2nd & 3rd Grade Reading Mini Lessons Bundle - Google & Seesaw Distance Learning

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    ⭐️ These digital Reading Comprehension Mini Lessons for Google Slides & Seesaw are perfect for classroom & distance learning. This bundle includes five days of mini lessons for every 2nd and 3rd grade reading comprehension standard based skill. Each unit is skill based and features lessons that utilize interactive multimedia, mentor text picture books, YouTube read alouds, skill based questions, anchor charts, and more.

    ⭐️ These lessons are designed for teachers to present and complete with students remotely or in person as a presentation. Each lesson is designed to take one week to complete, but they are flexible and can also be used as a review center for students.

    ⭐️ Mentor texts are carefully selected to meet each lesson standard and include a wide range of diverse characters.

    *Please Note: This Bundle includes Reading Mini-Lessons for BOTH the 2nd and 3rd Grade Standards. Thirteen of these units are SAME for both grades. The price of this bundle takes into consideration these combined resources.


    ✏️ Skill Overview - Each mini lesson includes a video that introduces the skill.

    ✏️ Anchor Charts - Fillable skill based anchor charts help students grasp key concepts.

    ✏️ Multimedia Engagement - Integrates read-alouds via YouTube links.

    ✏️ Interactive - Slides are interactive with fillable text boxes and integrated links and embedded videos.

    ✏️ Skill Focused - Graphic organizers to practice each comprehension skill or strategy.

    ✏️ Quick Assessment - Exit ticket for informal assessment at the end of each lesson.

    Teachers Just ❤️LOVE❤️ This Resource:

    ★ Tasha L. said, "This is amazing! I have never been so excited about a resource as I was about this. It has all the standards that I use and for a whole week. They are simple and easy that to give them to my distance students is perfect so they can learn while I teach my in person students the same thing, that can at least get great instruction! Thank you!!"

    ★ Stephanie R. said, "I am so happy that I found this. I was reassigned to teach 2nd and 3rd grade seven days before school began. I have been out of the classroom for 2 years. I can't tell you the stress I was under until I found this resource. It is changing everything. Thank you!"

    What's Included:

    Reading Literature

    1. RL.2.1/ 3.1 Ask and Answer Questions in Fiction
    2. RL.2.2/ 3.2 Recount Stories
    3. RL.2.3 Character Response
    4. RL.3.3 Describe Characters
    5. RL.2.4 Words and Phrases in Poetry
    6. RL.3.4 Figurative Language
    7. RL.2.5 Story Structure
    8. RL.3.5 Fiction Structure
    9. RL.2.6/ 3.6 Point of View
    10. RL.2.7/ 3.7 Use Illustrations
    11. RL.2.9 Compare & Contrast Versions of Stories
    12. RL.3.9 Compare & Contrast Similar Stories
    13. RL.2.10/ 3.10 Fiction Comprehension Review

    Reading Informational Text

    1. RI.2.1/ 3.1 Ask and Answer Questions in Nonfiction
    2. RI.2.2/ 3.2 Topic, Main Idea, and Details
    3. RI.2.3/ 3.3 Connections in Historical Events, Scientific Ideas, and Technical Steps
    4. RI.2.4/ 3.4 Context Clues
    5. RI.2.5/ 3.5 Text and Web Features
    6. RI.2.6 Author’s Purpose of Informational Text
    7. RI.3.6 Point of View
    8. RI.2.7/ 3.7 Nonfiction Text Images
    9. RI.2.8 Reasons Support Points
    10. RI.3.8 Nonfiction Text Structure
    11. RI.2.9/ 3.9 Compare and Contrast Points
    12. RI.2.10/ 3.10 Nonfiction Comprehension Review

    To see a full walk through of one of these resources, check out this video.

    Not a Google or Seesaw Classroom?

    These units can easily be converted to PowerPoint for use with Microsoft Teams or used directly from your Google Drive account.

    Copyright & Terms of Use

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    These units are also included in my comprehensive Skills Packs.

    Skills packs include everything you need to teach a skill!

    This resource also aligns seamlessly with my best selling Core Comprehension series.

    Looking for centers? I have skills-based printable task cards and digital Boom cards here.


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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    By the end of year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, in the grades 2–3 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
    Compare and contrast the most important points presented by two texts on the same topic.
    Describe how reasons support specific points the author makes in a text.
    Explain how specific images (e.g., a diagram showing how a machine works) contribute to and clarify a text.
    Identify the main purpose of a text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe.


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