POSSESSIVE NOUNS LESSON:
Possessive Nouns teaches students to form, spell, and use Possessive Nouns in their writing with this Common Core-aligned lesson and a balanced mix of higher and lower level hands-on activities:
• a short Reading Passage-read as a whole group and then in small groups to increase fluency
• Comprehension Activity-Main Ideas and Details (great for Interactive Notebooks!)
• Questions to assess informational text comprehension
• Sentence Writing practice using Possessive Nouns
• Possessive Nouns Cut and Paste Square Chart
• Expository Paragraph-we take students through entire Writing Process!
Possessive Nouns, aligned with these 2nd Grade Common Core Reading, Writing, and Language Standards (CC.2.RI.1, CC.2.RI.4, CC.2.W.2, CC.2.L.2c), can be purchased separately or as part of our 2ND GRADE COMMON CORE LANGUAGE UNIT
We've included a full color Possessive Nouns Poster that's ready to print, laminate, and hang in your classroom, a color copy of the Possessive Nouns lesson for your White Board, black and white versions of the lesson and activities to make copies for your students, answer pages, and a grading rubric for the higher level Writing Practice.
Download the Possessive Nouns Preview to see the complete Table of Contents, Lesson Plans, Common Core Alignment, and samples from the lesson and Possessive Nouns activities.
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