Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading

Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading
Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading
Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading
Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading
Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading
Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading
Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading
Possessive Nouns | Hands-on Reading
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  1. This is the GROWING Language Domain Bundle of all of my second grade Hands-on Reading units. When it is complete it will cover ALL of the second grade Common Core Standards for Language (conventions and vocabulary). To see a preview of what is included, click on the individual units. **As units are
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Teach students to use apostrophes in possessives with this engaging hands-on resource. This bundle includes seven days of lessons and activities, a PowerPoint presentation, an anchor chart, an interactive notebook page, class games, task cards, a fun possessive cootie catcher, and a quick assessment. This is a complete hands-on mini unit.

Included in this resource:

  • Weekly Overview
  • Day 1 - PowerPoint Presentation – Possessives
  • Possessive Nouns Anchor Chart
  • Day 2 – Interactive Notebook
  • Day 3 – Make a Possessive Noun Partner Game
  • Day 4 – Possessives in a Row Board Game with Recording Sheet
  • Day 5 – Possessive Nouns Task Cards
  • Day 6 – Possessive Noun Cootie Catcher with Recording Sheet
  • Day 7 – Possessive Nouns Assessment

I am a believer in a hands-on approach to teaching. Students learn when they are deeply engaged in the learning process. But, what does it mean to be hands-on in your literacy block? From my experience with reading instruction, my students learn best when they are reading, talking about what they are reading, conversing with their friends, moving, and involved in deep discussion. Students learn so much from each other and I believe that the language arts classroom should be anything but silent.

This unit focuses on the following standard:

L.2.2.C – Use an apostrophe to form contractions and frequently occurring possessives.

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Use an apostrophe to form contractions and frequently occurring possessives.
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Total Pages
47 pages
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1 Week
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