Was or Were Subject Verb Agreement Differentiated Activity Sheet Pack

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Was or Were Subject Verb Agreement Differentiated Activity Sheet Pack - GPS, past tense, present tense, local spoken, was and were, worksheet
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Children learn the basic rule for subject-verb agreement. They are then asked to: 1) Read the sentence. 2) Decide whether the subject is singular or plural. 3) Circle the correct verb.
Was or Were Subject Verb Agreement Differentiated Activity Sheet Pack contains:
  • Activity Sheet Was or Were Subject Verb Agreement [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet Was or Were Subject Verb Agreement Editable [DOC]

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