Divide students into two groups. One group will be “Subjects" and one group will be “Predicates." Give each student a slip of writing paper.
The “Subject group" should write a subject on their slip of paper. Remember that it can be a person, place, thing or idea. Examples could be: The brown dog, Mother, The girl in the pink dress, The striped ball, The white fluffy cloud, etc.
The “Predicate" group should write the action part of the sentence making it as descriptive as possible. Examples could be: skipped in the grassy park, jumped from the tall building, rolled around in the cold white snow, stood very still in the dark room, woke everyone up in the house.
When completed put the subject strips of paper in one container and the predicate strips in another container. Each student should take one strip of paper from each container. Take turns reading the subject and predicate together as one sentence. You will have some crazy sentences and laughs while learning.