Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions The Bundle (2nd Grade)

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    These 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Checks offer students the opportunity to read a variety of high-interest and engaging passages at different levles. There are a total of 15 Reading Comprehension Checks for each month.


    Each Comprehenison Check includes:

    ★ four questions that are aligned to ELA 2nd Grade Standards

    ★ a color-code for finding and showing text evidence

    ★ vibrant real life photos to help build comprehension with nonfiction text

    ★ an answer key

    Each month there will be a leveled conversion chart that corresponds to each passage.

    The approximate conversion chart for each passage includes the following:

    •Lexile Level

    •DRA Level

    •AR Level

    •Fountas & Pinnell Guiding Reading Level

    ✅Be sure to downloadthe preview to see the conversion chart for each passage.

    Comprehension Checks for September :

    • How Pencils Are Made

    • School Lunches Around the World

    • Labor Day

    • Roald Dahl

    • Stocking Up for the Winter: How Animals Store Food

    • Skip the Sip: Say "NO" to Plastic Straws

    • What in the World is an Equinox?

    • Life on a Dairy Farm

    • Tips for a Good Night's Sleep

    • Kickoff!

    • Keeping Seeds Safe

    • Happy Birthday, Uncle Sam!

    • Sailing on the Mayflower

    • September: The Best Month

    • A Different Kind of Map

    Comprehension Checks for October:

    • How to Stay Safe from Fire

    • Before Christopher Columbus

    • Punkin Chunkin

    • All Because of a Cow

    • A Real Vampire (Bat)

    • The World Series

    • Thurgood Marshall

    • Know Your Fall Leaves

    • A Healthier Halloween

    • Make Your Own Costume

    • Book Review: There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves

    • Pets on Parade

    • Carying for Your Pearly Whites

    • The History of Pizza

    • All About Owls

    Comprehension Checks for November:

    • Battle of the Bird

    • Memorial Wall

    • The Wackiest Election

    • Thanksgiving Myths

    • Thankfulness Brings Happiness

    • Have a Healthy Feast

    • Moving and Sleeping

    • Fall Back in Fall

    • The Florence Flood of 1966

    • Mary Walker

    • Happy French Toast Day!

    • It's Your Duty

    • Perfect Place Cards

    • Rake in the Dough

    • Sky-Scraping Statues

    Comprehension Checks for December:

    • A Yummy Hanukkah

    • The Story Behind the Song

    • Make Your Own Ornament

    •The Best Holiday of the Year

    • A day to Celebrate

    • What is Pearl Harbor?

    • Operation Christmas Child

    • Snowiest Place on Earth

    • A Trip to the North Pole

    • The Reindeer People

    • Winter Camouflage

    • Best-Selling Toys

    • All about Evergreens

    • Happy Birthday, Walt Disney

    • The Polar Express: Book vs. Movie

    Comprehension Checks for January:

    • SMART Goals

    • I Have a Dream

    • To Protect and Serve

    • Penguins

    • Happy Birthday, Alexander Hamilton!

    • What is Gluten

    • King Tut Found!

    • Alaska

    • Gold!

    • The Coldest Place on Earth

    • Use Those Gift Cards

    • Beat the Winter Blues

    • Soup's On!

    • Skiing Superstar

    • Snow Sculpture Championship

    Comprehension Checks for February

    •Another New Year? (Chinese New Year)

    • Valentine's Day Cards

    • Strangest Super Bowl Ever

    • Washington vs. Lincoln

    • Groundhog Day

    • National Inventor's Day

    • Book Reviews

    • Heart Health

    • Happy Birthday, Susan B. Anthony!

    • Micro Countries

    • What are Amendments

    • Visit Orlando

    • Groundhogs

    • Our Crazy Calendar

    • Winter Olympics

    Comprehension Checks for March

    •Leprechaun Lore

    •Meet the Man Behind the Holiday

    •A Not-So-Nutty Idea

    •The Star Spangled Banner

    •Happy Birthday Alexander Graham Bell

    •Remember the Alamo!

    •Green in Your Pocket

    •Cherry Blossom Art

    •In Like a Lion

    •March Madness

    •The Corpse Flower

    •Visit Ireland

    •National Pi Day

    Comprehension Checks for April:

    •What Are Taxes Anyway?

    •Happy Birthday, Thomas Jefferson!

    •Take Your Child to Work Day

    •Visit Your Library

    •Just Kidding!

    •Children's Book Day

    •The Polish Tradition

    •The Boston Marathon

    •April Showers

    •The Best Name

    •Spring Break Fun

    •The Pony Express

    •Apollo 13

    •Easter Candy

    •Signs of Spring

    Comprehension Checks for May:

    •Make Every Day Mother's Day

    •Cinco de Mayo

    •Memorial Day

    •Derby Day

    •Star Wars

    •Sally Ride Day

    •The Eiffel Tower

    •What are the Armed Forces?

    •Happy Birthday Nellie Bly!

    •Famous Mothers

    •Who to Write a Limerick

    •President Nelson Mandela

    •The Best Pet

    •Lewis and Clark Head West

    •Ready to Blow!

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    Total Pages
    342 pages
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    Teaching Duration
    1 Year
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    (Not applicable to literature)
    Use information gained from the illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.
    Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.
    Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
    Describe how words and phrases (e.g., regular beats, alliteration, rhymes, repeated lines) supply rhythm and meaning in a story, poem, or song.


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