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2nd Grade Common Core: L.2.4a

Common Core Identifier: L.2.4a / Grade: 2
Curriculum: Language: Vocabulary Acquisition and Use
Detail: Use sentence-level context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
35 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Anna tries to earn forty dollars so she can buy a dollhouse. When she find out how difficult it is to earn that much money, she has another idea.
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Solve these fun sports analogies.  example:  Baseball is to diamond as basketball is to court.
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Blessie and her mother make brownies for a bake sale.
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Snakes FREE 
Read and learn about snakes with this science poem. Students will enjoy discovering why snakes stick their tongue out as they slither along.
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This cute story for kids uses portions of pie to explain how to tell time on a clock. Story includes a set of comprehension questions and a practice worksheet.
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Angela is supposed to be helping her family prepare for a backyard picnic when she is distracted by her pet cat.
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Ian and his little sister, Amy, are hunting for eggs. Every time Amy sees Ian pick up an egg, she yells, "Mine!" Should Ian share his special eggs with his younger sister?
(Approx. Grade Level 2-4)
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A child is tired of his sister following him around. What is his solution? Read the poem to find out.
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Max, Pops, and Gram work together to build sock puppets so they can put on a puppet show.
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A mole is burying his food in the ground, but his animal friends don't seem to understand why.
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Kids will love the animal analogy puzzles on this worksheet.  example:  Bird is to fly as fish is to swim.
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Jake is going on his first plane trip, and he's telling everyone all about it, even his stuffed panda. Will he enjoy flying?
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Cindy is helping Aunt Lee by collecting chicken eggs. She finds an egg behind a bush that might be old? Is it a good egg or a bad egg? Aunt Lee has a trick that may help find the answer.
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Seth pretends he's a kitten, but when he chases dragonflies outside, he ends up covered in mud.
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Choose the correct analogy to complete each sentence.  Also, tell why you chose each word.
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Eve's mother is sick of winter. She misses sunshine, birds and flowers. Eve finds a way to give her mom flowers, even with all of the snow.
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Complete the sentences with vocabulary words from the box.
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Learn all about colorful tulips that grow in the springtime.
(Approx. Grade Level: 2-3)
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After riding the Ferris wheel at the county fair, Taylor tries to win a stuffed pony. All she has to do to win the prize is throw a baseball at a bottle and knock it down. Taylor discovers that winning the game is harder than it seems.
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Holi is a holiday from India. People throw colored water at each other for fun on this day. In this story, Sammy gets a phone call from his friend Raj. Raj wants him to come over and wear old clothes. But why?
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Complete each analogy by writing the correct word on the blank line.
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While racing her brother, Nina runs right into a spider web. Nina thinks a monstrous spider has landed on her. Do they find the spider? And who wins the race?
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Several fill-in-the-blank questions about frogs and frog life cycles; includes a word bank
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In this poem, a young student waits at the bus stop on a cold, snowy day. He is glad to be inside the warm bus when he rides to school.
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Rosie thinks it's too quiet, but when her dad says it's too loud, she learns about all the sounds happening around her. Discover the "noisy silence" Rosie hears in this reading comprehension worksheet.
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Uh-oh! Rooster has a problem with over-sleeping, and he can't wake up all the other animals! How will the animals wake up in time to start their day on the farm? Story includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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Colin, Clara, and Tommy are each building a snowman. Read carefully to find out whose snowman is the tallest.
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Another View FREE 
Chloe and Joey are looking around their backyard. They soon discover that they see things quite differently! Reading comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt are included.
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Rory can hardly wait to read her new favorite book from the school library, but somebody is already reading it! Is the book going to be worth the wait? Reading comprehension questions and vocabulary words included.
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Here is a poem about animals and the noises they make. Students will enjoy learning about animal "voices" in this witty poem. This worksheet includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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Mia and Max are determined to help Mrs. Wilson find her missing earring. Are they up to the task? Comprehension questions, writing prompt, and vocabulary words are included. Answer key also included.
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This short poem has an important message about friendship. The worksheet has several questions, including a math problem.
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Anna is worried Kitty will miss the 4th of July parade! Will Kitty show up in time to watch the fun?
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Claire and Anna discover that reading can take you on unexpected adventures—even inside the pages of a good book!
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This short article gives students an overview of what makes a weather event a blizzard. It also includes four reading comprehension questions.
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