These Christmas worksheets focusing on Common Core CCSS Language standards are just what your second grade students need to celebrate the holiday in an “educational way” or even survive the first few days back after break. When your principal or curriculum director walks in, just point to the CCSS labels on the page. Most pages have the standard listed. Then show them just how engaged your students are. These are no prep for you and easy to use.
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(These will help you differentiate for your students.)
I didn't forget the answer keys... I have included them too.
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