Students will be introduced to the concept of subject-verb agreement. They will see how a singular subject needs to have a verb that ends in 's' or 'es.' A plural subject does not need a verb that ends in 's' or 'es.' Next, students will read sentences and tell whether they have correct subject-verb agreement. They will complete other activities practicing subject-verb agreement, including choosing the correct verb in given sentences, supplying verbs to a passage about lions. They will also pick four verbs from a word bank and write four sentences using the verbs correctly.