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Using this Creating Complete Sentences Worksheet, students rewrite incomplete thoughts into complete sentences.
Using this Identify Subject Worksheet, students identify the subject, then write their own sentences.
Using this Subject of the Sentence Worksheet, students underline the full subject of each sentence to show who or what the sentence is about.
Using this Complete Sentences with Subject and Predicate Activity, students match subjects and predicates to create sentences with complete ideas.
Using this Writing New Predicates Worksheet, students rewrite sentences to include new predicates in order to craft a clear message.
Using this Writing Complete Sentences about an Image Worksheet, students write a complete sentence for each picture.
Using this Subject Predicate Worksheet, students find the subjects and rewrite the sentences in order to practice writing complete sentences.
Using this Write the Subject Worksheet, students write the subject to fill in the blank to complete the sentence.
Using the Subject and Predicate Song (Audio), students will be able to define, give examples and use subjects and predicates in their own writing using the catchy and memorable lyrics.
Using this Compound Predicates Sentences Worksheet, students combine two sentences about the same subject by using 'and', 'but', and 'or'.
Using this Rewriting Compound Subjects Worksheet, students rewrite sentences so that the new sentence contains a compound subject.
Using this Finding Predicates Worksheet, students underline the full predicate of each sentence in order to craft clear messages in their own sentences.
Using this Subject Predicate New Sentences Worksheet, students rewrite the subject or predicate to make a new sentence.
Using the Subject and Predicate Song (Classic), students will be able to define, give examples and use subjects and predicates in their own writing using the catchy and memorable lyrics.
Using this Writing Predicates Worksheet, students write predicates that match the provided subjects in order to craft a clear message.
Using this Who or What? Compound Subjects Worksheet, students determine if the subject of the sentence is a Who or a What.
Using RF.1.1 First Grade Common Core Lesson, students recognize distinguishing features of a sentence by putting a words in order to create a complete thought.
Using this Using Complete Sentences Worksheet, students produce complete sentences so people can fully understand what you want to say.