Identifying Pronouns KS2 GPS SATs Test Practice

Identifying Pronouns KS2

Identifying Pronouns KS2 Test Practice GPS SATs Questions

Identifying Pronouns KS2 Test Practice SATs Questions have been taken from the Sample KS2 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test to help your children practice Identifying pronouns.

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This pack includes:

  • Identifying Pronouns KS2 Test Practice SATs Questions worksheets with answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

English Year 4: (4G1.5) pronoun

English Year 4: (4G1.5a) possessive pronoun

 

Differentiation:

Beginner Identifying one pronoun in the sentence (limited to basic pronouns e.g. I, he, she). Aimed at Year 4 Emerging.

Easy Identify two pronouns in the sentence (using a slightly wider range e.g. they, everybody). Aimed at Year 4 Developing.

Tricky Identify all of the pronouns in each sentence (full range of pronouns). Aimed at Year 4 Secure.

Expert Identify the pronouns in a wider range of sentence types. Aimed at Year 4 Mastery.

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    2 Comments

  1. Hi there. I have just look at these resources to use with our year 6s and feel that some of your answers are incorrect. Many of the words you have identified are possessive determiners and not pronouns. eg: We were glad to see my sister win the trophy at our local swimming gala. You have both my and our highlighted as possessive pronouns but they are acting as determiners.Possessive determiners accompany a noun (the thing being possessed), possessive pronouns replace it.
    Many thanks ,
    Sam

    Samantha Clark

    March 27, 2019

    • Good Morning Sam,
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      Sam Mawson

      March 28, 2019

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