New! Possessive Nouns
3rd - 5th
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.
Unit 2 Grammar - Possessive Nouns
In this grammar learning exercise, 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.
In this using possessive nouns activity, 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.
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.
Singular, Plural and Collective Count Nouns
Reinforce nouns in your eighth grade classroom with an introductory conventions lesson plan. After reviewing the definitions for singular, plural, and collective nouns, kids view a series of slides to determine which nouns belong in which category. Turn the lesson plan into a grammar game for review.
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 learning exercise.
Possessive or plural? The class identifies singular and plural possessive pronouns in sentences, writes possessive pronouns that take the place of underlined words, and completes a multiple choice quiz. There are 32 questions to challenge your young grammarians.
Print each of the three worksheets here and staple them together to make a grammar packet! Kids review the rules for making regular and irregular singular nouns plural. They write plural forms in isolation and in sentences, choose singular nouns in a box and change them to plural in sentences, and choose multiple choice answers for misspelled plural nouns. There are 11 questions on each page.
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.
Articles, Plurals of Nouns
Looking for some straightforward practice exercises for your Spanish class? These might interest you. Made up of seven worksheets total, this resource covers definite articles, indefinite articles, noun-adjective agreement, plural nouns, and the placement of adjectives. While many are fill-in-the-blank worksheets, there are also translation and sentence-writing activities. Great for homework assignments or warm-up exercises.
Forming Plural Nouns
Interactive SMART Board activities provide young grammarians with practice changing singular nouns to plural nouns. Learners then create collages on which they inscribe the singular and plural form of the noun label.
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