Here’s a great practice worksheet for using apostrophes with possessive nouns!
Possessive Nouns Worksheets
What is a possessive noun? A possessive noun is formed to show that the noun in question owns another object. Possessive nouns can be singular or plural; they are made possessive by adding an apostrophe and the letter "s". Possessive nouns act like adjectives in a sentence, as they describe the object that is owned. Ex. The ladybug's spots are black, but all the asparagus beetles' spots are white. In this sentence, "ladybug's" is a singular possessive noun that describes the spots of one ladybug, while "asparagus beetles'" is a plural possessive noun describing the spots of a group of beetles. use these free printable worksheets at home or in the classroom.
Write the irregular plural form of each noun. Write the correct possessive form for each belonging.
Combine the two sentences. Write one sentence using a plural possessive noun.
Write the correct possessive noun to show each belonging.
Combine the two sentences. Write one sentence using a singular possessive noun.