Grade 4 Pronouns Worksheets
There are many Pronoun worksheets for fourth grade students. These can be used for teaching basic pronouns such as he, she, and they. The most common pronouns for the young students are person singular pronouns such as he, she, him, her, or them. This worksheet helps to explain the gender of each pronoun.
You can also use pronouns that indicate number. An example is one. This pronoun indicates a singular noun such as a dog or cat. There are also pronouns that indicate number like one, two, and three. If you have a child that has two older siblings, you may want to use the two, three, and four pronouns.
The very first year of Kindergarten is a great time for teaching proper pronouns. The very first year of Kindergarten is also when children begin to develop their skills of recognizing specific pronouns. Using these worksheets will help your students to recognize the pronouns they hear every day. Teaching young children proper pronouns is very important. By teaching the students how to pronounce pronouns correctly, the students can learn how to properly identify the correct pronouns when they are in certain situations. Using the proper pronouns on a daily basis is very important for your child’s speech development. Teaching your child to identify pronouns before they even speak will help them understand what pronoun they should use in certain situations.
Pronoun worksheets for fourth grade
Our grade 4 pronoun worksheets focus on pronoun agreement and the use of relative pronouns (who, whom, whose, that, which).
- Pronoun agreement – select the correct pronoun for each sentence
- Who, whom & whose – complete the sentences with the correct relative pronoun
- That & which – complete the sentences with the correct word
- Relative pronouns – identify the relative pronouns and relative clauses