These sheets use cartoons to explain when to write 'it's and when to write 'its'. Crazy Dog hates getting apostrophes stuck in his tail and loves rain... Pupils make up plenty of their own sentences using 'it's' and then plenty of their own using 'its'. Only then let them switch between the two! Note: the first page starts 'When does 'its' need an apostrophe?' Give that one first so that it makes sense as a little story.
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