In 3/4C, we have been learning about apostrophes.
An apostrophe is a type of punctuation and it fits in with the “Conventions” writing trait.
Apostrophes can be confusing. Here are some tips that might help. Thanks to Mrs Morris who created this slideshow.
After a big discussion about apostrophes where students brainstormed sentences that did and did not require apostrophes, they demonstrated their learning in a creative way on their iPads. Students made comics and had to feature apostrophes correctly. You can view some examples of the students’ work below.
A lot of people think any word that ends with an s needs an apostrophe. Remember, unless there is ownership in a sentence, plurals do not need an apostrophe.
What is wrong with this picture?