Apostrophes in Contractions With Punctuation Pig

Apostrophes in Contractions With Punctuation Pig

A contraction is a word that is shortened by dropping one or more letters. An apostrophe then takes the place of the missing letters. Examples of contractions include "can't" and "shouldn't." In this worksheet, learners will add apostrophes to un-punctuated contractions, then write the contractions for 10 words. Designed for second and third graders, this worksheet offers robust practice for students of grammar and mechanics.

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