

Please Note: While answer keys have been provided for each activity sheet for instructors, in some cases, your students' answers will vary.

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Underlines

Rewrite each sentence below, replacing the underlined nouns with a pronoun.

Pronouns and Antecedents

In each sentence, identify the antecedent of the bolded pronoun. Write it on the line.

Subject and Object Pronouns

Write S on the line if the underlined word is a subject pronoun. Write O on the line if it is an object pronoun.

Using Pronouns

Rewrite the second sentence in each pair, using a pronoun.

Subject and Object Pronouns

Write a sentence that uses each pronoun as a subject pronoun or an object pronoun, as indicated. Now write a sentence that uses each of the following pronouns correctly, as either subject or object pronouns.

Identifying Pronouns and their Antecedents

A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. The word that a pronoun takes the place of is called the antecedent.

Personal Pronouns

Complete each sentence with a personal pronoun.

Using Pronouns Correctly

Underline the pronoun error in each sentence. Write the correct pronoun on the line. Now use each of the following pronouns in a sentence.

Subject Pronouns

Choose a pronoun from the box to take the place of the subject noun in each sentence.

Appropriate Pronouns

Use the left column to properly complete the sentences on the right.

Subject and Object Pronouns

Is the missing pronoun in each sentence being used as a subject or an object? Write the correct pronoun on the line.

Placing the Right One

Is the missing pronoun in each sentence being used as a subject or an object? Write the correct pronoun on the line.

Identifying Pronouns

A pronoun takes the place of a noun in each sentence. A pronoun can function as the subject of a sentence, or as the direct object of an action verb or preposition.

2 Tasks For You

Rewrite each sentence below, replacing the underlined nouns with a pronoun. Is the missing pronoun in each sentence being used as a subject or an object? Write the correct pronoun on the line

Writing with Pronouns

Rewrite the second sentence in each set, replacing the subject noun(s) with a pronoun(s).