This free, printable worksheet gets students focusing on both simple and complete subjects and predicates. Read the sentences with your child, and have them complete the exercises. Also includes a writing activity at the end which can be done with a partner or parent. Read more at http://kidspressmagazine.com/subject-and-predicate/worksheets/misc/simple-subjects-and-predicates.html#BB6V5D3uo7m6oJhE.99 #grammar, #english, #worksheet, #subject, #predicate
This is an exercise to help students understand subjects and predicates. If you like this, it's a part of a larger packet in my store: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/What-is-the-Meaning-of-This-Common-Core-and-TEKS-based-activities
This resource describes a subject and predicate with examples using power-point slides which are editable. It also includes an exercise, which can be projected from the computer. Students are to identify the subject in each of the sentences. They are also asked to write their own sentences with the subject at the beginning, middle and end of the sentences.
Grocabulary exercises combine grammar practice with funny vocabulary words which get students thinking about using context clues to determine unfamiliar word meanings. The result? Laughter, engagement, and grammar practice!