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Apostrophes and Contractions Anchor Charts | KS1/KS2 Punctuation | Primary English

Apostrophes and Contractions Anchor Charts

These apostrophes and contractions anchor charts show illustrations, detailed information, and example diagrams. Included in this set are 32 flashcards demonstrating examples of how apostrophes and contractions form words. For instance, “have not > havenot > haven’t”. Can be used for display on a literacy wall or as a visual learning aid on tables.

Mastery of apostrophes and contractions contributes to a solid understanding of grammar rules, which is fundamental for effective written communication. These apostrophes and contractions anchor charts will help pupils avoid ambiguity in their writing by indicating possession or the omission of letters in contractions.

Includes:
What is an Apostrophe? What is a Contraction?, How an Apostrophe Forms a Contraction, Title Page, 32 Flashcards of Examples

Our apostrophes and contractions anchor charts are aligned with KS1/KS2 writing and punctuation on the primary national curriculum. This primary resource can be used with your ideas for literacy and punctuation activities, display boards, games, teaching material, learning aids, differentiation, homework, and lesson plans.

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