These task cards are great to review or practice identifying complete subject and complete predicate. These cards are split into three different activities. First students are tasked with identifying if the underlined word is the simple subject or predicate. Then they are asked to identify the complete subject or predicate.
The cards then move on to creating. Students are asked to create a subject for the fill in the blank sentence. They can be as creative as they would like to be, which is fun for both lower and higher level students.
Finally, they create a complete predicate for the given subject. Students are asked to complete the sentence with a predicate of their own. These could be silly and creative.
These cards are great for students to work through independently, with a partner, or at a teacher station for extra support.
This set includes 32 cards and they come four to a sheet.