2nd Grade Morning Work ELA Boom Cards Bundle Digital Daily Language Skills DOL

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2nd Grade Morning ELA Work Boom Cards Bundle - Are you ready to engage your 2nd Grade students with a daily language review? This digital 2nd Grade language review is perfect. Use as 2nd Grade Morning Work or a daily ELA warm-up and know that each day your students are reviewing and practicing important math skills and concepts. This digital 2nd grade ELA review uses Boom Cards on the Boom Learning Platform. Students are highly engaged in the interactive ELA activities and they receive instant feedback on their answers. This bundle includes 36 weeks of daily language on second-grade language standards. Audio has been added starting at week 21 to make students even more independent.

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2nd Grade Language Daily Review Morning Work includes:

  • 36 weeks of digital daily ELA review using Boom Cards
  • Monthly Skills Focus
  • Audio included on each slide starting with week 21
  • Audio for weeks 1-20 will be added at a later date
  • Perfect for morning work, language arts centers, ela warm-ups, homework
  • 1st Quarter Review
  • 2nd Quarter Review

Here is what's included:

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*I am so excited to say that I have added audio to each slide! (Starting with week 21 and forward. I will go back and add audio to weeks 1-20 later).

When your student clicks on the "sound button", it will read the directions to them. Of course, some students will not need this feature but will be helpful for those that do.

The first page is the menu and will help students navigate to get to the correct day for that week. Once a student finishes the last task card for the day, they will automatically be taken back to the menu.

There are 36 weeks included in this bundle. Each set is divided into 5 days for that week (50 task cards). Each day is color-coded and consists of 10 cards with some cards having multiple problems on the task card. So when completed this bundle will have 2,000 digital task cards!

Each month concentrates on certain skills that also spiral throughout the month (and month to month, so I will group every 4 weeks into the same skills, but different problems on each task card). I use the printable version with my students every year and it was amazing to see their growth. Each month progressively gets more challenging and works on skills that 2nd graders need to know.

So needless to say, I just love BOOM cards. I use them with my class and it is so nice to have a quick assessment of whatever skill my students are working on. I love them even more now because I can assign task cards with DISTANCE LEARNING and I am able to see how my students are doing from afar.

I am also including a free printable version of the same skills for extra practice.

►I realize that some of these skills are not taught until a little later on. I am going to use this first week to see how my students do. So, this can be used sort of like a pretest, just to see what they know. This also might be a good time to do this together {if you have a smartboard} to show how BOOM cards work and what buttons to push.

Since the 1st 4 weeks go over the same skills, you will be amazed at how well they will do in the last week!

The whole bundle {year} will be grouped into 4 weeks at a time going over the same skills using the spiraling effect.

Here are the skills included in weeks 1-4

►Digraphs

►Past and Present

►Syllables

►Following Directions

►Short and Long Vowels

►ABC Order

►Kinds of Sentences

►Sight Words

►Making Words

►Contractions

►Compound Words

►Nouns

►Unscramble the sentence

►-ER and -EST endings

►Missing Vowel

►Correct the Spelling

►Fact or Opinion

►Fix the Sentence

►Main Idea

►Rhyming

►Sequencing

►Suffixes

►Missing Beginning Sounds

►Shades of Meaning

►Verbs

►Synonyms

►Capitalization

Here are the skills included in weeks 5-8

►Synonyms

►Adjectives

►Capitalization

►Nouns

►Complete Sentences

►R-Blends

►Verbs

►Missing Vowel Pairs

►Making Words

►Unscramble the Sentence

►Subject

►Hard and Soft G Sound

►Rhyming

►Sight Words

►Kinds of Sentences

►Blends

►ABC Order

►Short I Sound

►Spelling

►Sort Word Scramble

►Contractions

►Syllables

►Complete Sentences

►Sight Word {word search}

►Fix the Sentence

►Multiple Meaning Words

►Sequencing

Here are the skills included in weeks 9-12

►Present and Past Tense Verbs

►Sounds of Y

►Plural Words

►Nouns

►Antonyms

►L-Blends

►Verbs

►Missing Digraphs

►Making Words

►Unscramble the Sentence

►Predicate

►Irregular Verbs

►Rhyming

►Sight Words

►Compound Words

►Blends

►ABC Order

►Long I Sound

►Spelling

►Sort Word Scramble

►Contractions

►CVC Words

►Irregular Plural Nouns

►Sight Word {word search}

►Prefixes

►Homophones

►Proper Nouns

►Base Words

►Combining Sentences

Here are the skills included in weeks 13-17

►Questions / Commands

►ABC Order

►Digraphs

►Nouns / Verbs

►Abbreviations

►Syllable Sort

►Sight Words

►Contractions

►Long U Sound

►Making Words

►Correct the Date

►EE Words / EA Words

►Idioms

►Long A Sound

►-ER and -EST Words

►CVCe Words

►Present and Past Tense Verbs

►Parts of Speech

►Unscramble the Sentence

►Sequencing

►Prefixes

►Sight Word {word search}

►Sight Word Scramble

►Possessive Nouns

►Pronouns

►Adjectives

►Compound Words

►Synonyms

►Quotation Marks

►Guide Words

►Fact of Opinion

►Verbs

►Adjectives

Here are the skills included in weeks 17-20

►R-Blends

►Complete Sentences

►Unscramble the Sentence

►ABC Order Collective Nouns

►Sounds of "ed" at the end of a word

►Vowel Pairs

►IGH words and y words

►Making Words

►Analogies

►Base Words

►Antonyms

►Sight Words

►Homophones

►Compound Words

►Nouns

►Following Directions

►Fix the Sentence

►Sight Word Scramble

►Is or Are?

►Fact or Opinion

►Boggle

►Subject / Verb Agreement

►Noun or Verb?

►ABC order (2nd letter)

►Digraphs

►Riddles

►Adjectives

►Adjective Maze

Here are the skills included in weeks 21-24

►Contractions

►Irregular Verbs

►Antonyms

►Multiple Meaning Words

►ABC Order to the 2nd Letter

►Pronouns

►Adjectives

►Spelling

►Sight Words

►Questions

►Vowel Sounds

►Compound Words

►Fix the sentence

►Nouns or Verbs

►Nouns

►Syllables

►Synonyms

►Pronouns

►Sight Words

►Boggle

►Hard G Sound

►Vowel Sounds

►ABC Order

►Word Ladder

►Prefixes

►Writing a Question

►Suffixes

►Plural Nouns

Here are the skills included in weeks 25-28

►Base Words

►Prefixes

►Synonyms

►SH Digraph

►Homophones

►Spelling

►Adverbs

►Cause and Effect

►Word Family (ing)

►Questions

►Suffixes

►Fact or Opinion

►Compound Words

►2 and 3 Syllables

►Guide Words

►Contractions

►Sight Word Scramble

►Reflexive Pronouns

►Boggle

►Analogies

►Author's Purpose

►CH Digraph

►Plural Nouns

►Sight Words

►Fix the Sentence

►Vowel Sounds

►Compare & Contrast

►ABC Order to the 2nd Letter

Here are the skills included in weeks 29-32

►Shades of Meaning

►Suffixes

►Irregular Verbs

►R-Controlled Vowels

►Sight Words

►Adjectives

►Context Clues

►ABC Order (2nd Letter)

►Quotation Marks

►Homophones

►Contractions

►Inferences

►Spelling

►Antonyms

►Analogies

►Word Family

►Classify Words

►Syllabication

►Boggle

►Idioms

►Author's Purpose

►-ER and -EST

►Silent Letters

►Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives

►Idioms

►Syllabication

►Compare & Contrast

►Syllables

Here are the skills included in weeks 33-36

►Context Clues

►Contractions

►Collective Nouns

►Syllables

►Synonyms

►Inferences

►Sorting Adverbs

►ABC Order (3rd Letter)

►-ER and -EST Endings

►Abbreviations

►OO Words

►Fix the Sentence

►Sight Words

►Guide Words

►Commas in a Series

►Present and Past Tense Verbs

►Missing Question

►Boggle

►Sight Word Scramble

►Your and You're

►Syllabication

►AW or AU

►Antonyms

►Sounds of EA

►Sequencing

►Irregular Nouns

►Sorting Adjectives

►OI or OY

►WHAT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD?

Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you have devices, but not always sure how to keep your kiddos engaged with relevant material? Well, look no further - BOOM Cards are so COOL and you don't have to do a thing!

When the student picks an answer, it either circles it green and says "Correct", or circles it red and says "Wrong Answer". It automatically goes to the next slide, and has many more cool features!

►HOW DO BOOM CARDS WORK?

This purchase will give you a PDF that will lead you to the Boom Learning platform. THIS IS A DIGITAL RESOURCE, PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO READ BELOW ABOUT THIS PRODUCT, AND CLICK ON THE PREVIEW TO SEE IF THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WILL WORK FOR YOU!⭐

Please note that you are not downloading and saving the task cards (deck) to your computer. You will download a PDF file that contains a link to this FREE deck on the Boom platform. Once there, you will click on the link and add the deck to your Boom library. See below or in my PDF for more information on how easy it is to create a Boom account.

WHAT IS NEEDED:

To use Boom Cards, you must be connected to the Internet. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge). Apps are available for Android, iPads, iPhones, and Kindle Fires. For security and privacy, adults must have a Boom Learning account to use and assign Boom Cards. You will be able to assign the Boom Cards you are buying with "Fast Pins," (play provides instant feedback for self-grading Boom Cards). Fast Play is always a free way for students to engage with Boom Cards decks. For additional assignment options you'll need a premium account. If you are new to Boom Learning, you will be offered a free trial of our premium account. Read here for details: http://bit.ly/BoomTrial.

You may be eligible for a free trial from Boom Learning. Read here for details: http://bit.ly/BoomTrial. If you choose not to stay on a premium account after your free trial, you will still be able to assign all your Boom Cards to as many students as you see fit using Fast Play pins (which give instant feedback for decks that are self-grading).

QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Use collective nouns (e.g., group).
Form and use frequently occurring irregular plural nouns (e.g., feet, children, teeth, mice, fish).
Form and use the past tense of frequently occurring irregular verbs (e.g., sat, hid, told).
Use adjectives and adverbs, and choose between them depending on what is to be modified.

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