In this worksheet you student is asked to join two single subjects into one compound subject.
Subject and Predicate Worksheets
Every complete sentence must have a subject, often a noun or pronoun and the modifiers, and a predicate, which includes the verb and all the information relating to the action of the subject. As the subject and predicate are the foundation of a sentence, students must be able to recognize them easily. You may use these worksheets at home or in school for free. There are additional details about each worksheet which you may view by clicking on the title.
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Subject and predicate Printable Worksheet Activities
Let’s join single verbs into a compound verb!
For this activity, students underline the complete subjects and then circle the complete predicates.
Time to break those compound subjects into two single subjects.
Your youngster will break apart sentences with compound verbs in this worksheet.
Let’s work on conjunctions that connect subjects!
Time to work on conjunctions that connect subjects!
Let’s identify the type of predicate! Students identify the type of predicate underlined in each sentence.
It’s time to identify the type of subject! Students answer the question for the underlined words in each sentence.
Here’s a worksheet on simple subjects and predicates. Students will underline the simple subject and then circle the simple predicate.
This fun game is great for youngsters learning about complete sentence.
This subject and predicate activity is sure to please! This tile activity features divided sentences where students combine the tiles to create a sentence.
Now it’s time to add the missing predicate to some sentence fragments!
This worksheet asks your student to add a missing subject to a sentence fragment.
Let’s identify what’s missing in these sentence fragments!
Here’s some practice for passive and active voice.
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