Teachers instruct students on point of view in a text so that students can understand the author’s purpose and realize that authors choose a point of view for different reasons. Practice identifying first person point of view with this worksheet. When using this point of view the author uses the pronouns I, me and my to tell the story. To complete this printable the students will read a short story and circle each first-person pronoun in the text.
Point of View is important to readers who are trying to understand context and story structure. This brightly colored printable worksheet gives children choices for 1st and 3rd person viewpoints, as well as practice differentiating between the two. Kids will enjoy matching the simple sentences with 1st or 3rd person, and strengthen comprehension skills in reading while doing so.
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