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Get Your Students Excited About Compound Subjects with this Scavenger Hunt Activity!


Get Your Students Excited About Compound Subjects with this Scavenger Hunt Activity!

Get Your Students Excited About Compound Subjects with this Scavenger Hunt Activity!

Are you tired of teaching grammar concepts to your students in the same old boring way? Look no further than this compound subject scavenger hunt activity! With this game, students will learn about compound subjects in agreement through an engaging and interactive process. By the end of the activity, your students will have a solid understanding of this important grammar concept. So, get ready to spice up your grammar lessons and make learning fun for your students!


This activity/game will help students learn about compound subjects in agreement, which is an important grammar concept in English language arts.


Compound Subject Scavenger Hunt


  • Understand the definition of a compound subject
  • Learn how to make the verb agree with a compound subject
  • Identify compound subjects in sentences


  • Whiteboard or chalkboard
  • Markers or chalk
  • Scavenger hunt clues (printed or written on cards)
  • Stopwatch or timer


  1. Begin by introducing the concept of a compound subject and explaining its importance in English grammar.
  2. Divide the class into small groups and give each group a set of scavenger hunt clues.
  3. In each clue, include a sentence with a compound subject that is missing a verb agreement.
  4. Each group will need to find the sentence, identify the compound subject, and correct the verb agreement.
  5. Once the groups have found all the sentences and corrected the verb agreements, they can return to the teacher for a final review and assessment.


Each group will be assessed on how many sentences they were able to identify and correct.

The teacher will review the corrected sentences with the class to ensure understanding of the concept.


To extend the activity, students can create their own scavenger hunt clues for their classmates to complete.


For younger students, simpler sentences can be used with easier compound subjects.

For older students, more complex sentences with compound subjects can be used to challenge their understanding.


End the activity with a class discussion on what was learned and any remaining questions or areas of confusion.


This activity can be adapted for individual work or as a larger class game.

Mr. ‏El-Sayed Ramadan ‎ ‎


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