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In spelling, we will be looking at using an apostrophe for possession. We will begin by looking at this for singular words and then move onto looking at it for plural words.
You will notice that the 'singular' sheets have stars in the bottom corner which is a difficulty rating from 1 to 3 (3 being the most difficult). Only one of these sheets needs to be completed.

Using an apostophe of possession with singular and proper nouns

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A proper noun is the name of a particular person, place, organisation, or thing. Proper nouns begin with a capital letter.
This is a recap about using apostrophes with singular and proper nouns.

Powerpoint for apostrophes for singular and proper nouns

Resources to practise singular possessive apostrophe

Apostrophes for plural possession

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Powerpoint for plural possession

How to use Apostrophes

Extra guidance as this short video explains how to use apostrophes in contractions and also to show ownership.