This is another free apostrophe worksheet that I made for the kids last week. This worksheet is mostly about showing possession and touches on possessive pronouns.
In general apostrophes are used
- to show possession
- to show that a letter or letters have been omitted (ie. contractions)
- the plural of letters, numbers, and symbols
If you can use it, this apostrophe worksheet is free to download. There is an answer sheet too (though it is not shown in the picture below):
If you need to work on contractions with your kids, we have some free worksheets on the blog like this Free Cupcake Contraction Activity and worksheet or this Grammar Practice: Possessive Nouns and Pronouns. And this post Various Free Grammar Sheets also has some free worksheets on apostrophes.
I printed the page above out on the back of the homophone worksheet I made for her. (they’re/their/there, its/it’s, way/weigh, etc.) which I shared a few days ago.
Other Grammar Sheets We Have Available:
- Their, They’re, There – Its, It’s Free Practice Sheets
- Here is a recent practice sheet I made for their/there/they’re and its/it’s
- Grammar Practice: Possessive Nouns and Pronouns
- Free Grammar Worksheets: Homophones (words that sound the same, but are spelled differently)
- The use of apostrophes, quotation marks and underlining
- Grammar Practice Sheets: Irregular Verbs and Nouns
- More Irregular Verb and Plural Noun Practice Sheets
- Grammar Sheets: Lay-Lie, Piece-Peace, Accept-Except
- Grammar Rules & Review Sheet: rules about using capital letters, commas and letter writing for 1st grade
Spelling Activities we have over at our blog:
You might also be interested in this post: Our Homeschool Language Arts, Spelling, and Grammar Curriculum