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In this possessive nouns worksheet, students review singular and plural possessive noun usage with example sentences, identify and write singular and plural possessive nouns in sentences, change phrases to show possession, review and assess knowledge. Students write fifty-three answers.
In this using possessive nouns worksheet, students identify and write singular and plural possessive nouns in sentences, and choose possessive nouns that can replace lengthy possessive phrases. Students write thirty-seven answers.
Unit 2 Grammar - Possessive Nouns
In this grammar worksheet, 3rd graders read about the use and formation of possessive nouns. They write possessive nouns in sentences, add apostrophes to nouns to form possessives, use them in a paragraph, and complete an assessment page that includes multiple choice questions.
Grammar: Possessive Nouns
In these possessive nouns worksheets, students review the definition for possessive nouns and apostrophe usage. Students complete three pages of activities that help them learn to identify and spell possessive nouns using apostrophe rules.
What does your class know about nouns? Help them practice with six related grammar practice exercises. The exercises focus heavily on the different types of nouns and ask pupils to identify and use specific types of nouns. Check out the useful chart with definitions and examples of common, proper, concrete, abstract, singular, plural, collective, compound, and possessive nouns to help learners with these exercises. Tip: Study nouns for an entire week by splitting up the instructional activity.
Possessive nouns are intricately addressed in this detailed and colorful PowerPoint. Different rules about using possessive nouns correctly are defined with corresponding examples. You can use this presentation prior to assigning different worksheets that can also be found on LessonPlanet.com. Note: Various resource links to activities, videos, and a SmartBoard activity are provided. Some links may not work.
Singular and Plural Possessive Nouns
In this recognizing singular and plural possessive nouns learning exercise, students express phrases in possessive forms, choose words from a word bank to complete sentences, and write the singular and plural possessive forms of common nouns. Students write 18 answers.
Nouns and Pronouns
What a terrific resource! Have your class review nouns, pronouns, objects, singular and plural using this resource. In this comprehensive presentation, learners practice identifying singular and plural, diagramming sentences,and more.
Helpful as a review activity and a reference sheet for your middle schoolers' binders, this activity clarifies the proper ways to use apostrophes. Indicating that they should be used in three cases ("weird" plurals, contractions, and possessive nouns), the activity explains the rules around possessive nouns and pronouns. There is an activity at the bottom of each page, and proofreading tips on the second page.
In this possessive nouns worksheet, learners correct the possessive nouns in the sentences to show belonging. Students complete 10 problems.
Possessive Nouns: indicating possession for people or things
In this possession worksheet, students complete the sentences with possessive nouns. Students complete 14 multiple choice questions.
Combining Sentences Using Plural Possessive Nouns
Does your pupils’ writing present the probability that they need practice with the plural possessive? Help is here! Learners combine pairs of sentences using a plural possessive noun. An answer key is provided.
Combining Sentences Using Singular Possessive Nouns
For this combining sentences worksheet, students combine pairs of sentences, writing as one using a singular possessive noun.
Is it yours, mine, or his? Get comfortable with possessive pronouns in a resource that contains a slide show and grammar activities. Once you review the basics, kids can use possessive pronouns easily and correctly in their writing.
As a way to explore possessive nouns in an interesting way, this presentation has a list of rules, examples, and practice questions. This would be a terrific way to review material you have already covered in class. You could also use it as a center activity.
The Power Of Possessives
The whole class with get when to use an apostrophe after this activity. They use apostrophes to show possession or ownership. This activity includes a discussion starter, a practice exercise, a story activity, and a practice worksheet.
Scrutinizing Stand-Ins: Working With Nouns and Pronouns
Use the Schoolhouse Rock episode, "Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla," to introduce a study of pronouns. Learners consider antecedents, cases (nominative, objective and possessive), as well as types of pronouns, and then craft sentences using various forms of this part of speech. The richly detailed plan includes discussion questions, activities, resource links, and extensions.
Positively Powerful Possessives
Learners, in groups, create clip art posters of rhyming words showing both singular and plural possessive forms of nouns. They also work textbook and worksheet activities.
In this possessive nouns practice worksheet, students review plural and singular possessive nouns and then rewrite 10 phrases using possessive nouns. Students also fill in the blanks in 5 sentences with possessive nouns.
For this possessive nouns worksheet, students practice their grammatical skills as they rewrite 8 sentences using 1 of the 5 possessive pronouns provided.