Spelling - Dial a Word
Write out your spellings by copying them correctly. Use the keypad to help you text the word in the second column.
Set 1 Set 2
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An apostrophe is the same shape as a comma (,) but placed above the line (').
Apostrophes can be used to show that something belongs to someone or something. This is called possession. There are two types of possession:
singular (belonging to one person or thing)
plural (belong to more than one person or thing)
Watch the following video to explain this further.
1. Copy out the sentences and include the missing apostrophe.
2. Tick the sentences that use the apostrophes correctly
3. Re-write the sentences with the apostrophe in the correct place
How many synonyms and antonyms can you think of for the following words?
Synonym: word that has the same meaning as another
Antonym: word that has the opposite meaning
Create your own wanted poster for one of these pirates. Use the vocabulary grids below to help you. Make sure to use at least three possessive apostrophes in your writing. e.g. Scarface Billy's hair is blonde and tied back in a pony tail.
Read the text 'All about Spring' and answer the comprehension questions. Remember to use your skimming and scanning skills and that the answers can always be found in the text.