Students need to identify subjects and predicates in a sentence - especially when they are working with simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences. This simple sentence station activity will provide students practice with finding the subjects and predicates in a sentence.
I use this as a scaffolding activity when completing types of sentences, and the selection of standards reflects that.
You will receive two grammar activities in this bundle, the station work and the editable Powerpoint.
The station work:
• 12 simple sentence stations with five sentences each. The simple sentence stations are staggered for differentiation:
→Subject and verb.
→Compound subjects and one verb.
→One subject and compound verbs.
→Sentences with prepositional phrases.
→Compound subjects and compound verbs.
→A combination of the above types of sentences.
• Student answer sheets.
• An answer key.
• Ideas for using verb stations in class.
• Walks students through the components of simple sentences.
• Definitions and examples are provided.
• You are welcome to edit the content!
I made this simple sentence mini unit when I needed my older students to identify subjects and predicates. They needed a refresher, and this grammar activity worked well.
It is also suitable for younger students learning about subjects and predicates.
This product is part of the Complete Grammar Curriculum.Related Products
• Color by Grammar Simple and Compound Sentences Grammar Activity
• Simple and Compound Sentences Task Cards
• Types of Sentences Task Cards, Part I
• Types of Sentences Task Cards, Part II
• Types of Sentences Worksheet
Other Grammar Stations
• Pronoun Stations: Types of Pronouns FREEBIE
• Verb Stations: Main Verbs and Helping Verbs