Subject-Predicate Four in a Row game is a fun and effective way to reinforce parts of a sentence. The colorful game board will attract your students and make learning fun. Players will select cards with either the subject or predicate part of a sentence underlined and then state if the underlined part is a subject or predicate. If correct, the student will place a marker on the game board with the goal of getting four markers in a row. The added bonus is that all the sentences are facts about animals. As your students are practicing their subject and predicate skills, they will also be learning about animals. That's not all! This game comes with a second set of cards that require the students to identify either the subject or predicate part of each sentence depending if the letter S or P is on the card. Watch for Kinds of Sentences Four in a Row game coming soon.