Singular Possessive Noun Worksheets:
Combining Sentences - Read each pair of sentences. Then combine them to create one sentence, using a singular possessive noun.
What Owns You? - Write the correct form of the noun to show what belongs to whom. These are shorter sentences to work with.
That Belongs To Me! - Write your thoughts in a manner that shows who owns each belonging. Follow the example.
Making Singular Nouns - Write an original sentence that uses all of the different terms that are given to you. In your sentence, turn you make an adjustment to the part of speech used.
Mark the Spot! - Read each sentence below. If the possessive noun in the sentence is correct, put a check on the line.
Under the Lines - Evaluate each of your choices to complete the sentences. Underline the correct possessive noun. Rewrite the sentence on the line.
It's Possessed - Rewrite each sentence to include a sense of ownership for the object or subject. The use of objects is appropriate and makes sense.
Sentence Fills - Write the possessive form of the noun in parentheses to show belonging. Also feel free to add articles where they may be needed.
Sentence Combos - Combine the two sentences to make one connective and concrete thought. You may need to make a shift in a part of speech along the way.
Question That - Write a sentence that uses each of the words that you are given. In your sentence, make the noun show who it belongs to.
Finish That Sentence - It only takes a word or two. You will need to make adjustments to words in these sentences.
Make Them One - Read the two sentences. Then combine them by filling in the two blanks with the correct possessive noun and a common noun.
Correctness - This will require quite a number of words that you will extract from the sentences in front of you.
Bad Example - Find the error in each sentence. You will then need to write a correction for a term in the sentence on each of the lines.