Oh me, oh my! Subjects and predicates is one of those topics that can really frustrate a teacher. Just when you think your students have it....... well, they don't! The students get to fourth grade and they can't recall what they learned in third grade, and yes, they were taught subjects and predicates. You can teach this topic and then leave it for a month or so and come back to it, and students can still get messed up on the subject being a noun or pronoun and a predicate being a verb. Heck, sometimes they can't even seem to recall that a noun is a person, place, or thing!!
So, what do you do as a teacher? You keep coming back to it all year long. And how do you do that? Well, games are a great way to review skills. In an effort to do just that, I have made a subject and predicate game. This game can be purchased for a great price through my Teachers Pay Teachers store. It works great as a file-folder game in a Literacy center, and I have even included a cover to put on the front of the folder. The game board is easily stapled on each side of the inside the folder.
Here is a sample view of the subject predicate game:
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