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

Subject pronouns are used as the subject of action words. The usually take the plase of regular nouns. They really give mean to thing, person or place. They point to the meaning of the passage or reading. When the sentence is restricted to a few lines, this personal noun helps pin point the object or person that is under the microscope. We can often start to understand the meaning of sentence by understanding the target of the sentence itself.

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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Subject Me To It!

A subject pronoun is used as the subject of a sentence in place of a person's or thing's name or description, particularly after the subject has already been introduced.

Using Subject Pronouns

Choose the correct pronoun to complete each sentence.

Sentence Seekers

Find the subject pronoun(s) in each sentence. Write them on the lines.

No Monkeying Around

Circle all the subject pronouns. Then use each one in a sentence.

Corresponding Subject Pronouns

Read each object pronoun. Write its corresponding subject pronoun on the line. Then use the subject pronoun in a sentence.

Fill That Hole!

Complete each sentence by adding the correct subject pronoun.

Underline and Replace

Rewrite each sentence, replacing the underlined noun with a subject pronoun.

Replace the Underlined Word

Circle every word below that is an subject pronoun. Circle the correct pronoun to replace the underlined word in each sentence.

Verbs for Subject Pronouns

Select the correct verb form that goes with the pronoun in each sentence.

Bambi Is That You?

Complete each sentence. Replace each noun in parentheses with the correct subject pronoun.

Verbs and Subject Pronouns

Select the correct verb form that goes with the pronoun in each sentence.

Object Pronouns

Use an object pronoun in place of a person or thing that is acted upon or that receives the action of the verb in the sentence.

Full Review

Match the nouns/description on the left with their corresponding subject pronouns. Then use each subject pronoun in a sentence.

Subject or Object Pronoun?

Read each pronoun. Label it subject, object, or both. Then use it in a sentence.

Page #2

A continuation of the previous worksheet. A subject pronoun is used as the subject of a sentence in place of a person's or thing's name or description, particularly after the subject has already been introduced. An object pronoun is used in place of a person or thing that is acted upon or that receives the action of the verb in the sentence

Write It Right

Write the correct subject pronoun to go with the word(s) Then use the subject pronoun in a sentence.

Page #2

Complete the second page of the above worksheet.