A person, place, or thing that expresses ownership is referred to as a possessive noun. Typically, an apostrophe and a s are used to indicate this. The right use of an apostrophe to indicate possession inside a phrase is reinforced by these Possessive Nouns worksheets for 3rd grade.
These exercises on possessive nouns in grade 3 are excellent for homework, solo practice, morning work, and tests. In this grammar exercise, kids discover how apostrophes indicate the proper possessive form of a noun. Students initially go over examples of how to indicate possession by adding an apostrophe to the end of a singular or plural noun.
They then practice using proper punctuation and possessive form when composing sentences. These possessive noun worksheets for third graders help learners comprehend grammar, mechanics, and punctuation. get your hands on these printable possessive noun worksheets for grade three today!