Possessive Pronouns Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.6.1.A

Core Standard

Pronouns represent a person or thing. A possessive entitles a word to have ownership and clearly establish a relationship that a reader can understand. This means that something belongs to a chosen singular person or, in some cases, a group. These particular words come in only twelve different forms. Which make them easier to identify when given in sentence form. These words have a robust affinity to identify more towards a person than an object or place. They also have various degrees of strength associated with them. As you begin to see these types of terms more often, you will begin to understand what is appropriate and what is not. This cadre of worksheets help students identify words that declare a sense of ownership in the pronoun form.









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