Introduce this much-loved classic to your students and review grammar in context.
Read Charlotte's Web
aloud or in Literature Circles and review singular and plural possessive nouns within the context of this classic tale by E.B. White. You can't leave Charlotte's Web
off of the list when the possessive noun form is in the title! Think Wilbur's
pigpen and the animals'
conversations. Give this unique product a try and make sense of this often confusing grammar structure for your students. This product is divided into four sections: Chapters 1-6, 7-12, 13-20 and 21-22 to allow you to read and review.
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Please note that this product differs only slightly from the sections on possessive nouns found in Charlotte's Web: CCSS-Aligned Novel Work
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Do your students need even more practice with this tricky grammar structure? Do you need to give them more authentic examples and real context? If you and/or your students have read these other novels, then check out
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• The Indian in the Cupboard: Possessive Nouns
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