Oct 23, 2016 ... Teaching possessive nouns can be accomplished in three days: one day for singular possessive nouns, one for plural possessives, and one for mixed practice.
This animated reading and writing resource page with lesson plans and teaching tips, teaches kindergarten to 3rd grade students different ways to make singular and plural nouns possessive.
Use Flocabulary's educational rap video and lesson activities to teach and learn how to form possessive nouns.
Learn more about possessive nouns. Our lessons offer detailed explanations along with exercises to test your knowledge.
The term singular possessive refers to one possessor whereas the term plural possessive refers to more than one possessor. The song Belongings (Sing Your Way Through Phonics CD, Vol. 3) helps students remember the rule for forming singular and plural possessives. A possessor can be a noun (boy's, girl's, John's, ...
Apr 16, 2014 ... Two weeks ago we finished learning about contractions, and we were ready to move on to plural and possessive nouns. This can be tricky in Grade 2, especially when they can become confused about the different uses of apostrophes. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to try Laura Candler's ...
Teaching your students about possessive nouns? This lesson plan uses a video lesson to explain how, when and why to make a noun possessive, using...