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Scarecrow Free Pronoun Games

Make practicing grammar fun with this super cute, free printable free pronoun games. This pro noun game has a Scarecrow theme to make learning fun for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and ESL Students this fall.

Make practicing grammar fun with this super cute, free printable free pronoun games. This pro noun game has a Scarecrow theme to make learning fun for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and ESL Students this fall. 

Free Pronoun Games

Children will love this engaging Scarecrow Free Pronoun Games where kids will spin and color the pronouns to complete this grammar games. These fun grammar activities will cover pronouns, the present and past tense of the verb to be as well as contractions. There is only one spinner for all these activities! This is such a fun way to learn pronouns with kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students.

Printable pronoun games

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Pronoun games

Print as many spinners as you need for each group of students. There is one spinner and two recording sheets. If the students aren’t familiar with spinning games, it’s a good idea to show them how to spin using a paper clip and a pencil. They will get the hang of it fast! Laminate the spinners and then print as many recording sheets as you need for the number of students in your class.

pronoun games

Fun pronoun games

The whole class can do these games but they are especially made for ELL / ESL learners who often struggle with pronoun use and verbs. To guide the students before beginning, it’ll be a great idea if the whole class reviews the use of pronouns with the verb to be to refresh their knowledge and memory.

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Pronoun games for kids

The spinner is in color and the recording sheets are in black and white. This should save plenty of ink since the recording sheets will be the ones you will print many copies of. There are four separate games (recording sheets) and one spinner. With the contractions sheet, the students will spin the spinner and then read the pronoun the paper clip is pointing at (they). They will then choose a contraction that matches the pronoun (they’re) and so on. They continue doing this until they’ve colored all the boxes. The next game reviews the past tense of the verb to be, again the students will spin, read the pronoun and then color the correct past tense verb that goes with the pronoun. They continue spinning until all verbs are colored! The format of the games (pronoun match and the verb to be present tense) follow the same steps. The students will LOVE these games!

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Pronoun Game for Kids

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Yara

Yara is the founder of Sea of Knowledge and an ESL teacher with a passion for making learning fun and engaging. She loves creating fun activities that children and learners can benefit from.

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