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Possessive Nouns. A possessive noun is a noun that shows ownership. To form the possessive of a singular noun, add an apostrophe and s.

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possessive nouns

Possessive Nouns

A possessive noun is a noun that shows ownership.

To form the possessive of a singular noun, add an apostrophe and s

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Read each sentence. Rewrite the sentences on your own paper. Circle the possessive noun in each sentence. Underline what is owned. When you are finished, use the down arrow to check your answers.
  • The teacher’s dog came for show and tell.
  • Billy’s cat came, too.
  • The cat scratched the dog’s nose.
  • Susie wanted to look at Billy’s ants. He told them that they were called workers.
  • Workers take care of the queen’s eggs.
  • They also hold another ant’s legs to make a bridge when climbing.
  • The coolest pet at show and tell was Kevin’s lizard.
check your answers use the down arrow to see how many you got right
Check your answers!! Use the down arrow to see how many you got right!
  • The teacher’s dog came for show and tell.
  • Billy’s cat came, too.
  • The cat scratched the dog’s nose.
  • Susie wanted to look at Billy’s ants. He told them that they were called workers.
  • Workers take care of the Queen’s eggs.
  • They also hold another ant’s legs to make a bridge when climbing.
  • The coolest pet at show and tell was Kevin’s lizard.
challenge work
Challenge Work!!
  • Write two new sentences using possessive nouns. Switch papers with a neighbor. Circle the possessive noun in each sentence. Underline what is owned. Make sure that it has a capital letter and an end mark.
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