Possessive apostrophes: chimpanzee

3 - Whiteboard Challenges

Whiteboard Challenges

Challenge 1

Copy and complete the first sentence by putting in the possessive apostrophe.

Challenge 2

Rewrite the second sentence so that it contains a possessive apostrophe.

Challenge 3

Write your own scintillating sentence about the chimpanzees featured in the film clip, and include a possessive apostrophe within a pluralised noun (referring to more than one thing). See if you can use some of the descriptive words from the Word Wall.

Whiteboard Challenges

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1) The intelligent mothers rock was just the right size and strength for cracking open tough nuts.

2) Apart from their faces, ears, fingers and toes, the bodies, that belonged to the chimps, were covered in long black hair.

Word Wall

chimpanzee human-like intelligent mastered nut-cracking perfected cumbersome brittle rummaged hammered wielded undergrowth