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Possessive Noun Digital Grammar 2nd Grade Google Classroom Distance Learning
How about using these digital task cards to teach possessive nouns? These can be used with Google Classroom or Google Drive apps. Includes anchor charts that play like a PowerPoint presentation, a paperless option, and an option to use a recording sheet. These cover the Common Core standards for 2nd grade. They can be used also in 3rd grade or even first grade classrooms also. Ideal for use as grammar center activities, but you can use these for teaching this important ELA concept or practice.
Singular and Plural Possessives Task Cards: BOOM Cards
These singular and plural possessive noun task cards are paperless! They are part of the new Boom Learning platform. Students just need an iPad or a computer, and they can complete these task cards online. They are even self-checking!This set of 20 task cards focus on correctly using the apostrophe to form singular possessive nouns and plural possessive nouns.
Possessive Nouns PowerPoint and Worksheets
Possessive Nouns. Join Clean Class TV and learn how to form possessive nouns using apostrophes! Common Core Standards Covered:L.1.1.b: Use common, proper, and possessive nouns.L.2.2.c: Use an apostrophe to form frequently occurring possessives.L.3.2.d: Form and use possessives.Students work through the interactive PowerPoint slides with their whiteboards and learn the different rules that determine the correct formation of possessive nouns. Six printables (including a flip flap book) included.
Hot Chocolate Singular & Plural Nouns FREEBIE
This FREEBIE is a perfect addition to a singular and plural noun activity. It has an adorable hot chocolate theme! There are 3 posters for singular nouns, plural nouns and rules of a plural noun. There is a worksheet for the students to make singular nouns into plural nouns.
Possessive Nouns (Mini-Book and Games, Fairy Tale Theme)
This packet includes a mini-book about possessive nouns. There is also a find someone who game and a "show me" game where students will have to decide if the word is possessive or plural. This is a great packet for quick mini-lessons about signular possessive nouns.