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2nd Grade Common Core: L.2.2

Common Core Identifier: L.2.2 / Grade: 2
Curriculum: Language: Conventions of Standard English
Detail: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
86 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Make corrections to sentences about pirates, cupcakes, and jumping frogs.
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Write the groups of spelling words in ABC order.
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The spelling list is divided up into five separate clusters of two, three, and four words. Write each group of words in order, alphabetically.
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Practice important ELA skills with the next five worksheets in this daily set. Mistakes may include spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
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Rewrite each group of words in alphabetical order. (example: wings, moth, flea, mantis --> flea, mantis, moth, wings)
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Write each group of words alphabetically. For example, "magic, check, music, leak" is rewritten as "check, leak, magic, music."
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Can your students spot the errors in these sentences?
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On this printable worksheet, kids will alphabetize groups of spelling words.
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Read the Halloween sentences. Correct the mistakes and rewrite the sentences.
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Reinforce key grammar and spelling concepts with these daily proofreading worksheets.
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The spelling list is divided up into five separate clusters of Christmas words. Write each group of words in order, alphabetically.
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Unscramble these words related to the story of The Polar Express.
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This weeks spelling words are separated into groups of two, three, and four. Alphabetize each group, and write each word on the space provided.
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In addition to the skills on the other "Fix the Sentences" worksheets, students will also look for contractions that are missing apostrophes.
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Rewrite each group of words alphabetically. For example: "tool, pool, took, good" is rewritten as "good, pool, took, tool".
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In the first week of 2nd grade ELA Buzz, the worksheets review important skills from 1st grade language arts curricula and prepare students for new topics to come.
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Challenge your students to find all the mistakes in this week's set of daily Fix the Sentences worksheets.
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Write spelling words alphabetically. The word list is broken into smaller sets of words
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Have your students try their hand at the next week of Fix the Sentences worksheets. These ones cover capitalization, common misspellings, end punctuation, and more!
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For this activity, students simply rewrite these word groups in ABC order.
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Proofread ten sentences on these five daily review worksheets.
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The spelling list is divided up into five separate clusters of words. Write each group of words in order, alphabetically.
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Have your students practice finding and fixing common spelling, grammar, and punctuation mistakes with these daily worksheets.
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This weeks spelling word's are grouped into five sets. Determine the correct alphabetical order for each set.
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This file contains sentences about friendship, musical instruments, camping, and puppies. Challenge your students to find and correct the mistakes.
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Can you put each group of spelling words in alphabetical order? Sort each group of words into the correct order and write each word on the lines provided.
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Alphabetize each group of long a words. (This activity includes challenge and review words.)
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Here is the last set of our second-grade Fix the Sentences worksheets. Once your students have successfully completed these, they may be ready to move on to our third-grade sets!
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On these worksheets, students rewrite the sentences and correct the mistakes. They search for errors related to capitalization, spelling of sight words, and punctuation.
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On this printable worksheet, students will arrange each group of words in alphabetical order.
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Continue using these daily worksheets with your class to help them keep up with their proofreading skills.
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Rewrite each group of words in alphabetical order. (example: oil, toy, join, soil --> join, oil, soil, toy)
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This set contains Level B (Grade 2) sentences about jumping rope, a seal at a zoo, a flamingo standing on one leg, and children playing football.
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Write each group of spelling words in ABC order. This worksheet includes review and challenge words.
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These sentences are written at a second-grade level and include common writing errors students may make at that level. Test your students' ability to find and fix the errors with the worksheets in this file.
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Alphabetize each group of car parts-themed words. (This activity includes challenge and review words.)
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Get in the habit of using these ELA review worksheets every day to help maintain your students' language arts skills.
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In this next group of daily proofreading worksheets, students will find errors in subject-verb agreement, capitalization, spelling, and more.
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Can you put each group of spelling words in alphabetical order? Sort each group of words into the correct order and write each word on the lines provided.
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How many mistakes will your students find in these sentences? Themes include a winter snowman, animals on a farm, a child flying a kite, and healthy snacks.
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Rewrite each group of words in alphabetical order. (example: sky, dry, high, eye --> dry, eye, high, sky)
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Rewrite each group of B-4 words in ABC order.
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Have your students look for and correct the mistakes in these grade-appropriate sentences.
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Write spelling words alphabetically. The word list is broken into smaller groups of number-themed words.
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Arrange each group of spelling words so that they are in alphabetical order. Answer key is included.
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Look for the mistakes in these sentences and rewrite them correctly.
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Alphabetize each group of compound words. (This activity includes challenge and review words.)
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Find and correct the errors in these twelve Christmas-themed sentences.
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Use these daily worksheets with your class to ensure your students are staying on top of their grammar, spelling, and punctuation skills.
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Rewrite each group of Easter words in ABC order.
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This file includes 5 daily worksheets with 2 sentences each. Students look for the mistakes and rewrite each sentence correctly. Errors include punctuation, capitalization, and grammar.
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This weeks spelling words are grouped into five sets. Determine the correct alphabetical order for each set.
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How many mistakes will your students find in these sentences? They circle the errors and rewrite each sentence correctly.
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On this worksheet, spelling words are broken up into clusters of two, three, and four. Students must write each word group in alphabetical order.
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These sentences are written incorrectly. Correct the spelling, capitalization, and punctuation in each.
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Write each group of spelling words in ABC order. Includes review and challenge words
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Subject-verb agreement, homophones, and spelling are just some of the kinds of errors students should be looking for in this next set of worksheets.
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This weeks spelling words are separated into groups of two, three, and four. Alphabetize each group, and write each word on the space provided.
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These sentences all have errors in them. Can your pupils find each of the the mistakes? These include cloud shapes, milkshakes, and costumes.
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Write spelling words alphabetically. The word list is broken into smaller groups of 2, 3, and 4 words.
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On this printable worksheet, kids will alphabetize groups of spelling words.
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Look for the spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and other kinds of errors in these sentences. Then correctly rewrite the sentences.
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Look for mistakes related to capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. This file contains five half-sized worksheets.
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Rewrite each group of words alphabetically. For example: "soft, ask, city, ice" is rewritten as "ask, city, ice, soft."
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See if your students can find all of the mistakes in these sentences. Errors include commonly misspelled words, capitalization, punctuation, and more.
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Write the groups of spelling words in ABC order.
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Read each sentence carefully and look for errors. Correct the mistakes in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and capitalization.
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On this worksheet, spelling words are clustered into groups of 2, 3, and 4 words. Students must write each word group in alphabetical order.
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These proofreading worksheets include errors in grade-appropriate spelling words, grammar topics, and punctuation.
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On this printable worksheet, kids will alphabetize groups of baseball-themed spelling words.
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With these daily worksheets, students read through each sentence and look for mistakes. Then they rewrite the sentences, fixing errors such as punctuation, capitalization, and spelling.
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Each group of words needs to be rearranged alphabetically.
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Bookmarks with six basic proofreading marks, such as capitalization, periods, question marks, spelling symbols.
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Alex and Emma are in the park making things with folded newspaper. First Emma makes two hats. Then she makes some paper airplanes. Then she makes paper boats.
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Self-check and friend check.  Great peer editing helper.
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Can you unscramble all of these Easter words and win the bunny's golden egg? This worksheet is easy enough for third graders, but is challenging enough for kids and adults of all ages.
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Match the beginning of each Christmas word on the left with the end of each Christmas word on the right.
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Rearrange the letters in the word "Super Bowl" to make as many new words as possible. This version includes primary-ruled lines for young children in grades K through 2.
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Checklist to help students proofread their own work.
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Cut out the letters in the words EASTER BUNNY. Rearrange them on the table to make as many new words as possible. This version includes a more advanced scoring guide for older students.
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Students unscramble the Hanukkah words, such as dreidel, family, candle, menorah, and others.
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Mia and Alex search the seashore for a treasure chest full of gold. While they don't find gold, they find many other treasures along the beach.
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Students check a friend's work and fill out the information on the form.
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Cut out the letters in the words EASTER BUNNY. Rearrange them on the table to make as many new words as possible. This version includes primary-ruled lines for younger students.
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How many words can you unscramble
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Emma and Alex are looking for pictures in the clouds. They see one that looks like a duck, another that looks like a man with a beard, and a gray one that looks like rain.
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