Demonstrative, Relative, and Interrogative Pronouns Search, 24 task cards.
This grammar activity asks students to identify relative, demonstrative, and interrogative pronouns in sentences. It is not analytical.
• 24 sentences that each contain either a relative, demonstrative, or interrogative pronoun. One sentence per task card, four task cards per sheet.
• The sentences are also in a worksheet format.
• Directions for students to underline the relative, demonstrative, or interrogative pronoun and then label each pronoun.
• 3 definition sheets, with examples. (You should be able to see those in the thumbnails.)
• Answer key.
I use this as a review before we study types of sentences because students need to understand relative pronouns (and disregard other pronouns). That is why I have included the seventh grade language standard on this product.
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Other grammar lessons covering pronouns:
Indefinite Pronouns Task Cards
Personal and Compound Personal Pronouns Task Cards