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- This bundle contains multiple resources for reviewing apostrophe rules related to forming singular possessive nouns and plural possessive nouns. The apostrophe rules featured in this bundle include:Add 's to singular nouns. (the girl's necklace)Add ONLY the apostrophe to plural nouns that end in -s.$9.99$19.50Save $9.51
Students will differentiate between words that need an apostrophe before the -s to show ownership, and words that end in -s that do not show ownership. Students will form and use singular possessive nouns.
This 31-slide PowerPoint is a step-by-step presentation that teaches students when and how to use apostrophes in singular possessive nouns. It begins with a comprehensive review of what a possessive noun is. Then, there are several slides which focus on using an apostrophe-s to show possession. Students have an opportunity to differentiate between sentences that are showing possession (therefore requiring an apostrophe), and sentences that are NOT showing possession (therefore needing NO apostrophe).
It concludes with 13 multiple-choice practice slides.
***A PowerPoint companion handout is also included in this file. Students can follow along and record answers on this handout as you progress through the PowerPoint! The companion handout is available in both printable format or digital format. The digital version is compatible with Google Slides and is ideal for distance learning.**
Also, you DO have my permission to convert this PowerPoint to a Google Slides format to share with your students.
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