Point of View Worksheets

In every story, there is a narrator and a point of view. With practice, students can determine who is telling the story, and what type of narration it is: first person or third person. Recognizing the point of view is an important reading skill, but also helps students to adopt the appropriate narration for their own writing.Be sure to check out all of our reading worksheets. If you're looking for more activities, check out www.readingvine.com's point of view reading passages

Narrator and Point of View

Here is a worksheet where students will learn the differences between a narrator and point of view,

Change the Point of View: Third Person to First Person

In this activity, students will read the story told in 3rd person and then rewrite a part to make it a first person narrative.

Narrator’s Point of View Flow Chart

This flowchart helps students identify the correct point of view. They answer “yes” and “no” questions to identify the correct point of view.

Point of View: Who is Telling the Story

Students will use this worksheet to determine who is telling the story and whether the point of view is 1st person or 3rd person.