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Possessive Nouns. Developed by Amy Thornton 4 th Grade Dyer Elementary School. Singular Possessive Nouns. Possessive nouns show ownership. A singular possessive noun shows ownership by one person, place, or thing. Plural Possessive Nouns.

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Possessive Nouns

Developed by

Amy Thornton

4th Grade

Dyer Elementary School


Singular Possessive Nouns

  • Possessive nouns show ownership.

  • A singular possessive noun shows ownership by one person, place, or thing.


Plural Possessive Nouns

  • Plural possessive nouns show ownership by more than one person, place or thing.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The farmers’ chickens

were for sale.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The farmers’ chickens

were for sale.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The farmers’ chickens

were for sale.

plural


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The boy’s dog is barking.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The boy’s dog is barking.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The boy’s dog is barking.

singular


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The men’s eyes

looked shocked.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The men’s eyes

looked shocked.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The men’s eyes

looked shocked.

plural


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The bird’s wing was broken.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The bird’s wing was broken.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The bird’s wing was broken.

singular


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The calves’ tails were swaying in the wind.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The calves’ tails were swaying in the wind.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The calves’ tails were swaying in the wind.

plural


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The hens’ clucking was

very annoying.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The hens’ clucking was

very annoying.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The hens’ clucking was

very annoying.

plural


Singular or Plural Possessive??

Donna’s brother was

in the army.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

Donna’s brother was

in the army.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

Donna’s brother was

in the army.

singular


Singular or Plural Possessive??

Those deer’s mother was looking for food.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

Those deer’s mother was looking for food.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

Those deer’s mother was looking for food.

plural


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The singer’s voice

was beautiful.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The singer’s voice

was beautiful.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

The singer’s voice

was beautiful.

singular


Singular or Plural Possessive??

This is Joan’s book.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

This is Joan’s book.


Singular or Plural Possessive??

This is Joan’s book.

singular


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