Simple Subjects
Homophones
Simple Predicates
Find the Verb
Fix-it
100
The calm and attentive girls are sitting in their chairs.
girls
100

(There, They're, Their) going to school tomorrow.

They're

100

Ms. Sales is watching The Mandalorian for the fifth time. 

is watching

100

My brother ate all my Nutella.

ate

100

Find the mistake:

My mom and i went to the store.

I

200

The incredible Mrs. Dillon is kind and friendly. 

Mrs. Dillon

200

(Where, Wear) are you going to eat lunch?

Where
200
The team has run 2 races already.
has run
200

Ms. Sales always drinks coffee in the morning.

drinks

200

Find the mistake:

I went to the movies. and I saw Trolls.

I went to the movies, and I saw Trolls.

300
The New York Mets is Ms. J's favorite team.
New York Mets
300
You can go (to, too, two) the library to read the book.

to

300
The little birdies might be eating all my birdseed!
might be eating
300

Our textbooks in our backpacks are breaking our backs!

breaking

300

Ms. Sales and Mrs. Hughes went to they're classrooms.

their

400

The amazing, talented teacher worked late at night to correct the tests.

teacher

400

Did you go (buy, bye, by) the river?

by

400

The high school basketball team will practice together until the end of the season.

will practice

400

The cat played with the yellow yarn ball.

played

400

Are test is tomorrow.

Our

500

 Our brilliant, creative and imaginative students will be successful in all that they do!

students

500

Make sure to (paws, pause) the show while I answer the phone.

pause
500

Before this weekend, we will have seen a dance by Mrs. Hughes.

will have seen

500

We will have to take a quiz tomorrow!

take

500

I ate to much cake at the party

I ate too much cake at the party.

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