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August 8, 2018 CG Lessons K-5, CG Lessons CCSS K-5, ELA K-5, ELA Resources - Activities, ELA Focus - Grammar, Core Grammar

Subject-Verb Agreement Activity, Grades 3–5

This grammar exercise focuses on CCSS Language Standard L.3.1.F

Sometimes it's the simplest grammar activities that help students grasp a concept! The Subject-Verb Agreement Card Stack Grammar Activity teaches students to make correct subject-verb combinations.

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Instructions:

For this activity, students can work individually or in groups to make correct subject-verb combinations!

Step 1: If students work in groups, you will hand out a stack of subject cards and a stack of verb cards to each group.

Step 2: Students will match the correct verb tense with the agreeing subject.

Step 3: You will monitor progress and give immediate feedback.  

Writing Connection:

Take the subject and verb combinations and have students write complete sentences. For instance, if students match “cooks” with “spoil” a student might write “Too many cooks spoil the meal.”

Download my free Subject-Verb Agreement Card Stack Grammar Activity now.