Plural Possessive Nouns

Plural Possessive Nouns show that something is owned by more than one preson, place, or thing. Like singular possessive nouns, plural possessive nouns are created by adding an -'s to the noun. However, if the noun already ends in s, add only an apostrophe to the end of the word. For example: men's shoes, geese's feathers, books' covers, buildings' windows. 


Animal Parts     Describe a recognizable feature of a certain type of animal. For example: These are long, spotted, and stretch into the trees. Have a family member respond with the plural possessive name of the animal and the feature. For example: giraffe's necks.