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Grammar: Possessive Pronouns Discuss this eTheme.

Theses sites are about possessive pronouns, rules on how to use possessive pronouns, and examples of them. Interactive quizzes, a PowerPoint, and classroom exercises are included. There are links to eThemes Resources on Pronouns and Possessive Noun.

Grades

  • 3,
  • 4,
  • 5

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Read a section of possessive pronouns to learn about what they are and how they use.
Students practice using possessive pronouns (e.g., mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, yours, theirs) with this board game.
Practice completing each sentence with the appropriate possessive pronoun.
Practice identifying the correct possessive pronoun in this "Whose Bag Is It?" activity. Includes: large flashcards, possessive pronoun cards, and bags to match possessives.
Use these daily grammar sentences to have students practice using possessive pronouns correctly.
This two-page PDF provides additional practice opportunities identifying appropriate possessive pronouns.
Review possessive pronoun lesson before beginning a quiz.
Take a self-study quiz to practice possessive pronoun usage. Answers can be found from a pull down menu.
Choose Lesson D to practice possessive pronouns.
These sites explain the different types of pronouns, including personal, possessive, demonstrative, and more. There are charts, handouts, online games, an animated movie, and lyrics to a Schoolhouse Rock song. Includes a link to an eThemes resource that is an overview of the parts of speech.
Theses sites are about possessive nouns. Includes rules on how to form possessive nouns and examples of them. There are interactive quizzes, games, a PowerPoint, and classroom exercises. There is also a link to an eThemes Resource on nouns.

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