Many students struggle with subject-verb agreement, which affects their oral and written language. Using the wrong verb tense when speaking can bring negative attention to a student’s speech.
These 32 task cards, in Set 1, were created to help students complete sentences that focus on subject-verb agreement. A short sentence starter is presented and students are asked to complete the sentence. An answer sheet is provided to check responses.
Included in this product is a teaching chart that explains when to use singular and plural verbs. In addition, the same sentences are also written out for students to use as a written language activity.
In class, I begin by discussing the rules for when to use singular and plural verb forms. I then use the task cards to practice subject-verb agreement. Finally, the worksheets requiring a written response are used to measure progress and students’ learning.
1. Copy the cards on cardstock and laminate.
2. Make a copy of the subject-verb agreement chart
3. Make 1 copy of the written response sheets for each student
Look for additional sets in this series coming soon!
Cards from Digi by Amy.