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2nd Grade Common Core: RF.2.3c

Common Core Identifier: RF.2.3c / Grade: 2
Curriculum: Reading Foundational Skills: Phonics and Word recognition
Detail: Decode regularly spelled two-syllable words with long vowels.
60 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Fill in the table to show the number of syllables and sounds you see and hear in each word.  Grades 4 and up.
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Separate the syllables in these vowel-consonant-vowel (VC/CV) words.  Grades 4 and up.
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Students can use this worksheet to practice writing a spring-themed haiku. This worksheet features a flower image that can also be colored in.
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This file has level two word wall words. There are forty-seven cards in all.
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Color the pictures, trace along the dotted lines, and then write the words on the ruled lines.
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This short reading has been tailored for younger kids who are interested in learning about our solar system's star! Read the four paragraphs and then answer the four questions.
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In this game, students will roll a die. The number rolled will determine the column of sight words that they have to read from the game board.
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Use this worksheet to write a spring-themed poem. Then color in the rainbow!
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It takes many years for bald eagles' tail and head feathers to turn white. Learn about those and another color-changing body part in these short paragraphs.
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These word wall cards have level 3 sight words.
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On this printable phonics worksheet, color only the pictures of words that have a short o vowel sound.
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Learn about man's best friend in this short reading comp. Answer questions about mammals and some of dogs' physical traits.
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First, students roll number 1 through 6 on a die. The number rolled tells them which column of sight words to read on the game board.
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This worksheet tells what a couplet is and includes space for students to write three couplets of their own.
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Determine how each contraction is formed and tell what letters are missing.  Then, use the word in a complete sentence.
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This poem captures the excitement of the opening ceremony of the Olympics.
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Practice reading third grade sight words with this whole-class card game. Includes 26 game cards with words from the Level 3 (third grade) Dolch list.
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Write the letters ch or sh on each line to correctly complete the sentence.
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The narrator of this poem is having trouble living up to the high expectations set by her sister on Mother's Day.
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Kids will enjoy this fun poem about a child who befriends a turkey on Thanksgiving.
(Approx. Grade Level: 2)
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Choose a word to complete each rhyming couplet. Then write your own.
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Celebrate workers of all occupations with this Labor Day Poem. (There is a Canadian version on our Labour Day Page.)
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First underline the contraction in each sentence.  Then, tell what words the contraction stands for.
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An fun readers' theater about a girl who earns money and saves up for a purple basketball.  (10 characters, 4 page script)
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Use your knowledge of vowel sounds to answer these phonics questions.
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This Father's Day poem is a tribute to loving, supportive dads.
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Write an acrostic poem about your favorite animal. Includes a sample acrostic titled, "Tigers."
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The main character in this poem has a Superstar Dad who tells jokes, scares away monsters, and has an appreciation for big bugs.
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Practice writing rhyming couplets. This worksheet includes a definition of couplets and an example.
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This poem is written as a letter in which a child asks, "Why is Mother's Day only one day in May?"
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Unscramble the /ch/ words and find them in the puzzle.
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Each riddle can be answered with a ch or sh word.
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Cut out the words and paste them next to their matching contractions.
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Review sight words sight words with this whole-class card game. Includes 26 game cards with words from the Dolch Noun list.
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Change the words in parenthesis into a contraction to complete each sentence.
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Brainstorm words that have long and short vowel sounds.  List your words in the matrix chart.
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Read about Martin Luther King's dream for racial equality.
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Story about a class of students who visit the farm to learn about the animals.  (17 characters,  6 page script)
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Students will enjoy reading about this poem on February 2, Groundhog Day. It tells what happens if the groundhog emerges from his burrow and sees his shadow.
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Tell what each contraction stands for, then find the words in the puzzle.
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This poem describes a figure skater trying to win a gold medal.
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Practice reading second grade sight words with this whole-class card game. Includes 26 game cards with words from the Level 2 (second grade) Dolch list.
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Unscramble the /sh/ words and find them in the puzzle.
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Find out what happens when a young girl bakes an eleven-layer Mother's Day cake and burns it.
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Write your own Haiku. This worksheet includes a definition of a haiku and an sample.
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Read this poem when you celebrate the 4th of July.
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The pine tree is dressed in its holiday wear, with silvery angels and garlands for flair.
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An entertaining reader's theater script about three children who want to have a bear as a pet.  (6 characters, 5 page script)
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Match the vowel sound on the left with the word on the right.
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Read each word and determine its vowel sound.  Color the boxes according to the key.
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Make a list of words that begins and ends with sh and ch
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Choose the correct contraction word to best complete each sentence.
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What does Mom want for Mother's Day? A box of slime? Shiny rocks? Maybe some glow-in-the-dark socks?
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Possessive nouns and contractions both have apostrophes in them.  Learn the differences between these two types of words.
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An extra letter has been added to these short vowel words.  Students must figure out the mystery words by removing one letter.  (example:  meop = mop)
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Here's a poem about the symbolism behind the design of the American Flag.
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In this craft project, students write tree haiku about zoo animals. Then cut and color to make a "haiku zoo" chain display.
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Here's another terrific poem to use i your classroom on Groundhog Day.
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Complete the poem by adding descriptive adverbs to each action verb. Use words from the word bank, or think of your own.
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A fun Readers' Theater story about a hungry kickball team whose wish for popcorn is magically granted.
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