My Second Grade Adventure: Year Long Writing & End of the Year Keepsake

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Are you looking for yearly writing activity for your second grade students? Try this Second Grade Adventure Year Long Writing Booklet. This resource includes a choice of four booklet covers and monthly adventure student sheets. This activity is a great way to see student writing growth and students just love to go back and read what they have written in the previous months. Record students monthly adventures & gives parents a great end of the school year keepsake with this unique resource!

Resource Prep: Choose cover you would like for classroom book and print it on cardstock or regular copy paper (you could use colored paper with the black and white copy provided). Copy monthly pages for students on regular copy paper. Booklets include cover, plain piece of cardstock or copy paper for back cover and the monthly pages are inserted between the two covers. Either staple or bind the booklet pages together.

Make booklets for the year for each student before school begins or have a parent helper put them together the first few weeks of school so they will be ready to use each month. You can use colored ink or use the black and white copy that are provided in the resource.

Special Idea: Sometime during the school year make another cover for each student on cardstock and in color. Take photos of your students and place their photo in the star or square. Laminate the cover and a plain white sheet of cardstock for the back of the booklet for each student. At the end of the school year staple on the new cover and back page of their booklet and send it home at the end of the school year as a keepsake for parents!

Resource Includes the Following:

✎ My Adventures Booklet Cover: 4 Different Styles:3 Colored & One Black & White

✎ MonthlyAdventure Student Pages (2 pages per month):2Different Styles:1 Colored & One Black
& White

Resource Directions:

My Adventures Booklet Cover: Have students put their names on and draw a picture of themselves in the star or square of the book cover you have chosen.

Monthly Adventure Student Pages: At the end of each month fill out the pages for that particular month. Talk about what you did during the month; the things that were learned, the special activities; and things that happened in your classroom.. The students write down their thoughts about the month and then draw a picture in the space provided that relates to their writing. There are two pages for each month; one page that has the month title and some writing lines and the second page has the monthly border and just lines for those students who have a lot to write about.

At the end of the school year have your students evaluate and look at how their writing has changed throughout the school year. It is always fun and interesting to look back and see what adventures you have done throughout the year.

Kids have some writing fun while writing about their monthly adventures throughout the school year!


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60 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recall information from experiences or gather information from provided sources to answer a question.
Write narratives in which they recount a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events, include details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide a sense of closure.

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