Recently, we have been working on using apostrophes for possession – they can be complicated, especially when plurals are involved:
- One dog’s kennel was brand new. (One single dog owns the kennel.)
- The other dogs’ homes were older but more homely. (More than one dogs have a home.)
Your task is to create a poster that shows the main rules for using apostrophes for possession. You might want to draw lots of pictures as examples or simply make a little sentence display. The choice is yours.
A link to helpful information about apostrophes can be found here.