Give context to your grammar review! Read The Indian in the Cupboard
aloud or in Literature Circles and review singular and plural possessive nouns within the context of this magical story. This product is divided into three sections: Chapters 1-5, 6-10, and 11-16. Read, review grammar and stimulate discussion of the story all at once.
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All items are original and derive from the story except where a page number is referenced.
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
• From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler: Possessive Nouns
• Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Possessive Nouns
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