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St. Nicholas ZAP Identifying Subjects and Predicates

St. Nicholas ZAP Identifying Subjects and Predicates
St. Nicholas ZAP Identifying Subjects and Predicates
St. Nicholas ZAP Identifying Subjects and Predicates
St. Nicholas ZAP Identifying Subjects and Predicates
St. Nicholas ZAP Identifying Subjects and Predicates
St. Nicholas ZAP Identifying Subjects and Predicates
St. Nicholas ZAP Identifying Subjects and Predicates
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ZAP! is a fun and engaging way to have students practice any kind of skill from adding and subtracting to identifying fact and opinion statements. This ZAP! game requires students to identify whether a group of words is a subject or predicate while recounting the life of St. Nicholas, bishop of Myra.

Materials:
Medium to large empty Pringle’s container (or something similar) with the lid
Pages 1, 3-8 from this packet, laminated for durability or printed on cardstock

Assembly:
Affix page 1 to the container. You may want to cover the container with construction or contact paper completely before affixing the label.
Cut apart the activity strips on pp. 3-7 and place them inside the container.
Store the answer key inside the container as well.

To Play:
Divide your class into several teams depending on the number of students.
Determine how long you will play or how many rounds you will complete.
Have a student draw a strip from the container without looking inside. I hold the container above the player’s head.
The team should read the words on the strip and confer to determine if the words form a subject or a predicate .
If the team answers correctly, it keeps the strip. If it answers incorrectly the strip is returned to the container.
Teams take turns collecting the strips. However, there is a twist. If a team draws a ZAP! card, it must return ALL of its strips to the container.
The winner is the team that collects the most strips. You may want to award them with a simple prize such as a piece of candy, bonus points on an upcoming quiz/test, 5 minutes of free time, etc.
Total Pages
9 pages
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