Subject and Predicate Worksheets Your Students Will LOVE!
Do you need subject and predicate worksheets?
Subject and predicate can be… well… frankly the most boring of all grammar topics.
This grammar concept is so important for students (good-bye, run-on sentences!), but giving students subject and predicate review is far from fun.
I cannot wait to show you these subject and predicate color by number worksheets!
These are worksheets that your students will actually ask for more (I’m serious!).
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What is an example of subject and predicate?
Need a little refresher on subject and predicate?
Here are some subject and predicate examples!
In the following sentences, the bolded words are the subject. The italicized are the predicate.
The silly bunny ran super fast.
The beautiful butterfly flew very high.
The jumping monkey is eating a banana.
I have more information on this topic on my blog post, Digital Games for Subject and Predicate. Click HERE to read.
What are the benefits?
Fun coloring “reward”
ANYTHING with coloring is going to be fun!
After students complete their worksheets, they get to use their answer choices to color a black & white picture and bring the picture to life.
These color by number worksheets are super motivating for kids – they LOVE completing these!
Is there anything better than no prep?!
You have enough on your plate, make your grammar practice easy.
How do students use these subject and predicate worksheets?
First, students answer the different questions.
Each multiple-choice answer has a color written next to it.
After students answer a question, they find that number on the black & white graphic.
They color the number whatever their answer choice tells them to do.
In the end, a “mystery picture” is revealed!
What kinds of questions are included in a subject and predicate worksheet?
You receive 4 subject and predicate worksheets with answers.
The worksheets direct students to do the following:
- Identify the word/phrase in each sentence is the subject
- Identify the word/phrase in each sentence is the predicate
- Identify if the underlined word is a subject or predicate
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