Possessive Apostrophes: bottle-nosed dolphin
Read the first sentence and add the missing apostrophe to the correct position in the word ‘dolphins.’
Read the second sentence. Does the position of the apostrophe tell you that the sentence is talking about one or more than one oyster? How do you know?
Write your own scintillating sentence about the bottle-nosed dolphins featured in the film clip. Your sentence must include an apostrophe to show possession and some of the descriptive words from the Word Wall.
1) Each dolphins timing skills are essential to the group’s success.
2) The oysters’ razor sharp shells can be lethal to the dolphins.