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I I have got a ball. my It’s my ball.
You You have got a ball. your It’s your ball.
He He has got a ball. his It’s his ball.
She She has got a ball. her It’s her ball.
It It has got a ball. its It’s its ball.
We We have got a ball. our It’s our ball.
You You all have got a ball. your That’s your ball.
They They have got a ball. their It’s their ball.
I you he she it we you they my your his her its our your their Click the possessive pronouns to complete the chart
I you he she it we you they your your his her its our my their
I you he she it we you they his your your her its our my their
I you he she it we you they her your your his its our my their
I you he she it we you they its your your his her our my their
I you he she it we you they our your your his her its my their
I you he she it we you they your our your his her its my their
I you he she it we you they their our your his her its my your
Complete the sentences your our her its my This is Bart’s dog. It’s _________ dog. his
Complete the sentences your our its my This is Lisa’s bike. It’s _________ bike. her his
Complete the sentences your our its I have got a saxophone. It’s _______ saxophone. my his her
our its Dad, you have got a doughnut. It’s _______ doughnut. your his her my
our The dog has got a bone. It’s _______ bone. its his her my your
Bart and I have got a sister. It’s _______ sister. our his her my your its
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