Today we are continuing to learn about using apostrophes for possession. Remember, when we own or have something we call it possession. Sometimes using the words ‘belongs to’ does not sound right. We could say ‘the pen belongs to Miss Morley’ or we could use an apostrophe to show possession, ‘Miss Morley’s pen’. Listen to the PowerPoint again to recap. I would then like you to go onto BBC Bitesize’s website, https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zx9ydxs
Work your way through the page and take the quiz at the end. If you would like an extra task, you can write three sentences which include possessive apostrophes. Remember to start your sentences with a capital letter, leave finger spaces between your words, include adjectives and end your sentences with a piece of punctuation.
An example sentence could be:
My cat’s whiskers are wiry and black.