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Simple subject and predicate

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This subject and predicate worksheet challenges kids to find the subjects and predicates in text. Use this subject and predicate worksheet with your child.

This subject and predicate worksheet challenges kids to find the subjects and predicates in text. Use this subject and predicate worksheet with your child.

Subject and Predicate Worksheet #3

Here is a set of three free subject and predicate worksheets for First Grade Language Arts students and teachers. In the first worksheet, kids will have to circle the subject and underline the predicate.

Simple, compound and complex sentences are the three types of sentences according to the structure. A simple sentence consists of a subject and a predicate but a compound sentence consists of two or more subjects and two or more predicates. While the complex sentence can be adjective, noun or adverb clause.

Simple, compound and complex sentences are the three types of sentences according to the structure. A simple sentence consists of a subject and a predicate but a compound sentence consists of two or more subjects and two or more predicates. While the complex sentence can be adjective, noun or adverb clause.

Kumak's Fish---Reading Street---Supplemental Packet

Description This packet contains LOTS of extras for you to use with the story Kumak's Fish by Michael Bania. I have included things to help with vocabulary, comprehension, and so much more. Here is a list of things included: vocabulary study guide vocabulary test vocabulary meaning and word match up cards vocabulary fill in worksheet subject and predicate worksheet alphabetical order worksheet using words from the story 2 comprehension question worksheets a homework fluency activity sheet 3…

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