Here are two pronoun worksheets for elementary and middle school grades. They will cover recognition of pronouns and their various functions under the grammatical rules. Students can identify which form of a pronoun should be used in different sentences.
Pronoun Worksheets for Practice and Review
Personal Pronoun Worksheet – Elementary School
Person pronouns include I, me, he, him, she, her, we, they, us, and them. You can tell which pronoun to use depending on whether the pronoun is the subject or object of the sentence. Complete the following sentences by writing down the words on a separate sheet of paper.
Elementary Exercise A
Fill in the blank with I or me.
Mom drove _____ to school today.
_____ really want that chocolate cake.
Everyone is happy for _____.
When ___ get home, I am going to bed.
Is that present for _____?
Elementary Exercise B
Fill in the blank with she or her.
Harry wrote a love poem for _____.
_____ went to the movies with Miguel.
Debbie had a headache, so _____ took medicine.
Have you told _____ the good news?
The book was very enjoyable to _____.
Elementary Exercise C
Fill in the blank with he or him.
Randy's sister refused to give _____ the paper.
When _____ fell out of the tree, he broke his arm.
Did Sam tell you why _____ did not come to the party?
Ask Hagop what we should bring back for _____.
I told _____ about the celebration.
Elementary Exercise D
Fill in the blank with we or us.
She cannot come with _____ today.
After _____ eat, let's see a movie.
Come on in and tell _____ the news!
I know where _____ can go.
Dad is coming with _____ to buy school supplies.
E. Fill in the blank with they or them.
Everybody knows _____ spilled the beans.
If the peaches are not ripe, don’t buy _____.
Take off your shoes and put _____ in the closet.
_____ are the best of friends.
Will and Tom wish _____ could drive a car.
A. me, I, me, I, me
B. her, she, she, her, her
C. him, he, he, him, him
D. us, we, us, we, us
E. they, them, them, they, they
Possessive Pronoun Worksheet – Middle School
Pronouns get a little more complicated in middle school. Older students can focus on possessive pronouns, which include my, his, her, its, your, our, and their. For an added challenge, bring in the proper usage of the independent form of these pronouns (mine, his, hers, its, yours, ours, and theirs).
Middle School Exercises A
Write the correct possessive pronoun on a separate sheet of paper.
Did you finish ____ homework?
Eduardo is looking for ____ backpack.
I thought this was __ car, but Sara told me that it was __ car.
The TV has a scratch on ____ screen.
The neighbors put up _____ Christmas lights early this year.
_____ family values honesty and kindness.
Shauna and _____ boyfriend are going to the dance together.
_____ mom always told me to believe in myself.
Have you bought Harrison a gift for ____ birthday?
The mama cat takes good care of ____ kittens.
Middle School Exercises B
Write the independent possessive pronoun on a separate sheet of paper.
You can order whatever you want. The choice is _____.
All my friends like to cook. Cooking is a favorite activity of _____.
My brother and I bought a car together to share, so it is _____.
The candy belongs to Sarah. It is _____.
I bought the food, so it’s _____.
Middle School Exercises C
Write the proper pronoun on a separate sheet of paper.
Is this (your, yours, you're) wallet?
During (their, theirs, there's) reign, the king and queen were fair and just.
Want to share (my, mine) salad with me?
See if the neighbors can help us cut down (our, ours, we) tree.
Ask Carlos for (he, his, her) phone number.
Don’t touch (my, mine) phone; it’s (my, mine).
Cats are known for (their, theirs, there's) agility.
My painting does not compare to (your, yours, you're).
If (your, yours, you're) mom says yes, you can come to my party.
The baseball team displayed (their, theirs, they’re) trophy in the locker room.
What did your sister say about (her, his, hers) job interview?
I don’t want to share (we, our, ours) work with the other team because it’s (we, our, ours).
You left (your, yours, you're) keys over here.
Some friends of (their, theirs, there's) are spending the weekend.
Is that blue jacket mine or (your, yours, you're)?
A. your, his, my/her, its, their, our, her, my, his, her
B. yours, theirs, ours, hers, mine
C. your, their, my, his, my/mine, their, yours, your, their, her, our/ours, your, theirs, yours
Understanding pronouns is an important part of learning parts of speech. Once you know how to replace nouns with the correct pronouns, you’re on your way to writing more clearly. For more pronoun practice, check out some elementary practice sheets that focus on possessive pronouns.