The fairy tale characters will engage your students. There is a note-taking anchor chart explaining the rules of forming possessive nouns; three practice pages (one for singular nouns; one for plural nouns ending in s; one for plural nouns not ending in s); Possessive Princess card activity (instructions below); 12 task cards! Great for center activities or independent work.
The princess in the kingdom thinks everything belongs to her. It is your job to take over the kingdom and make her give back things that rightfully belong to others.
Directions: Place both decks of cards face down. If playing with a partner, take turns drawing one card from each pile (if playing alone there’s no need to take turns). Write a phrase using the correct possessive form to show the character or characters on Card A having ownership of the object on Card B.
Example 1: If Card A is Cinderella and Card B is pumpkin, you would write, Cinderella’s pumpkin.
Example 2: If Card A is princesses and Card B is magic potion, you would write princesses’ magic potion.
Example 3: If Card A is mice and Card B is cheese, you would write mice’s cheese.