Possessive pronouns take the place of nouns - a person, place or thing - and show s possession or ownership. The possessive pronouns come before or after the noun of possession and make the sentence easier and shorter to say or read. While most nouns use an apostrophe to show possession, possessive pronouns do not use an apostrophe to show possession except for the possessive pronoun one's. The lesson by Turtle Diary on possessive pronouns lists the pronouns and shows examples in creative and engaging sentences. The lesson also touches on the grammar rule using the possessive pronoun with gerunds (verbs with "ing" that are used as nouns) and how to use each possessive pronoun. The lesson is easy to understand and uses concrete examples that help children recall how to use possessive pronouns.