Taylor Swift Editor - Subject-Verb Agreement Activity

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This is a subject-verb agreement activity that your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grader will love! I taught my subject-verb agreement lesson from a PowerPoint and the students recorded the 3 main rules on a note-catcher. For our practice, the students were told that Taylor Swift was writing her new pop song "22" and fell asleep in the process. The students' task is to become the editor of her new song and correct all the subject-verb agreement mistakes that Taylor Swift made. The boys may not like to admit they like Taylor Swift, so I would suggest telling the students that editors do not care about liking an artist's music or not - they just want to make the money! Your class will LOVE this practice!
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