Possessive Adjectives Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.3.2.D

Core Standard

When we have a noun that we wish portray ownership of we will often use possessive adjectives to do so. These adjectives are technically a form of pronoun that casts a sense of value or ownership. For example, in the sentence: I think Candice will miss her dance class tonight. The word “her” serves as the possessive adjective, yet it is a pronoun. That dual threat of classification causes a good source of confusion for students. This cache of worksheets will help students understand the use and form of possessive adjectives in sentences.