Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables

Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Luke Goes to Bat Second Grade NO PREP Supplemental Printables
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Check out these full unit and year long bundles below!

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Journey into reading with this NO PREP packet of literacy printables that can be used in so many ways. You can use it for reading and writing centers during rotations, as formative classroom assessment, enrichment for your gifted students, or even RTI for your students that need a little something extra. These supplemental materials go with the book Luke Goes to Bat by Rachel Isadora. Journal prompt powerpoints are included. They are full of colorful and eye-catching fonts and pictures to start your day.

Each page is completely common core aligned and lists the standard right at the bottom of the page. "I Can" statements for each standard are also listed on the page to save you time!

Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Long I (i, igh, y)
Grammar: Subject-Verb Agreement, Prepositional Phrases
Vocabulary: Multiple Entries, Antonyms
Phonics: Segment Phonemes, Long I (i, igh, y)
Writing: Narrative Writing, Story Paragraph, Development
Reading: Sequence of Events, Visualize, Formal and Informal Language
Speaking and Listening: Answer Using Complete Sentences
Fluency: Stress, High-Frequency Words

If you enjoy this packet, please check out my other second grade sets HERE and HERE .



Included in this set:
Journal Entry Pages:
Sports (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5): Students will draw and write to describe a sport that they play or would like to learn to play.

Perseverance (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5): Students will draw and write to describe a time they almost gave up, but kept trying.

Fame (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5): Students will draw and write to describe a famous person that they admire.

The Best Me (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5): Students will write and draw to describe a person that encourages them to keep trying to be the best version of themselves.

First (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5): Students will write and draw to explain what they would like to be the "first" to do.

Spelling Practice:
Spelling Pretest: Students will use these sheets (printer friendly – 2 to a page) to take a spelling pretest.

I Can Sort Words By Long I Spelling (L.2.2d) - Students will sort spelling words by long vowel spelling (i, igh, y).

I Can Find Antonyms and Finish Sentences With My Words (RF.2.4, L.2.4a) - Students will find antonyms for given words and will use spelling words to complete sentences.

I Can Put Words in Alphabetical Order (L.2.2d, L.2.2e) - Students will put groups of spelling words into alphabetical order.

I Can Sort Words By Length (L.2.2d) - Students will sort spelling words by length.

I Can Match Sounds With Spelling Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will match their spelling words to pictures with the same beginning sound.

Spelling Test – Students will use these sheets (printer friendly – 2 to a page) to test their spelling for the unit.

Grammar Practice:
I Can Choose the Correct Verb For Each Subject (L.2.1) - Students will change a verb to complete a sentence ensuring subject-verb agreement (present tense words adding -s).

I Can Choose the Correct Verb For Each Subject (L.2.1) - Students will change a verb to complete a sentence ensuring subject-verb agreement (present tense words adding -es).

I Can Use Prepositional Phrases to Describe Where (L.2.1, L.2.1f) - Students will complete sentences with prepositional phrases to describe where something is in a picture.

I Can Choose the Correct Verb For Each Subject (L.2.1) - Students will change a verb to complete a sentence ensuring subject-verb agreement (present tense words adding -s or -es).

I Can Use Long I Sound Words in a Sentence (RF.2.3f, L.2.1f) - Students will write a sentence using a given long i sound word and then determine what kind of sentence they wrote (question, statement, command, compound, exclamatory).

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Use a Digital Dictionary (L.2.2e, L.2.2d, L.2.6) - Students will look a misspelled vocabulary word up in the dictionary, correct the spelling, then determine if it was used correctly in a sentence based on what they learned about the meaning (including vocabulary and extended vocabulary words).

I Can Use a Dictionary to Find Multiple Meanings (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will look up given words in the dictionary, then write the definition for each part of speech given.

I Can Use a Dictionary to Find Antonyms (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a dictionary to determine if given sets of words are antonyms or not.

I Can Use a Dictionary to Find Multiple Meanings (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will look up given words in the dictionary, then write the definition for each part of speech given.

I Can Use a Thesaurus to Find Antonyms (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a thesaurus to find antonyms for given words.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Change Spelling to Change Vowel Sounds (RF.2.3a, RF.2.3b) - Students will change short i words to long i words by adding a magic e to the end.

I Can Read Short and Long Vowel Words (RF.2.3a, RF.2.3b, RF.2.4) - Students will use long and short i words to complete sentences.

I Can Divide Compound Words (L.2.4d) - Students will separate compound words into the word parts.

I Can Change Spelling to Change Vowel Sounds (RF.2.3a, RF.2.3b) - Students will change short i words to long i words by changing the i to igh.

I Can Sort Long and Short I Vowel Sounds in Words (RF.2.3a, RF.2.3b) - Students will color to sort short and long i vowel sound words.

Writing Practice:
I Can Write a story (W.2.3, L.2.1f) - Students will use this organizer to plan a story about a person who meets their hero.

I Can Write Dialogue for Characters (L.2.1f, W.2.3) - Students will read about situations each character is going through and then write dialogue for them using quotation marks.

I Can Put Events in Order When I Write a Story (W.2.3) - Students will read events from common stories or nursery rhymes and sequence them.

I Can Write Clear Sentences (L.2.1f, W.2.3) - Students will read long stringy sentences and rewrite them in a clearer way in one or more sentences.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.1, RL.2.1, RL.2.3, RL.2.7): Students will create a folding home plate craftivity to answer the lesson’s performance task (all information including teaching instructions, craft templates, and example photographs are included – everything you need to do the activity is here!).

Reading Practice:
I Can Visualize the Setting of a Text (RL.2.7, RL.2.1, L.2.1f) - Students will read a specific section of the text, then draw to show what the rooftop looks like.

I Can Find Informal Language While I Read (RL.2.1, L.2.3a, RF.2.4, RL.2.4) - Students will find informal language used in the text, then record it and explain what it means.

I Can Put a Story's Events in Order (RL.2.2, RL.2.5) - Students will cut and paste to put Luke Goes to Bat in order.

I Can Visualize the Setting of a Text (RL.2.7, RL.2.1, L.2.1f) - Students will read a specific section of the text, then draw to show what Ebbetts Field looks like.

I Can Put a Story's Events in Order (RL.2.2, RL.2.5) - Students will cut and paste to put events from the Jackie Robinson wepage in order.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Read My Sight Words Correctly (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4b) - Students will read sight word sentences aloud, paying attention to stress.

I Can Count Letters and Syllables in My Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will sort sight words by number of syllables and number of letters in each word.

I Can Find My Sight Words in a Word Search (RF.2.3f) - Students will find their sight words in a word search.

I Can Create Sentences With My Sight Words (RF.2.3f, L.2.1f) - Students will create sentences using sight words using given sentence types (command, compound, statement, question, exclamatory), then illustrate their sentences.

I Can Read and Understand Sight Word Sentences (RF.2.3f, RL.2.1) - Students will read a sight word story, then answer questions and draw to illustrate what happened.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Discuss a Story With a Partner (SL.2.4, RL.2.1, SL.2.1, SL.2.6) - Students will discuss Luke Goes to Bat with a partner using complete sentences.

I Can Retell Each Part of a Story (SL.2.2, RL.2.5) - Students will summarize to tell what happened at the beginning, middle, and end of Luke Goes to Bat.

I Can Compare Advertisements (RI.2.1, W.2.1, W.2.8, SL.2.2, SL.2.26) - Students will study given bat advertisements and discuss how they are alike and different with a partner using complete sentences.

I Can Discuss a Story With a Partner (SL.2.4, RL.2.1, SL.2.1, SL.2.6) - Students will discuss the Jackie Robinson webpage with a partner using complete sentences.

I Can Retell Each Part of a Story (SL.2.2, RL.2.5) - Students will summarize to tell what happened at the beginning, middle, and end of the Jackie Robinson webpage.
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