Apostrophe Worksheets To Print:
Rocking Out -
These are the commonly occurring contractions that you find in most situations when you are either writing or reading.
Birdie About His Way
- The birds say lots of two word phrases. Tell them another way
to say them. Write the following words correctly by adding the
Monstrous - We
bring in the concept of possessive words. The underline words either show
possession or are contractions.
Delicious - A
little word and contraction matching activity here for you. Cut and paste the fruit that contains the correct contraction on top of the matching cake.
Dancing with Apostrophes
- Dance with the contractions for a tune or two. You will use the words in the parenthesis as a hint for what is missing.
into Apostrophes - Some of the choices even abandon apostrophes
all together. Those that linger on the outside often confuse many young students.
with Apostrophes - Write the words that make up each contraction
on line. All of these sentences center around what they are cooking for dinner.
with Apostrophes - Color the skates that are correctly written
with an apostrophe. You can use whatever color you would like.
Contractions - Write the two words in the cloud that make up
the contraction. Going in the opposite direction is always helpful for you to better understand this topic.
Contractions - Read the sentence and circle the correct contraction
to complete the sentence.
Contractions - Read the sentences and circle the correct contraction
for the underlined words.
Apostrophes - Circle the word(s) that need an apostrophe. Write
the word(s) on the line correctly using an apostrophe.
Apostrophes - Write the word(s) on the line that need an apostrophe
in the following sentences.
Contractions - Circle the contraction in each sentence and write
the words that make up the contraction on the line.