This game requires children to complete sentences by choosing the correct verb. Children are focusing on subject and verb agreement. I did not want students relying on what word makes the most sense so I made sure there were two sentences that required the same verb (one with an s added and one without an s added).
This matches my freebie! I hope you find this useful!
The explanatory anchor charts are great, clear and with good examples, especially when this is sometimes a difficult concept to teach particularly to ELL students. I also like the practice provided. It's a good jumping off point for further practice.
October 7, 2012
This is great practice. I like the two sentences idea!
April 21, 2012
I love this activity, but don't see an answer sheet that you mention in the directions.
I'm in my first year of teaching and I LOVE it! I graduated from an amazing private university which had a state-approved program. Talk about an amazing program which makes sure you are fully prepared for what's in store in the real teaching world.