Baking Up Some Possessive Nouns!

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Bake up some possessive nouns with this fun and interactive PowerPoint!

Use this PowerPoint Show to help your students understand the differences between singular and plural possessive nouns. This can be a very tricky topic for kids!

In this bundle, you will get:

1. A 54 slide PowerPoint Show
2. An anchor chart that students can refer to during the lesson
3. A 15 question quiz with answer key so you can assess their knowledge

I have embedded the fonts into this file so you should not have to download any fonts. Check the preview file to see proper formatting. If it is not showing up correctly on your computer, please email me and I will get it fixed!

DISCLAIMER: The PowerPoint in this file is a PowerPoint Show file. You will not be able to edit this file, as it breaks the copyright of the images used in the presentation. In addition, you will not be able to print the slides of this presentation. If you teach in a virtual classroom, this product may not work on your platform.


I appreciate your feedback! I work very hard on my products and I proofread multiple times. If you do find errors, please follow the TpT Guidelines and let me know so I can fix it (at the Ask a Question Tab) before leaving negative feedback. You can always email me at olmsted.jessi@gmail.com and I will reply within 24 hours.

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Teaching Duration
3 Days

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Baking Up Some Possessive Nouns!
Baking Up Some Possessive Nouns!
Baking Up Some Possessive Nouns!