Subject Predicate Match:
There are 24 cards - 12 subjects and 12 predicates. Give half the class a subject card and the other half of the class a predicate card. The students with the subject cards stand in a circle. The students with a predicate card make a circle inside the first circle and face a student with a subject card. When I say, the students with the subject card read their card to the person in front of them. Then the student with the predicate card finishes the sentence. If the subject and predicate match, the students sit down together. If they do not, when I say, the students with the predicate cards move in a circle to the next student with a subject. The students with subject cards do not move. You keep going around until everyone has a match. Then the students can read their cards to the class. Print in color or print the subject cards on one color paper and the predicate cards on a different color paper. Black and white version included.
There is a worksheet with 10 questions where the students need to circle the subject and underline the predicate. (I have a free subject/predicate quiz in my store that you could use as well that follows the same format but has different sentences) You could use one as a worksheet and one as a quiz.
Cut and Sort:
Cut out the subjects and predicate and glue them on the recording sheet to make a complete sentence. Students will make 5 complete sentences.
Roll and Write Silly Sentences:
Students will roll a dice to find a subject. They will write it down. Then they will roll to find a predicate. They can see if they make a real or a silly sentence.
Any of these activities would also be great as a center.