Practice complete sentences on a middle school level with Subject and Predicate Sentence Writing! This worksheet lets students get creative as they identify parts of sentences and then write their own silly concoctions.
This product introduces subjects and predicates in a mini-lesson. Students are given definitions, examples and opportunities to practice identifyi.
Subject and Predicate Posters
Subject and Predicate PostersSubject and Predicate Posters are the perfect visual reminder for students learning to separate the subject and predicate in a sentence. This primary poster set includes four posters based on subject and predicates. It is themed in yellow and blue with a chevron background and matching clip art.1 - Tells that a complete sentence requires both a subject and predicate.2 - Defines a subject with clip art two examples.3 - Defines a predicate with clip art and…
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.
Subject and Predicate Task Cards and Anchor Charts
This Subject and Predicate Task Card product (sometimes referred to as Parts of a Sentence) is Common Core aligned for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade and includes 36 task cards, 4 instructional pages (anchor charts) with explanations and examples of simple subjects, complete subjects, simple predicates, and complete predicates. 24 task cards are multiple choice and 12 task cards ask the student to complete an answer to show they understand subject and predicate.
Teaching about subject complements? This Power Point Presentation gives students definitions and examples of direct objects, indirect objects, predicate nominatives (or nouns), and predicate adjectives. After each definition and example, students have the chance to test their knowledge by examining sentences and being given answers on the following slides. The colors and pictures keep your students engaged. I also used this with a college English class for review. Created by "That Teacher."