Using Possessives Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.3.2.D

Core Standard

The possessive form of a noun indicates a level of ownership between one thing and the other. An apostrophe and the letter "s" usually are found on the end of the noun to demonstrate possession. For example, if we were to refer to a book bag that is owned by Maggie; we would call it "Maggie's bookbag". When we use this type of word, we are attaching to things together. In the previous example, we formed a connection between Maggie and a particular bookbag. It is also important to note that this technique can be applied to singular or plural forms of a word. These worksheets will help students better understand the focus of possessives in language and their use.









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