Identify the indirect object in each sentence with this printable worksheet on parts of a sentence. This is great practice for 3rd – 5th grade students to use at home or in the classroom. Click the link below to download and print.
Direct and Indirect Object Worksheets
What is a direct object? What is an indirect object? How can you tell a direct object vs. an indirect object? Direct and indirect objects are often confused, but are really quite straightforward. Both are usually nouns. A direct object receives the action of the predicate. The indirect object is the receiver of the direct object. Students need to understand the role of each to understand the structure of a sentence. The object worksheets below may be viewed or downloaded for printing by clicking on the title. Each of them is free for use in class or at home.
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Direct and Indirect Object Printable Worksheet Activities
Underline the verb that shows the action, and circle the direct object that receives the action.
Your student will practice working with complex direct objects in this worksheet.
You’ll like this worksheet on compound direct objects!
In this worksheet your student will identify the compound indirect objects.
Time to work on those indirect and direct objects!
In this sports themed worksheet your student will work with direct objects.
Your student will score a goal with this hockey worksheet!
It’s game time in this direct object worksheet!
More sports fun with direct and indirect objects vs. prepositional phrases!
Here’s some direct object and pronoun practice.
Changing a sentence to passive voice is a great way to find a direct object!