Possessive pronouns are the main topic of this page so if this is what you are working on with your students, you are in the right place. Currently 115 possessive pronouns worksheets are posted in this section. Letís take a look at an example. Here is a worksheet that includes only third person possessive pronouns. The materials and directions for a fifteen minute beginner activity and one additional activity are included. Breaking a set of pronouns into smaller sections, such as first, second, and third person or singular and plural, can give students more targeted practice before doing exercises using the whole set. Pronouns usually take a lot of practice; choose several worksheets to give students enough variety to keep lessons interesting. Once students have mastered possessive pronouns, consider having students complete an activity that combines possessive pronouns with another type of pronouns they have learned, for example personal pronouns. You can find other pronoun activities or review exercises that combine different types of pronouns in the main pronoun section.
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