L.6.1b Intensive pronouns
Sheet 1: 8 sentences on 2 pages.
Students rewrite sentences adding an intensive pronoun from the word bank included on the page [see Sheet 2 below!]
Sheet 2 is the IDENTICAL page, but without the word bank. Instead, the beginning of the sheet asks students to fill in the intensive pronouns in spaces at the top. If your students know the intensive pronouns, you'll want to use this sheet. If they are still learning, you will probably choose to use Sheet 1, with a word bank containing 8 intensive pronouns
Sheet 3: 10 sentences on 2 pages. Students tell whether there is an intensive pronoun in each sentence. If so, they rewrite the sentence without the intensive pronoun. If not, they just write "no" on the line.
Please see the Preview for samples and complete directions for each page.
There is an Extra Time activity on each sheet. The answers are on the last page.
L.6.1a Objective Pronouns; Subjective Pronouns; Possessive Pronouns
This product contains three worksheets that align with L.6.1a. They work well for reinforcement, assessment, remediation, and morning work.
Sheet 1: Subjective Pronouns. Students read a sentence and decide whether it is written correctly or if it needs to be revised. They write "OK" or the revised sentence on the line.
Sheet 2: Objective Pronouns. This page is similar to Sheet 1
Sheet 3: Possessive Pronouns: Students identify the possessive pronouns within a paragraph.
Please see the Preview for directions and samples from each sheet!
Each sheet has an Extra Time activity for early finishers.
The answers are on the last page.
Check out all of my L.6.1. Common Core work:
L.6.1 BUNDLEL.6.1.a Ensure that pronouns are in the proper caseL.6.1.b Use intensive pronounsL.6.1.c Recognize and correct inappropriate shifts in pronoun numberL.6.1.d Recognize and Correct Vague Pronouns: 3 Worksheets with Multiple Choice L.6.1.e Recognize Variations in Standard English
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