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2nd Grade Common Core: RL.2.3

Common Core Identifier: RL.2.3 / Grade: 2
Curriculum: Reading Literature: Key Ideas and Details
Detail: Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
19 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Rosie loves to hear her dad's bedtime stories. But when Dad gets sick and can't tell her a bedtime story, will they miss story time?
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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?
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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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Emily's animal neighbors enjoy most of her garden harvest, but Emily thinks up a spicy ending to the growing season.
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Aunt Lee just got more than 100 pets! The dialogue gives clues about what they are. Can you figure it out before Cindy?
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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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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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Lucky the dog is waking everyone up at the crack of dawn. At first everyone resists, but when they finally wake up, they see something amazing outside their front window.
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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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This two-page worksheet contain 14 questions about Judy Blume's novel, Freckle Juice. There are multiple choice questions, a matching section, and two short answer questions.
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A girl chases a bat across her backyard and tried to discover where it lives. Students read the story and then complete the check-for-understanding questions.
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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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Give the name of the character who is speaking for each quote on the page.
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Can you identify the person speaking for each quotation from the book, Flat Stanley?
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This file contains a series of multiple choice, true/false, and matching questions for the novel, Charlotte's Web.
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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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How does a chicken take a bath? Read this cute story to find out.
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Draw straight lines to match each character name to the correct description.
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This worksheet has 14 reading comprehension questions for the book, Frindle.
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