Mastering pronouns enables students' writing to be more sophisticated. They are able to construct more complex sentences and express ideas more original ways. This short unit focuses on possessive, indefinite and reflexive pronouns, in addition to pronoun and antecedent agreement.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.
Possessive Nouns 3Replacing possessive nouns with possessive pronouns helps your students' writing sound more natural and makes for an effortless read. Give your fifth graders the practise they need with these exercises created specifically for their age group.
Pronoun Antecedent Agreement 2Help develop the fluency of your student's writing with these exercises that help them understand the importance of matching object and subject pronouns with their antecedent.
Relative PronounsRelative pronouns make it simple for your fourth grader to describe the subject of a sentence in a fluid and orderly way. Give them the practise they need with these exercises and helpful hints.

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