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Pronoun Unit

First Grade, Second Grade, Third Grade Reading

by Christina Chapan July 31, 2015

Use this lesson to introduce, review, and teach pronouns! Your students will get to practice using these words
and build their reading and language skills.

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to use and identify pronouns.

Materials and preparation Key terms

Flashcards (he, she, her, him, I, you, we, and pronoun

Say it Another Way worksheet
Fill Pronoun worksheet
Subject Pronouns worksheet


Fill Pronoun (PDF)

Say it Another Way (PDF)
Subject Pronouns (PDF)

Introduction (5 minutes)

Review pronouns with flashcards, and show students examples of pronouns in the room.

Explicit Instruction/Teacher modeling (10 minutes)

Explain to your students that a pronoun is a word used instead of a noun.

Write the following pronouns on the board: he, she, her, him, I, you, we, and they.
Have students demonstrate with their partner what these pronouns mean by identifying them in the

Guided Practice (10 minutes)

Using flashcards, review again what a pronoun is, and have the students teach the class the definition.
First, have your students say a sentence with the proper noun. Then, direct your students to use the
pronouns in a new sentence replacing the first one.

Independent working time (5 minutes)

Test students verbally by giving examples and nonexamples of pronouns.

Direct your students to give a thumbs up or thumbs down on the right and wrong uses of pronouns that
you give.

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Related books and/or media

VIDEO: Pronouns


Enrichment: Use pronouns in a class story, and make it into a play to demonstrate in front of the class.
Have your students draw the stories in a book.
Support: Have students point to the pronouns in the class instead of writing them.

Assessment (10 minutes)

Distribute the three worksheets for your students to complete.

Save the Subject Pronouns worksheet for later if you are short on time.

Review and closing (5 minutes)

Review and have the students define a pronoun, identify the types of pronouns, and use them in a

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PRONOUN A pronoun takes
the place of a noun.

Fill in
the following sentences
with a pronoun.

Did read the book?

Yes, read the book.

My teacher recommended .
each word with
the correct pronoun

My dog = he
My mother =
My friends and I =
The MP3 player =
How many other pronouns can you list?

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A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. Instead of saying The girl picks
flowers, you can say She picks flowers. The girl is replaced by she.
DIRECTIONS: Draw a line to match the noun or group of nouns with the
pronoun. The first one has been done for you.

Sam and I they

Jane we

Mom and

Bob she

the small
frog he
Subject Pronouns
Pronouns can take the place of nouns
as the subject of a sentence.
Subject pronouns include
he,she,we,they and it.

Peter poured cereal into his bowl.

He poured cereal into his bowl.

Write the subject pronoun that replaces the subject nouns in each sentence.

1. Dad and I made breakfast this morning. 6. Katie carried a pitcher of milk.

________ made breakfast this morning. ________ carried a pitcher of milk.

2. Dad let me stir the pancake batter. 7. The pitcher was too heavy for Katie.

________ let me stir the pancake batter. ________ was too heavy for Katie.

3. Pancakes are my favorite food. 8. Milk spilled all over the floor.

________ are my favorite food. ________ spilled all over the floor.

4. My little sister Katie wanted to help. 9. Our two dogs cleaned up all the milk.

________ wanted to help. ________ cleaned up all the milk.

5. Katie and Mom set the table. 10. All of us had a good breakfast.

________ set the table . ________ had a good breakfast.

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