Contractions Worksheets & Posters for 2nd Grade L.2.2.C

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I really appreciate the clarity and simplicity of these grammar sheets. It makes practicing the skills accessible for all students.
Used this during a week-long apostrophe unit while student teaching! It was low prep which made my life a lot easier and I didn't need to modify or change anything. Thank you!
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Make learning fun with this set of 2nd grade contractions activities! This resource will help your students practice using an apostrophe to form contractions and frequently occurring possessives. With these contraction worksheets and anchor charts, your students will learn how to identify and use contractions. 


This no-prep resource is a great supplemental tool to help students practice implementing contractions in their writing. Oftentimes, textbooks and workbooks can be dull and boring. These contraction worksheets will work great as a fun and quick supplemental tool to help students learn contractions and frequently occurring possessives. 


Included with this packet of 2nd grade contractions worksheets and anchor charts: 

  • 1 Contractions anchor chart
  • 15 Contractions worksheets 
  • Answer key 


Originally made for second grade, these contraction activities can be used for high level first graders and it would be a great review tool for third graders. You may also find it useful to use with ESOL students. These contraction activities cover Common Core Standard: L.2.2.C Use an apostrophe to form contractions and frequently occurring possessives.


You will LOVE using these contraction anchor charts and worksheets in your classroom! Try using them for…

❤️whole group work

❤️small group intervention

❤️early finishers

❤️independent work

❤️homework

❤️interventions

❤️morning work

❤️assessment


Differentiation is easy with these 2nd grade contractions activities! There are various levels of practice sheets and contraction anchor charts to support independence in your classroom. Whether you follow Common Core or not, this contractions pack will be beneficial to your students to enhance their grammar and spelling skills. 


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What teachers are saying…


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Students enjoyed the challenge of finding the clues to determine the meaning of the words.” - C.C.


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “These were so excellent for teaching sentence level context clues. I'm so glad I had this resource to cover that standard!” - Kathryn M.


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This is well-formatted for students and an effective way to practice in both whole group and small-group intervention/follow-up. More user-friendly than their text book!” - Cynthia F.


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Use an apostrophe to form contractions and frequently occurring possessives.

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