Possessive adjectives are extremely important for learners of English. Words like my, your, his, her, their and our belong among the most frequent ones in English. Thus, you have to know them. Moreover, you have to learn them early to be able to understand and communicate in the foreign language.
[showmyads] To help your students learn these super important words, Susan Brodar and I have created this post. There is an awesome chant by Susan, a clear mind map with several activities for your classroom, a quiz and a game. We are pretty sure that these activities will make it easier for your students to remember the possessive adjectives in English.
Possessive adjectives – chant
First, ask the students to listen and then listen and repeat together with Susan.
Possessive adjectives – mind map
Possessive adjectives – Quizzes
The second game is called Teacher Invaders. Students’ aim is to complete each sentence with the correct possessive adjective and then shoot all the Invaders. Good luck. As the game is in Flash it will play only on desktops.
Possessive adjectives – Links
There are some wonderful materials by British Council here.