Some ideas for noun and pronoun worksheets include cut and glue sheets, fill in the sentence, organize nouns by type and pluralizing nouns worksheets. Teachers can find simple worksheets to use via sites such as Have Fun Teaching and Super Teacher Worksheets.
Worksheets are the bread and butter of teaching, giving students something to do during slow periods in class and making for fun and quick homework assignments. When teaching students about nouns and pronouns, worksheets can be used to help them learn about different ways of using these nouns, how to pluralize nouns and how to sort nouns into different categories.
Some worksheets are interactive, such as a Cut and Paste sheet with a list of nouns and three categories, person, place or thing, to paste them on. Others like a Pronoun worksheet, can have students rewrite a list of provided pronouns in one of the six categories: objective, subjective, possessive, reflexive, demonstrative and indefinite.
Teachers can get students into storytelling with a dialogue worksheet that shows two people interacting in a series of panels. Using word bubbles the sheet has students write dialogue that contains a certain number of nouns and pronouns.
Teachers can also make things very quick for students with a multiple choice sheet that could double as a quiz. The students read a series of sentences and select the noun or pronoun that best fits in the blank space.