Apostrophes for contraction
Some words have apostrophes where letters have been missed out (omitted) when two words have been joined together. These words have been contracted (shortened).
Let's watch a video to find out more:
There are lot's of examples of this in our story:
(Who is) Who's that crossing over my bridge?
(It is) It's only me.
(I am) I'm going to eat you up!
Now it's your turn to complete a 2Do to show you understand how to use apostrophes for contraction correctly.