My students always have a hard time remembering when to add an s, when to add an apostrophe, and how to tell the difference between possession and contractions with S. This simple, quick worksheet reminds students (or teaches them for the first time, with your guidance!) which is which is which, and asks them to practice. They must choose the correct spelling as well as noting whether each example is a plural, possession, or contraction.
I used this worksheet with high school students with learning disabilities and severe academic disenfranchisement, but it could also be used in traditional middle schools as a teaching tool and high schools as a re-teaching tool. It is also highly recommended for alternative schools working with lower-level academic populations.
If you need the .docx versions this document in order to edit it, please let me know and I'll send it to you after your purchase!
-- Natasha Pettit --