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Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt

Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt
Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt
Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt
Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt
Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt
Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt
Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt
Contractions or Possessive Nouns Hunt
Product Description
Want your kiddos to finally understand the difference between Contractions and Possessive Nouns? Get them to understand the use of an apostrophe with this highly engaging scavenger hunt!

This resource is included in the North Pole Express Unit. Click here to grab this huge unit of over 150 resources!

Included:
Contractions Poster
Possessive Nouns Poster
Anchor Chart Titles
28 Contractions vs. Possessive Noun cards
Recording Sheet
Answer Key

Give each student a card. They need to tape the card somewhere visibly in the room. Students will then hunt around the room trying to find all of the cards.

If the card is a contraction, they need to write the two words that made the contraction. If it is a Possessive Noun, they will write it and write something that person, place, or thing could own.

For example…
It’s = it is
Joe’s = Joe’s hat

Total Pages
16 pages
Answer Key
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