2SPI 0601. 1. 1 Identify the correct use of nouns (i. e SPI Identify the correct use of nouns (i.e., common/proper, singular/plural, possessives) and pronouns (i.e., agreement, subject, object) within context. SPI Identify the correct spelling of plurals and possessives.State Standards
3I can identify the correct spelling of plurals and possessives. I can use singular and plural possessive nouns correctly.I can statements.
5For a noun to be possessive it has to own something. 1. A noun is possessive if a phrase can be changed to say that an item or idea belongs to someone else.Example: The musket that belongs to Pa was lost.Pa’s musket was lost.For a noun to be possessive it has to own something.
6Singular Possessive Nouns Possessive Nouns name who or what has or owns something.2. Form a singular possessive noun by adding ‘s.Examples: Boy’s, Girl’s, Judy’s, Sister’sThe boy’s puppy is brown.Singular Possessive Nouns
73. Every possessive noun is followed closely by a singular or plural noun. 4. This noun is what the possessive noun owns.The car’s headlights are broken.Car’s – possessive nounHeadlights – what the cars owns
8Rewrite each phrase to use the possessive form of each underlined noun. 1. The gloves of the batter2. The uniform of the class3. The car of my dad4. The dog of the boy
9The batter’s glovesThe class’s uniformMy dad’s carThe boy’s dogRewrite each phrase to use the possessive form of each underlined noun.The gloves of the batterThe uniform of the classThe car of my dadThe dog of the boy
10Write down what you think is happening in this picture.
111. Form a plural possessive noun that ends in s by adding an (apostrophe) ‘ . Examples: Boys’, Girls’, Families’, Schools’ The boys’ shoe section was closed for repairs.Plural Possessive
12Irregular Plural Nouns 2. Form an irregular plural possessive noun add an ‘s .Examples:deer’s, men’s, sheep’s, mice’sThe men’s soccer game has been cancelled.Several of the deer’s antlers were broken.Irregular Plural Nouns
13For the following slides write if the sign needs to be plural or possessive. If the slide needs to be possessive, write the possessive noun correctly.Plural or Possessive