Who or What? Compound Subjects Worksheet

Who or What? Compound Subjects Worksheet


How to teach Subject and Predicates

Using this Who or What? Compound Subjects Worksheet, students determine if the subject of the sentence is a Who or a What.

Creating fluent and clear sentences will build your students into effective writers. This worksheet will help your students create sentences with clear subjects so their audience can understand their ideas.

Students read sentences and determine if the subject is a Who or What. Then, students write their own sentences and circle the subject of each of their sentences.


Other resources to use with this Who or What? Compound Subjects Worksheet

If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about subjects and predicates.

Use this Compound Subjects Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this worksheet by listening to the Have Fun Teaching Subject and Predicate Song. After listening to the song, ask students to share what they learned about subjects and predicates. Have students give examples of subjects they heard in the song. Then, students complete the worksheet independently or with a partner. Finally, students practice writing their own sentences.

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