Yesterday we learnt to use apostrophes for contraction (shortening 2 words to make one word e.g. didn’t).
Today we are learning about a different way to use the apostrophe. You should remember this from our lessons earlier in the year. An apostrophe can be used to show that one thing belongs to something. This is called a possessive apostrophe .
Your work has been set on Education City. The game is called ‘Possessive Obsession’. You will find it in the homework.
Once you finish, can you write some sentences on the blog using the possessive apostrophe?
E.g. Miss Smith’s fluffy, grey cat is very lazy.