Subject and Predicate Worksheets

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Together, the subject and predicate form the two pillars on which a sentence stands. In order that a sentence makes a complete thought, both these elements are an absolute must. It's the unique harmony between the two that contributes to the hassle-free functioning of the sentence. Our free printable subject and predicate worksheets first define and exemplify subjects and predicates and then dig deep into the simple, complete, and compound versions of subjects and predicates. This set of worksheets is great material for kids to print and save for their everyday use.

These pdf worksheets are a fantastic practice resource for students of grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4.

CCSS – L.3.1.F

Add a Predicate

Help young learners foster the skill of writing effective predicates. This free printable adding a predicate to complete each sentence worksheet for children is a big leap in the way to accomplish this.

Add a Predicate

Identifying Subjects and Predicates

Be a master of subjects and predicates, and you will see your student life turning into a bed of roses. 2nd grade and 3rd grade students will love practicing this recognize subjects and predicates worksheet.

Identifying Subjects and Predicates

Simple Subjects and Simple Predicates

Blessed are the students who can find the simple subjects and predicates in a flash. This printable enables the children to make an impressive stride.

Simple Subjects and Simple Predicates

Complete Subjects and Complete Predicates

Page through our pdf worksheet and ensure kids of 3rd grade and 4th grade underline the complete subject and circle the complete predicate in each sentence to get the hang of the topic.

Complete Subjects and Complete Predicates

Compound Subjects and Predicates

With compound subjects and predicates onboard, the subject and predicate topic is in full gear. This pdf solidifies the concept with lots of practice.

Compound Subjects and Predicates