Looking for fun ways to practice subjects and predicates? This Subject and Predicate Games packet contains 6 fun and engaging printable board games to help students to practice identifying simple subjects, complete subjects, simple predicates, and complete predicates!
We love this subjects and predicates grammar sort to teach our students simple subject, simple predicate, complete subject, and complete predicate. It's a great way to review as well as introduce the concepts! Enjoy with your middle school students.
Use this cute construction themed lesson to teach your students about the different types of subjects and predicates. Included are: Complete subject and predicate, Simple subject and predicate, and Compound subject and predicate.
Complete Subjects and Predicates - A Week of Practice
Subject and Predicate: Literacy Center Task Cards - If you are trying to see if your students understand the basics of being able to recognize the difference between complete subjects, simple subjects, complete predicates, or simple predicates, then these task cards are perfect for
$ These 33-slide presentations will dazzle your students with colorful animations while helping them learn about simple and complete subjects and predicates. Students will first learn about what simple and complete subjects and predicates are, then guide them to identifying them in sentences, and finish with fun test prep questions to solidify the standard. Students are on a quest to help Timmy Turtle win the Subject and Predicate Race. By Teachers Unleashed