Circle It! Indirect Objects

About this Worksheet:

I lent Caroline my dress to wear to the party. Can you find the indirect object in the sentence above? The indirect object is Caroline. An indirect object tells to whom or to what (or for whom or for what) an action was done. It is easiest to find the indirect object by asking questions about the sentence’s action. For example, to whom did I lend the dress? This allows us to arrive at the indirect object for the answer: Caroline. In this printable worksheet on parts of a sentence, students will be asked to circle each indirect object in each sentence. Ideal for 3rd – 5th grade students, but can be used where appropriate. To print and download the worksheet, click the link below.