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.
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 each singular noun below. In your sentence, turn the noun into a possessive noun.
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 - 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.
Sentence Fills - Write the possessive form of the noun in parentheses to show belonging.
Sentence Combos - Combine the two sentences to make one connective and concrete thought.
Question That - Write a sentence that includes each noun below. 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 on the line.