Subject and Predicate for kids

Subject and predicate definition for kids.

Definition: The person or thing we speak about in a sentence is the Subject.

What we speak about the person or thing in a sentence is the Predicate.

How to find a subject and predicate in a sentence?

In a sentence, we name a person or thing and say something about that person or thing.

The part of a sentence that tells something about the subject is called the predicate. The predicate contains a verb. The predicate can be a word or a group of words.

 For Example: 

  1. Leena loves to play the piano.
  2. Everyday is a new day.
  3. Wisdom is a priceless gift of God to man.
  4. Crocodiles have more teeth than humans.
  5. My brother has read all the harry potter books. 

Subject and predicate Examples

20 examples of Subject and predicate for kids.

 SubjectPredicate
1. My books are lying on the table.
2. The dogis looking for something to eat.
3.Ram swim.
4.Delhi is the capital of India.
5.My Brother likes to eat apple.
6.You are very beautiful.
7.Sky is blue.
8.Water have no color.
9.Sohan is very intelligent.
10.Nishant
is naughty.
11.Rohan is a good boy.
12.My dog drinks water.
13.Abhishek is an artist.
14.Pawan can't walk.
15.Ravi is sleeping.
16.Lena bathing.
17.John
is ready to play football.
18.The birds
can fly.
19.Ramesh talks into the classroom.
20.Komal is a yoga teacher.

Subject and Predicate worksheet for kids

If you are searching for Subject and Predicate Worksheet, you are at the right place. Here this topic is explained in brief and from here you have Solved worksheet for kids, if you are a teacher, you can use these worksheets  as your teaching aid.  At the end of the exercise answers are also given.

Exercise 1

Match each subject with its predicate.

1. Mrs. Renu Vermapounced upon a stag in the jungle.
2.The lion is our new teacher.
3.Honeybeesasked for our tickets.
4. The TTE asked for our tickets.
5.The Suncried wildly for milk
6.The childis shinning brightly
7.An Earthquakeis a precious metal.
8.Goldis a natural calamity.
9.Mukesh Ambaniis famous for Durga Pooja.
10.Kolkatais the richest person in the world.

Answers: 

  1. 2
  2. 1
  3. 4
  4. 3
  5. 6
  6. 5
  7. 8
  8. 7
  9. 10
  10. 9

Exercise 2

Underline the Predicate in the following sentences.

  1. Sunita Williams is an astronaut.
  2. Soni was knitting a sweater.
  3. Our Prime Minister has a very strong vision.
  4. Pluto is no longer a planet.
  5. Arabian Night’s is very interesting.
  6. The businessman made a huge profit.
  7. The police inspector was not honest.
  8. Suman was dancing with her friend.
  9. Mother is cooking food.
  10. Albert Einstein was born on 14 March 1879.

Answers

  1. Sunita Williams is an astronaut.
  2. Soni was knitting a sweater.
  3. Our Prime Minister has a very strong vision.
  4. Pluto is no longer a planet.
  5. Arabian Night’s is very interesting.
  6. The businessman made a huge profit.
  7. The police inspector was not honest.
  8. Suman was dancing with her friend.
  9. Mother is cooking food.
  10. Albert Einstein was born on 14 March 1879.

Exercise 3

Fill in the blank with the Subject.

  1. _____ tales are loved by children.
  2. _____ is the highest Peak.
  3. _____ was born on 2nd October.
  4. _____ waters the plants.
  5. _____ is known as Pink city.
  6. _____ speaks very rudely.
  7. _____ was preparing same tools like Axe.
  8. _____ was fighting.
  9. _____ goes to watch a movie.
  10. _____ is the capital of Greece.

Answers:

  1. The fairy
  2. Mount Everest
  3. Mahatma Gandhi
  4. Gardner
  5. Jaipur
  6. “any name”
  7. Black Smith
  8. The brave girl
  9. “any name”
  10. Athens

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