Who's the Best at Figuring Out Whose Grammar Is Better?
This National Grammar Day, help your child learn the difference between the words whose and who's, which can often get the best of kids. Whose shows possession while asking a question: "Whose mustard is this?" Who's is a contraction for who is: "Who's going to play paintball with me?" Remind your child that the apostrophe shows who’s is a contraction and can’t be a possessive word.