Learning how a simple sentence is structured and being able to differentiate its component parts is important for the correct development of language, both verbal and non-verbal. With this new board we want to dynamically work on sentences addressing these questions, understanding the difference between subject and predicate, how to identify them and what role each one plays.
The material has a brief but precise explanation and a series of activities to strengthen the knowledge worked on.
The different activities that make up this board offer us the possibility of saving the answers of the users to be able to assess them carefully and correct them, giving the option of using this material as an adapted exam.
Objectives: - Understand what is the subject and what is the predicate of sentences. - Know how to recognize and differentiate the subject and the predicate of sentences.