Subjects and Predicates or Fragments? Sentences for Interactive Notebooks!

Subjects and Predicates or Fragments? Sentences for Intera
Subjects and Predicates or Fragments? Sentences for Intera
Subjects and Predicates or Fragments? Sentences for Intera
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SUBJECT? PREDICATE? FRAGMENT?

Subjects and predicates are defined and explained in this template for Interactive Student Notebooks.

Easy to understand visual aid (puzzle pieces) help students see how the parts of sentences "fit" together like a puzzle! Students can also see how if a sentence is missing a subject or a predicate, then it is really just a fragment!

Perfect addition to your basic grammar lessons or as an addition to more advanced lessons on types of sentences for older kids!

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30 Minutes

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Subjects and Predicates or Fragments? Sentences for Intera
Subjects and Predicates or Fragments? Sentences for Intera
Subjects and Predicates or Fragments? Sentences for Intera