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1 Possessive Nouns and Pronouns
Sharing Stories Lesson 4

2 Possessives Possessive means “belongs to”.
A possessive noun needs an apostrophe “s” (‘s) A possessive pronoun does not need an apostrophe “s” (‘s) *Some possessive pronouns are: her, hers, his, its, our, ours, and their

3 Examples: Tim becomes Tim’s he becomes his she becomes her girl becomes girl’s dog becomes dog’s

4 Work with your learning partner to come up with 2 more examples of possessives.

5 Comprehension and Language Arts Book Page 16

6 Try It! Write the possessive pronoun that would replace the underlined noun.
Her Megan’s brother is Nathan. _____________ The book’s cover was colorful. __________ He brought Andrew’s book to the library. _________ I want to borrow Megan’s and Martin’s book. _________ Its his their

7 Practice Write the possessive form of the noun at the end of each sentence.
Jeff’s _______ favorite is mystery. [Jeff] I read my ________ comic books. [friend] What is ______ favorite book? [you] The ______ covers were torn. [books] The __________ suggestion was very helpful. [librarian] friend’s your book’s librarian’s

8 Proofread Read the paragraph below
Proofread Read the paragraph below. Change any underlined possessive pronouns that are wrong. Write the correct word above the incorrect word. my ____________ Did you like mine book Runie the Unicorn? My mother’s friend gave it to me for mine birthday. Hers favorite part is when the unicorn finds the magic crystal in the forest. My favorite part is when the little girl helps the unicorn. I didn’t ruin the ending, did I? my ____________ Her ____________

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