Adding a Predicate Worksheet

If you say "My best friend" or "The most famous park in the US" and refuse to add any further to it, chances are you will sound silly. This is because the sentence has no predicate in it and conveys no full meaning. It's important for kids to get lots of writing practice with completing a sentence with an appropriate predicate. This printable add a predicate worksheet is packed with a collection of ten subjects, for each of which kids write a meaningful predicate.

The worksheets is an excellent practice material for students of 2nd grade and 3rd grade.

CCSS: L.3.1.F

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