Subject
Main Verb
Helping Verb
Conjunction
100

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the noun or pronoun that is the subject:

Miles drank too much egg nog.

Bonus 100: Why does egg have two <g>'s and nog only one?

Miles


Bonus: Egg is a content word and content words must have at least 3 letters. An additional <g> is added to give egg three letters.  Nog does not need a double g, because it already has three letters.

100

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the main verb that is the predicate:

Liliana sang a Christmas carol.

sang

100

Read the following sentence aloud and identify any helping verbs:


Morgan is wrapping Euteva's gifts tonight.

is

100

Read the following sentence identify the conjunction.


I like donuts and latkes for Hannukah.



Bonus 100: What is the conjunction connecting in this sentence?

and

Bonus: The conjunction is connecting nouns that are the objects.

200

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the noun or pronoun that is the subject:

My cat Sparky wears a Santa hat.

Sparky

200

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the main verb that is the predicate:

Those kids ran to their Christmas stockings.



ran

200

Read the following sentence aloud and identify any helping verbs:

I can have some cookies!

can

200

Read the following sentence identify the conjunction.

I like peppermint or fruity candy canes.


Bonus 100: What is the conjunction connecting in this sentence?

or

Bonus: The conjunction is connecting two adjectives.

300

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the noun or pronoun that is the subject:

Those four candles are lit on the menorah. 

candles

300

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the main verb that is the predicate:

Devin's family is celebrating Kwanzaa.


celebrating

300

Read the following sentence aloud and identify any helping verbs:

I could eat this Kwanzaa feast all year!

could

300

Read the following sentence identify the conjunction.


I like holiday cookies but not fruit cake.



but

400

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the noun or pronoun that is the subject:


Maulana Karenga founded Kwanzaa in 1966 during the civil rights movement.


Maulana Karenga

400

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the main verb that is the predicate:

I have not peeked at my gifts.

peeked

400

Read the following sentence aloud and identify any helping verbs:

The Polar Express will not be coming for me.

will, be

400

Read the following sentence identify the conjunction.


We have chicken and dumplings or soup for Winter Solstice.

Bonus 100: What is the conjunction connecting in this sentence?

or


Bonus: the conjunction is connecting two nouns

500

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the noun or pronoun that is the subject:

The special red box that we opened had ribbons, lights and bows. 


box

500

Read the following sentence aloud and identify the main verb that is the predicate:

The Celts would burn a whole tree during the 12 days of Winter Solstice.

burn

500

Read the following sentence aloud and identify any helping verbs:

I must have been sleeping when Santa delivered these gifts.

must have been

500

Read the following sentence aloud and add the right conjunction:

The weather is cold but it hasn't snowed.

Bonus 200: What is the conjunction connecting in this sentence?

but


Bonus: The conjunction is connecting what would be two complete sentences.

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