2nd Grade Grammar Distance Learning Google Classroom Digital Games & Activities

The Candy Class
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2nd - 3rd, Homeschool
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    Looking for extra grammar review? This complete resource includes 19 digital task card sets with a presentation anchor chart at the beginning to teach each concept. It also has answer keys at the end for self-checking. Each grammar digital task card set is formatted for Google Classroom use. Students can either type on the cards, drag the object/circle over the answer or use a recording sheet.

    If you do not have Google Classroom, there are also alternative sets of the task cards to run as a presentation and use with a no prep recording sheet. This option makes these accessible for anyone who has access to Google Drive and Google Slides, which are free!

    Did I also mention how these can be used on tablets and other mobile devices? It is true. You can use this on a tablet or computer. You can even use them with an interactive whiteboard and projector! *Tech specs below.

    And of course, the whole interactive whiteboard thing is an option. These can be used simply on just a computer or tablet as a grammar center activity! It is versatile!

    Not only that, but this resource stands out from many simple apps because it automatically saves their work when using with Google Classroom. That means accessibility to view their work for assessment purposes and more!

    You save over 40% on this bundle! That is like getting many free digital task cards!

    This bundle is in a bigger bundle for 2nd Grade Digital Task Cards for Language. Find that here.

    If you already use Google™ Classroom, you only need to simply assign students a file and you are set! It is simple like handing them a sheet of paper! However, you can also project these on the board for whole instruction too!

    Includes the Following 19 Sets of Digital Task Cards for Google Classroom Use:

    Grammar Task Cards
    Adjectives & Adverbs -Set 1
    Adjectives & Adverbs - Set 2
    Adjectives & Adverbs - Set 3
    Collective Nouns
    Irregular Plural Nouns - Name Changes Set
    Irregular Plural Nouns- Ends in F or FE Set
    Irregular Plural Nouns- Ends in Y
    Reflexive Pronouns
    Past Tense Irregular Verbs
    Compound Sentences
    Proper Nouns
    Commas in a Letter
    Possessive Nouns
    Spelling Patterns
    Reference Tools for Spelling

    Language Knowledge Task Cards
    Formal & Informal English Digital Task Cards -Paperless for Google Classroom Use

    Almost all sets include 28 digital task cards, except for the irregular plural noun sets. Those include 20 digital task cards each instead.

    Please view the preview for more details about this resource.

    ***There are some technical requirements to use this resource. At minimum you will need a free Google email account and access to Google Drive and Google Slides on any device you plan to use this resource. Please note, if using Google Drive, I recommend using the digital task cards that are formatted for running as a presentation and with use of a no prep printable recording sheet. For students to save their work with use of the drag and drop and typing features, you will need Google Classroom. If using the drag and drop and typing features on an interactive whiteboard for class presentations, Google Drive will be sufficient. For more technical details, please see the preview. ***

    ***For Interactive Whiteboard/ Smartboard use: To use any dragging/dropping features, your interactive whiteboard will need the feature that performs mouse functions with touch in programs outside of the brand software of the interactive whiteboard. Basically, the touch feature takes the place of how you would use a mouse in other applications such as PowerPoint, surfing the internet, etc. Generally, this feature is there and it should do this. However, in some older interactive whiteboards, this feature may be limited to the brand software of the interactive whiteboard. If you can recall using touch features in other applications such as the internet, than you should be good to go.***

    For more details about this resource, please view the preview by clicking on the button under the picture that says preview. It breaks everything down more clearly. If you are having trouble viewing the preview, feel free to contact me at teachcandyclass@gmail.com. I will be glad to send you a copy of the preview.

    Please note, this resource is for personal, classroom use only. Also, I am not affiliated or associated with Google, nor do they endorse this resource. This resource for phonics is simply a resource that can be used with their software/apps.

    Thank you so much for stopping by the Candy Class!

    Jolene :)

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Compare formal and informal uses of English.
    Use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading, or listening.
    Consult reference materials, including beginning dictionaries, as needed to check and correct spellings.
    Generalize learned spelling patterns when writing words (e.g., cage -> badge; boy -> boil).
    Use an apostrophe to form contractions and frequently occurring possessives.


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