Give context to your grammar review! Read From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
aloud in or in Literature Circles and review singular and plural possessive nouns within the context of this inventive tale about a brother and sister who run away to New York City and spend a week hiding out in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This product is divided into three sections: Chapters 1-3, 4-6 and 7-10.
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All items are original and derive from the story except where a page number is referenced.
Please note that this product differs only slightly from the sections on possessive nouns found in From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler: CCSS-Aligned Novel Work
Do your students need 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:
• Pictures of Hollis Woods: Possessive Nouns
• By the Great Horn Spoon: Possessive Nouns
• Everything on a Waffle: Possessive Nouns
• Because of Winn-Dixie: Possessive Nouns
• Tuck Everlasting: Possessive Nouns
• Number the Stars: Possessive Nouns
• Charlotte's Web: Possessive Nouns
• Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Possessive Nouns
• The Indian in the Cupboard: Possessive Nouns
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