Demonstrative & Interrogative Pronouns–FREE printable

20 Oct

Several weeks ago, I posted my Pronoun Packet free download, which covered 6 weeks of pronouns (Weeks 3-8). I primarily made only those 6 weeks of pronouns because I wanted to visualize them in relation to the Pronoun Order.

Demonstrative Pronouns Picture.

I had a reader email today to inquire if I was planning to make worksheets for the remaining weeks of pronouns for Cycle 2. Since I’m a visual learner, I had already thought about the “?” picture for the Interrogative Pronouns. Then, one quick look at the Demonstrative Pronouns, and I immediately visualized a “T” in my mind. However, I think I’m all done with Pronouns for Cycle 2. I haven’t had a visual epiphany for what to do with all of those indefinite pronouns! Whew!  If I do have that visual epiphany, don’t worry, you’ll be the first to find out!

Interrogative Pronoun Picture

You can download the file here: Interrogative & Demonstrative Pronouns. The file includes the worksheets for both the Interrogative and Demonstrative Pronouns (weeks 9-10). Enjoy!

Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood

This is a part of the Cycle 2 Weekly Link Up at Half a Hundred Acre Wood. Go there now for other great resources. 🙂


3 Responses to “Demonstrative & Interrogative Pronouns–FREE printable”

  1. Lucy April 10, 2014 at 11:51 am #

    Hi Suzanne,
    I am a university student working on a lesson plan assignment for 3rd graders. I’ve been looking for creative, engaging ways to teach pronouns. Your demonstrative/interrogative activities would be ideal, but sharing them in a lesson plan seems to stretch the scope of your use policy. I am asking for permission to use them, with complete in attribution in text and in the reference page. Please respond soon. I have an approaching due date:)
    Thank you, Lucy

    • Suzanne Shares April 10, 2014 at 1:05 pm #

      I just sent you an email with permission. Thank you for asking permission before using! I’m excited to hear that these will be helpful for your 3rd graders. 🙂


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