Students must first identify the subjects (the
part of the sentence about which something is told) and the predicates
(the part that tells something about the subject). Since initial
capitalization and final punctuation would be signals, these are
omitted. Students match the subjects to the predicates to form sentences.
They then see how the two parts of each sentence communicate a complete
Each of the 15 sets contains 10 subjects and
10 predicates. Students will learn facts and trivia as they read