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Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center

Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center
Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center
Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center
Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center
Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center
Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center
Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center
Predicate Adjectives vs. Predicate Noun Hollywood Themed Sorting Center
Product Description
Do you want a fun way to review your student on the difference between predicate nouns and predicate adjectives? Well, this sorting game is it.

It contains 2 panels (one for predicate nouns and one for predicate adjectives). There is also a sheet of sentences. The students are asked to determine which sentences contain a predicate adjective and which contain a predicate noun.

This simple activity can be used as a review game or a center activity.

I recommend printing the panels off on cardstock and laminating them. This way you can use them over and over again. You can place the ice cream scoops in a plastic bag and have your students to sort them.

Ages: 9-14 years

Happy Teaching!!!
Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
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