Your student is asked to add the apostrophes in a variety of sentences in this worksheet.
An apostrophe is a versatile punctuation mark. It may stand for deleted letters, as in a contraction, or it may be a way to show ownership, as in a possessive, and it may look identical to a single quotation mark. These apostrophe worksheets are free for you to use in class or at home. Simply click on the title to view the details or to download the printable PDF.
Here’s a great practice worksheet for using apostrophes with possessive nouns!
It’s time to use apostrophes in contractions!
Wouldn’t, couldn’t, shouldn’t: all these are contractions in the negative form, which is the focus of this worksheet.
This fun match game helps young students recognize punctuation symbols.
“They’re,” “their” and “there” are the focus of this worksheet.
This worksheet features those commonly misused words, “its” and “it’s.”
The apostrophe makes all the difference in this worksheet on “your” and “you’re.”