Pronouns can start to blend together when you are trying to identify what type of pronoun is actually in the sentence. This is a great list of pronouns to keep handy for your exercises that are coming up in the next learnings.Source: http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/pronouns
Holidays Fix It Up Sentences Book (Capital Letters, Ending Punctuation, Commas)
Happy Holidays! New for December 2016. Included in this packet are 15 fix it up sentences worksheets (86 sentences total) designed for emergent readers to practice capitalizing the first letter of a sentence, the pronoun I, names, days, months, and holidays, as well as end punctuation and commas in a list! I’ve used mainly Dolch pre-primer to second grade sight words, as well as fall words and December-theme words like winter, Christmas, Hanukkah, etc.
This commercial website offers a selection of free, multi media exercises to help learn English grammar and parts of speech through diagramming sentences. Plus, it offers a free e-newsletter that brings grammar tips and puzzles right to your inbox.
FREE Noun Practice Pages - Use this 18 page freebie with your or grade classroom or home school students. Everything focuses on different types of nouns - person, place, thing, or animal. These printable worksheets are great for ELA, reading