Guided Reading Curriculum Month 7 | 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension and Writing

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    These guided reading activities are great for making your literacy block fun and focused while also teaching 2nd grade reading comprehension and writing standards.  This Guided Reading with a Purpose Month 7 Bundle includes reading comprehension and writing activities for 25 different mentor texts including 5 printable nonfiction readers PLUS 5 classic fairy tale passages. These guided reading activities focus on basketball, fractured and classic fairy tales, space, and women in history for the month of March.  There are 20 lesson units included in this bundle featuring fiction and nonfiction text. These topics are perfect for social-emotional learning and deepening understanding of important comprehension skills for whole group or small group guided reading. 

    These engaging book companion units include

    • Unique crafts
    • Multiple writing prompts across the genres
    • Graphic organizers
    • Story element posters
    • Bulletin board posters
    • Comprehension strategy posters
    • Anchor chart headers
    • Focused worksheets to deepen understanding of the story elements
    • Book talk questions
    • Parent connection materials
    • Lesson plan ideas and more!

    Comprehension strategies covered in these units:

    • nonfiction text features: diagrams and timelines
    • comparing fiction vs. nonfiction
    • compare and contrast
    • story mapping
    • character analysis
    • Also reviews strategies previously taught such as topic, main idea, text connections, problem and solution, character analysis, schema, checking for understanding, and more

    The Guided Reading with a Purpose Curriculum is used to not only meet standards but to teach grade-level themes and important social lessons that are so valuable to our classroom foundations.  Each day a new book is shared with your class, in fact, five different books are shared each week revolving around a central theme to keep your guided reading time focused and impactful. What you'll love most is that you don't need to rush through teaching multiple strategies or concepts in a week.  In order for our students to fully grasp concepts, we spend time analyzing and exploring the skills allowing students to make deeper connections to concepts. Each day as you share engaging text, create fun crafts, complete themed activities, and participate in focused book talks will lead to memorable learning for your students.

    Take a closer look at the Guided Reading units included in this bundle:

    Basketball Madness Week 24

    Printable Basketball Biographies included:

    Space Week 25

    The Outer Space Books covered in the bundle are:

    Fairy Tales Week 26

    The Fractured fairy tale Books covered in the bundle are:

    Each tale also has the printable classic passage included (2 x the stories!)

    Women in History Week 27

    The Women's History Books covered in the bundle are:

    Check out these other helpful Guided Reading with a Purpose Units...

    MONTH 1

    MONTH 2

    MONTH 3

    MONTH 4

    MONTH 5

    MONTH 6

    MONTH 7

    ► WEEK 1 Classroom Expectations Guided Reading with a Purpose

    ► WEEK 2 Friendship Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 3 All About Me and My Family Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 4 Goal Setting and Growth Mindset Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 5 Anti-Bully and Kindness Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 6 Nocturnal Animals Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 7 Fall Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 8 Halloween Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 9 Election and Government Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 10 Insect and Bug Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 11 Fall Turkey Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 12 Natural Disasters & Wild Weather Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 13 Animals in Winter Animal Hibernation Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 14 Snowmen in Winter Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 15 Gingerbread Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 16 Polar Animals Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 17 MLK and Dreams Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 18 Snow and Weather Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 19 Penguins Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 20 Letter Writing with Character Perspective Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 21 Feelings Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 22 Mythical Creatures Summary Guided Reading Activities

    ► WEEK 23 Context Clues and Vocabulary Reading Comprehension Activities Bundle

    ► WEEK 24 Basketball Madness Reading Comprehension Activities

    ► WEEK 25 Space Fiction vs Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Activities

    ► WEEK 26 Compare and Contrast Fractured Fairy Tales vs Classic Fairy Tales

    ► WEEK 27 Women in History Character Analysis and Traits

    ► WEEK 28 Dinosaurs Main Idea and Supporting Details

    ► WEEK 29 Earth Day Taking Care of Our Planet Text Connections

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
    Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral.
    Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
    Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
    Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.


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