Plural Possessive Nouns Created by Andrea White 2 nd Grade

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Plural Possessive Nouns Created by Andrea White 2 nd Grade Slide 2 Plural nouns are nouns that show more than one. chairs berries birds papers books Slide 3 You can show that more than one person or thing owns something. chairs cushions berries stems birds nest papers lines books pages Slide 4 These kinds of nouns are called plural possessive nouns. The bikes helmets are in the closet. The toys shelves are full. The games boxes are over there. Slide 5 If a plural noun (shows more than one) ends in s or es, just add an apostrophe () at the end of the word. The rabbits food is in the bowl. rabbits is a plural noun rabbits owns its food rabbits end with a s, just add rabbits food Slide 6 The cats paws are clean. cats is a plural noun. cats own their paws. cats end with a s just add a () cats paws. Slide 7 Many books covers are torn. books is a plural noun books own the covers. books ends with a s just add () books covers Slide 8 Lets explore plural possessive nouns some more. Plural nounsPlural Possessive doctorsdoctors ______ girlsgirls _______ studentsstudents _______ ballsballs _______ tigerstigers _______ Slide 9 Some plural nouns do not end with a s. Remember the nouns that changed spelling. people mice teeth geese children Slide 10 If a plural noun does not end in a s, add an apostrophe () and an s (s) Plural NounPlural Possessive Noun peoplepeoples cars micemices feet teethteeths gums geesegeeses feathers childrenchildrens balls Slide 11 dogs dogs Which noun is plural possessive? Slide 12 teachers Slide 13 lamps lamps Slide 14 trucks trucks Slide 15 clocks clocks Slide 16 trees trees Slide 17 Now lets change the nouns shown in the ( ) to plural possessive nouns. The (mothers) meeting was long. The mothers meeting was long. Slide 18 The (people) clothes were wet. The peoples clothes were wet. Slide 19 The (pans) lids were off. The pans lids were off. Slide 20 The (students) desks were moved. The students desk were moved. Slide 21 The (children) cupcakes were yummy. The childrens cupcakes were yummy. Slide 22 The (trees) leaves were changing colors. The trees leaves were changing colors. Slide 23 Lets review.. A possessive noun shows who or what owns something. Add an apostrophe () to make plural nouns that end in s possessive. Add an apostrophe () and an s to make plural nouns that do not end in s possessive.