Possessive Noun Worksheets

Related Standard: L.3.2.D

Core Standard

Nouns that indicate a sense of ownership are called possessives. They are denoted in writing, the singular form, by adding an apostrophe followed by the letter "s" at the end of the noun. When working with more than one (plural), you simply add the letter "s" to the end of the word. There is a difference between the use of possessives between American and British English. They each handle inanimate objects slightly differently. These worksheets follow the American English form and use for these parts of speech. Students will learn how to make word display and write providing a sense of ownership in the proper tense.









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