Grade 1 Pronouns Worksheets

Grade 1 Pronouns Worksheets

Teaching Pronoun worksheets for first grade are not difficult to complete, but they do require some extra practice and commitment. Most children like to tell time, and knowing when to use the definite and indefinite pronouns will make the process easier. If you are using a hand out, show the child what each pronoun means. The best way to do this is to write the word on a piece of paper. Then put the paper in front of the child and let him or her guess. If the child guesses right, then you know that the word means “that one.”

The same principle applies to pronoun questions. The first question about pronouns would be about who. Tell the child that the pronoun is for someone and that person is someone. The answer to this pronoun question is right. Use pronouns in this way to establish a pattern of answering. As the child gets older, he or she can move on to more complex sentence patterns using pronouns.

Another workbook to consider teaching Pronoun worksheets for first grade is the Goody book Teach Kids About Pronouns. The author, Deborah K. Smith, does an excellent job of providing examples and facts about the pronouns. Most of the questions and answers in this book can be used in the Pronoun worksheets for first grade. Not only is this book a great resource for teaching pronouns, it is also a fun read. The child learns a lot of new vocabulary and how to learn by doing. Smith also provides a list of correct pronouns and uses that information in the worksheet activities. This book makes it easy to use pronouns correctly.

Pronoun worksheets for first grade

Grade 1 Pronouns Worksheets
Grade 1 Pronouns Worksheets

These worksheets introduce pronouns as words that can replace nouns in a sentence.  Possessive and indefinite pronouns are also reviewed.

  • Selecting pronouns:  Match pronouns to nouns
  • Personal pronouns: Replace the noun in the sentence with a personal pronoun
  • Changing nouns to pronouns: Replace the nouns with pronouns from the word bank
  • Possessive pronouns:  Use possessive pronouns (his, mine, …)  to complete the sentences
  • Indefinite pronouns:  Complete the sentences with indefinite pronouns (anybody, somebody ….)