Learn Object Pronouns17,605 Plays
Object pronouns take the place of the object in a sentence and usually appear at the middle or the end of the sentence after the verb. The object pronoun tells who or what is receiving the action in a sentence. Object pronouns are: me, us, you, him, her, them and it. There are also first and second person object pronouns such as you and me. These pronouns are not replacement words because they show a point of view. The lesson within the Turtle Diary game provides information about object pronouns. In the lesson, object pronouns are used in descriptive and creative sentences that help children recall the correct use.