The possessive case (abbreviated pos or poss) of a language is a grammatical case used to indicate a relationship of possession. It is not the same as the genitive case, which can express a wider range of relationships, though the two have similar meanings in many languages. The term "possessive case" is often used to refer to the "'s" morpheme, which is suffixed onto many nouns in English to denote possession. Calling it a case is arguably not strictly correct some grammarians contend that this affix is actually a clitic. By descent, however, the English usage does stem from a case ending, Old English -es.
When talking about ownership, we must use the possessive case. This is an important subsection of nouns that students might need a lot of practice with. There are now 50 possessive case worksheets to choose from and more being added regularly by teachers just like you. Lets take a look at one of them to give you an idea of what to expect. This worksheet is useful for practicing possessives with elementary students. The simple design is very nice and the material is clearly organized. There are just two exercises on the worksheet but they both cover a lot of different rules regarding possessive nouns. When using this worksheet, be sure to create an answer key before handing it out. You may decide that this is not what you are looking for but take a look at other worksheets in this section to find a worksheet that you can use with your students. If you decide to make one of your own, share it with others by uploading it to this section of the site.