This worksheet is three pages with three different levels to practice Spanish pronouns, how the pronouns correspond with names/titles, and using conjugated verbs to create sentences.
Level one has four conjugation charts in which students have to fill in the Spanish pronouns, the -ar verb endings, and two conjugated verbs (cocinar and presentar).
Level two gives the student a pronoun and an infinitive for them to combine/conjugate into a simple sentence. For example, "They (male) ski" and "We (male and female) work." Then it gives them a list of all the pronouns and asks them to use the verb of their choice to create a simple sentence for each.
Level three has an explanation of how to move from the pronouns to names or titles. It uses Marcos, Elena, and el profesor/los profesores as examples that correspond with él, ella, ellos, y nosotros (los profesores y yo). It then gives the student subjects that they should use to create sentences with the verbs of their choice. For example, "Sara y Tomás," "Pablo y yo," and "La profesora y tú (you plural)." At the end, there's a section for student to write three original sentences.
I use this with my students as differentiated practice. You could use it that way or have kids do the whole thing, since it builds upon itself. I've done examples in each section so that kids can easily see what they need to do. I've included a key, but many answers will vary. This goes with chapter 2A of Realidades 1, but it could be used with any -ar verbs. You could use it in class or as homework. Because it has examples for each section, students should be able to do it on their own.
More practice for kids just learning to conjugate -ar verbs: Realidades 1 Chapter 2A Conjugation Practice