This packet is designed to give students opportunities to practice determining if a sentence is complete as well as how to break sentences up into subjects and predicates.
Page1-2 Title, directions
Page 3- What’s Missing –students read sentences and determine what’s missing (subject or predicate) or determine if it’s complete
Page 4- Is it a Complete Sentence? – Students determine if sentences are complete or not by circling yes or no
Page 5- Find the Subjects and Predicates – students circle the subject and underline the predicate in each sentence
Page 6 – Incomplete/Complete sentences cut and paste
Pages 7-9 Students cut out sentences then cut each sentence into subject and predicate. Then they glue it on page 9. There are a total of 4 sets of 5 sentences, so students can practice this activity multiple times.
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Pages 10-12 Complete the sentence - Students think of either a subject or predicate to write to make the sentence complete.
Page 13 - Happy or Sad? Students cut out happy and sad faces. They read each sentence and glue a happy face next to it if it is complete and a sad face next to it if it is incomplete.