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This is a bundle of my 2nd Grade March, April, and May packets.

This**Second Grade Spring Common Core No Prep Bundle** contains activities that are fun, engaging, and **common core aligned**. Math and literacy activities are included and the common core standard addressed is printed clearly on each page. All activities require NO PREP - just print and go!

Packets for September - May are available in my store. The packets build upon each other and increase in difficulty as the year progresses. ALL second grade math and language arts common core standards are addressed!

**You can purchase the individual packets here:**

Second Grade September / Back to School Common Core No Prep Packet

Second Grade October / Halloween Common Core No Prep Packet

Second Grade November / Thanksgiving Common Core No Prep Packet

Second Grade December / Christmas Common Core Packet

Second Grade January / Winter Common Core Packet

Second Grade February / Valentine's Day Common Core Packet

Second Grade March / St. Patrick's Day Common Core Packet

Second Grade April / Easter Common Core Packet

Second Grade May / End of School Common Core Packet

**Or save BIG with the bundles:**

Second Grade Fall Common Core No Prep Bundle

Second Grade Winter Common Core No Prep Bundle

Second Grade Spring Common Core No Prep Bundle

**Get the ALL YEAR bundle here:**

Second Grade All Year Common Core No Prep Bundle

**Included in the March Packet:**

Literacy:

*Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Literature) (RL.2.1) – Read a fiction book and answer the questions.

*Plot Diagram (RL.2.5) – Use the diagram to show different parts of a fictional story.

*Making Inferences (RL.2.7) – Use the sentences and illustrations to make inferences.

*”The Leprechaun’s Gold” Check In (RL.2.10) – Read the story “The Leprechaun’s Gold” (on page 8 of the packet) and answer the comprehension questions. Use color to find evidence in the text.

*”The Leprechaun’s Gold Extended Response (RL.2.10) – Draw plans for a leprechaun Trap

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (2) (Biography – St. Patrick) (RI.2.1) – Read a biography about Saint Patrick answer the questions. You will need to have your own St. Patrick biography for this activity.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Informative – Dinosaurs) (RI.2.1) - Read an informative text about dinosaurs and answer the questions.

*”The Leprechauns’ Gold” Story (RF.2.4) – Read the story. Complete comprehension activities on pages 4 and 5.

*Define It (RF.2.4.C) – Use context clues in each sentence to define the underlined word.

*Using Context Clues (RF.2.4.C) – Use context clues to choose the best word to complete the sentence.

* Opinion Writing (2) (W.2.1) – Write to answer the questions – includes 2 (Do Leprechauns Exist? And How much TV Should You Watch?)

* Informative Writing (2) (W.2.2) – Write 2 informative pieces (How to Catch a Leprechaun and The Butterfly Lifecycle)

* Narrative Writing (W.2.3) – Write 2 narratives (The First Day of Spring and The Leprechaun’s Gold (fictional))

*Key Ideas (W.2.8) – Determine three key points for each writing topic.

* Spring Break Discussion (SL.2.1.C) – Discuss the topic with your classmates. Record their answers, ask them questions, and record their responses.

*Catching a Leprechaun (SL.2.5) – Write and illustrate a story about catching a leprechaun. Create an audio recording of your story.

*Reflexive Pronouns (L.2.1.C) – Choose the correct reflexive pronoun to complete each sentence.

*Past Tense (L.2.1.D) – Change the sentences with irregular verb to past tense.

* Expand It! (L.2.1.F) – Expand the sentences to make them more exciting.

* Proofreading Practice (L.2.2) – Proofread and rewrite a letter.

* Capitalization (L.2.2.A) – Rewrite the sentences using capitals correctly.

*Apostrophes (L.2.2.C) – Add the missing apostrophe(s) to each sentence.

*Draw It (L.2.4.D) – Illustrate the compound words.

Math:

* Word Problems (2.OA.1) – Use addition and subtraction to solve the word problems.

*Comparing Number Sentences (2.OA.2) – Solve the equations and compare the answers using <, >, or =.

*Addition and Subtraction Fact Check Off Sheets (2.OA.2) – Assess and record the students math fact knowledge (addition and subtraction facts to 20).

* Addition Fact Practice (2.OA.2) – Answer the addition problems quickly.

* Subtraction Fact Practice (2..OA.2) - Answer the subtraction problems quickly.

* Odd and Even Shamrocks (2.OA.3) – Color the shamrocks according to odd or even numbers.

*Skip Count by 5s (2.NBT.2) – Skip count by 5s to complete the 120 chart.

*Break the Code Addition (2.NBT.5) – Use the code to solve the picture addition problems.

* Double Digit Addition (2.NBT.5)

* Double Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.5)

*Adding 4 Numbers (2.NBT.6) – Solve the addition problems with 4 2-digit numbers.

* Roll and Solve Addition (2.NBT.7) – Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit addition problems.

* Roll and Solve Subtraction (2.NBT.7) - Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit subtraction problems.

*Number Puzzles (2.NBT.8) – Fill in the missing numbers on segments of a number grid.

*Explaining Addition (2.NBT.9) – Explain how to solve a double-digit addition problem using base ten blocks and a number grid..

*Measure it Twice (2.MD.2) – Measure the same object using different units and compare the measurements.

*Measurement Word Problems (2.MD.5) – Solve the word problems involving measurement.

*Plot the Number Line (2.MD.6) – Fill in the missing numbers (counting my 1s, 5s, 10s, or 100s) on each number line.

* Count the Money (2.MD.8) – Write an addition problem to find the total value of the money.

**Included in the April packet:**

Literacy:

*Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Literature) (RL.2.1) – Read a fiction book and answer the questions.

*Making Inferences (RL.2.7) – Use the sentences and illustrations to make inferences.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Informative – Chickens) (RI.2.1) - Read an informative text about chickens and answer the questions.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (2) (Biography – Babe Ruth) (RI.2.1) – Read a biography about Babe Ruth answer the questions.

*Chicken Lifecycle (RI.2.7) – Use a diagram about a chicken’s lifecycle, along with the text, to clarify understanding.

*How Do You Spell It? (RF.2.3.E) – Spell words with inconsistent spelling patterns, using a dictionary if needed.

* Opinion Writing (2) (W.2.1) – Write to answer the questions – includes 2 (Should Young Children Use iPads? and Should You Play Tricks on April Fools’ Day?)

* Informative Writing (2) (W.2.2) – Write 2 informative pieces (How to Dye Easter Eggs and the Chicken Lifecycle)

* Narrative Writing (W.2.3) – Write 2 narratives (The Baseball Game and The Easter Bunny’s Adventure (fictional))

*Class Research Projects (4 Parts ) (W.2.6, W.2.7) – As a class, choose a topic to research, ask questions about the topic, research facts about the topic, write and publish a class research paper

*Key Ideas (W.2.8) – Determine three key points for each writing topic.

*Read and Ask (SL.2.1.C) – Read a book with a friend, then ask and discuss comprehension questions.

*Partner Talk (SL.2.4) – Talk with a partner about different interests and events.

*The Easter Bunny (SL.2.5) – Write and illustrate a story about the Easter Bunny. Create an audio recording of your story.

*Growing a Flower (SL.2.5) – Write and illustrate about how to grow a flower. Create an audio recording of your how to guide.

*Write and Check (L.2.1) – Write about a topic of your choice, then use the checklist to proofread.

* Expand It! (L.2.1.F) – Expand the sentences to make them more exciting.

* Proofreading Practice (L.2.2) – Proofread and rewrite a letter.

* Capitalization (L.2.2.A) – Rewrite the sentences using capitals correctly.

*Dear Friend (L.2.2.B) – Write a letter to a friend. Practice using commas in the greeting and closing.

*Apostrophes (L.2.2.C) – Add the missing apostrophe(s) to each sentence.

*Multiple Meanings (L.2.4) – Determine the correct definition for the underlined word in each sentence.

*Define It (L.2.4.A) – Use context clues to define the underlined word in each sentence.

*Look It Up (L.2.4.E) – Use a dictionary to define each word.

Math:

* Addition Fact Practice (2.OA.2) – Answer the addition problems quickly.

* Subtraction Fact Practice (2..OA.2) - Answer the subtraction problems quickly.

* Odd and Even Eggs (2.OA.3) – Color the eggs according to odd or even numbers.

*Write it 2 Ways (2.NBT.3) - Write each number in expanded and word form.

*Ordering Numbers to 1000 (2.NBT.4) – Put the numbers in order from smallest to largest.

* Double Digit Addition (2.NBT.5)

* Double Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.5)

*Break the Code Addition (2.NBT.5) – Use the code to solve the picture addition problems.

*Adding 4 Numbers (2.NBT.6) – Solve the addition problems with 4 2-digit numbers.

* Roll and Solve Addition (2.NBT.7) – Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit addition problems.

* Roll and Solve Subtraction (2.NBT.7) - Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit subtraction problems.

*Number Puzzles (2.NBT.8) – Fill in the missing numbers on segments of a number grid.

*Measuring With a Ruler (2.MD.1) – Measure the objects with a ruler, using inches and centimeters.

*Measure it Twice (2.MD.2) – Measure the same object using different units and compare the measurements.

*Measurement Word Problems (2.MD.5) – Solve the word problems involving measurement.

*Plot the Number Line (2.MD.6) – Fill in the missing numbers (counting by 1s, 5s, 10s, or 100s) on each number line.

* Price Check (2.MD.8) – Count the money and determine if there is enough to purchase a given item.

*Drawing Shapes (2.G.1) – Draw given shapes on Easter eggs.

*How Many Squares? (2.G.2) – Partition rectangles in to rows and columns and count the squares.

**Included in the May packet:**

Literacy:

*Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Literature) (RL.2.1) – Read a fiction book and answer the questions.

*Making Inferences (RL.2.7) – Use the sentences and illustrations to make inferences.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Informative – Memorial Day) (RI.2.1) - Read an informative text about Memorial Day and answer the questions.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (2) (Biography – Amelia Earhart) (RI.2.1) – Read a biography about Amelia Earhart answer the questions.

*Ancient Egypt Passage (RI.2.10) – Read a passage about ancient Egypt.

*Key Idea: Gardens (RI.2.10) – Read the passage about gardening. Use the passage and the illustrations to answer comprehension questions.

*How Do You Spell It? (RF.2.3) – Circle the correct spelling for each word.

*Sight Word Search (RF.2.3.F) – Find the sight words in the word search.

*Book Log (RF.2.4.A) – Record the fiction and nonfiction books you read this month. This resource can be used for every month.

* Opinion Writing (2) (W.2.1) – Write to answer the questions – includes 2 (What is the best Mother’s Day gift? And Should school be year-round?)

* Informative Writing (2) (W.2.2) – Write 2 informative pieces (How to Fly a Kite and the Frog Lifecycle)

* Narrative Writing (W.2.3) – Write 2 narratives (My Best Summer Memory and A Story of Your Choice (fictional))

*Key Ideas (W.2.8) – Determine three key points for each writing topic.

*Summer Vacation Discussion (SL.2.1.B) – Discuss your summer vacation plans with your classmates. Record their answers and your responses.

*Read and Ask (SL.2.1.C) – Read a book with a friend, then ask and discuss comprehension questions.

*Complete Sentences (SL.2.6) – Respond to the questions in complete sentences.

*Compound Sentences (L.2.1.F) – Combine two simple sentences into one compound sentence.

* Expand It! (L.2.1.F) – Expand the sentences to make them more exciting.

* Proofreading Practice (L.2.2) – Proofread and rewrite a letter.

* Capitalization (L.2.2.A) – Rewrite the sentences using capitals correctly.

*Dear Mom (L.2.2.B) – Write a letter to your mom. Practice using commas in the greeting and closing.

*Apostrophes (L.2.2.C) – Add the missing apostrophe(s) to each sentence.

*Language Conventions (L.2.3) – Write an appropriate response for each situation.

*Define It (L.2.4.A) – Use context clues to define the underlined word in each sentence.

*Draw It (L.2.4.D) – Draw pictures of each compound word.

*Look It Up (L.2.4.E) – Use a dictionary to look up and record the definition of each word.

*Nuances (L.2.5) – Give synonyms for each word. Describe the differences between the words.

*Finish That Phrase (L.2.6) – Finish common phrases and explain their meanings.

Math:

* Addition Fact Practice (2.OA.2) – Answer the addition problems quickly.

* Subtraction Fact Practice (2..OA.2) - Answer the subtraction problems quickly.

*Matching Sums (2.OA.2) – Solve the addition problems and draw lines to match sums.

* Odd and Even Flowers (2.OA.3) – Color the flowers according to odd or even numbers.

*One Hundred Is… (2.NBT.1.A) – Show 100 as a bundle of ten tens. Record different ways to group 100.

* Double Digit Addition (2.NBT.5)

* Double Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.5)

*Break the Code Addition (2.NBT.5) – Use the code to solve the picture addition problems.

* Roll and Solve Addition (2.NBT.7) – Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit addition problems.

* Roll and Solve Subtraction (2.NBT.7) - Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit subtraction problems.

*Adding and Subtracting 10 and 100 (2.NBT.8) – Add and subtract 10 and 100 from each number.

*Number Puzzles (2.NBT.8) – Fill in the missing numbers on segments of a number grid.

*Measurement Word Problems (2.MD.5) – Solve the word problems involving measurement.

*Plot the Number Line (2.MD.6) – Fill in the missing numbers (counting by 1s, 5s, 10s, 100s, or 1000s) on each number line.

*Draw the Time (2.MD.7) – Draw the hand to show the time on each clock.

* Price Check (2.MD.8) – Count the money and determine if there is enough to purchase a given item.

*Measure and Plot (2.MD.9) – Measure the lines and plot the measurements on the number line.

*Drawing With Shapes (2.G.1) – Draw real life objects with the given shapes.

I hope you enjoy this packet and find it useful and engaging for your students. Please message me with any questions. Enjoy!

-Kendra

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Packets for September - May are available in my store. The packets build upon each other and increase in difficulty as the year progresses. ALL second grade math and language arts common core standards are addressed!

Second Grade September / Back to School Common Core No Prep Packet

Second Grade October / Halloween Common Core No Prep Packet

Second Grade November / Thanksgiving Common Core No Prep Packet

Second Grade December / Christmas Common Core Packet

Second Grade January / Winter Common Core Packet

Second Grade February / Valentine's Day Common Core Packet

Second Grade March / St. Patrick's Day Common Core Packet

Second Grade April / Easter Common Core Packet

Second Grade May / End of School Common Core Packet

Second Grade Fall Common Core No Prep Bundle

Second Grade Winter Common Core No Prep Bundle

Second Grade Spring Common Core No Prep Bundle

Second Grade All Year Common Core No Prep Bundle

Literacy:

*Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Literature) (RL.2.1) – Read a fiction book and answer the questions.

*Plot Diagram (RL.2.5) – Use the diagram to show different parts of a fictional story.

*Making Inferences (RL.2.7) – Use the sentences and illustrations to make inferences.

*”The Leprechaun’s Gold” Check In (RL.2.10) – Read the story “The Leprechaun’s Gold” (on page 8 of the packet) and answer the comprehension questions. Use color to find evidence in the text.

*”The Leprechaun’s Gold Extended Response (RL.2.10) – Draw plans for a leprechaun Trap

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (2) (Biography – St. Patrick) (RI.2.1) – Read a biography about Saint Patrick answer the questions. You will need to have your own St. Patrick biography for this activity.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Informative – Dinosaurs) (RI.2.1) - Read an informative text about dinosaurs and answer the questions.

*”The Leprechauns’ Gold” Story (RF.2.4) – Read the story. Complete comprehension activities on pages 4 and 5.

*Define It (RF.2.4.C) – Use context clues in each sentence to define the underlined word.

*Using Context Clues (RF.2.4.C) – Use context clues to choose the best word to complete the sentence.

* Opinion Writing (2) (W.2.1) – Write to answer the questions – includes 2 (Do Leprechauns Exist? And How much TV Should You Watch?)

* Informative Writing (2) (W.2.2) – Write 2 informative pieces (How to Catch a Leprechaun and The Butterfly Lifecycle)

* Narrative Writing (W.2.3) – Write 2 narratives (The First Day of Spring and The Leprechaun’s Gold (fictional))

*Key Ideas (W.2.8) – Determine three key points for each writing topic.

* Spring Break Discussion (SL.2.1.C) – Discuss the topic with your classmates. Record their answers, ask them questions, and record their responses.

*Catching a Leprechaun (SL.2.5) – Write and illustrate a story about catching a leprechaun. Create an audio recording of your story.

*Reflexive Pronouns (L.2.1.C) – Choose the correct reflexive pronoun to complete each sentence.

*Past Tense (L.2.1.D) – Change the sentences with irregular verb to past tense.

* Expand It! (L.2.1.F) – Expand the sentences to make them more exciting.

* Proofreading Practice (L.2.2) – Proofread and rewrite a letter.

* Capitalization (L.2.2.A) – Rewrite the sentences using capitals correctly.

*Apostrophes (L.2.2.C) – Add the missing apostrophe(s) to each sentence.

*Draw It (L.2.4.D) – Illustrate the compound words.

Math:

* Word Problems (2.OA.1) – Use addition and subtraction to solve the word problems.

*Comparing Number Sentences (2.OA.2) – Solve the equations and compare the answers using <, >, or =.

*Addition and Subtraction Fact Check Off Sheets (2.OA.2) – Assess and record the students math fact knowledge (addition and subtraction facts to 20).

* Addition Fact Practice (2.OA.2) – Answer the addition problems quickly.

* Subtraction Fact Practice (2..OA.2) - Answer the subtraction problems quickly.

* Odd and Even Shamrocks (2.OA.3) – Color the shamrocks according to odd or even numbers.

*Skip Count by 5s (2.NBT.2) – Skip count by 5s to complete the 120 chart.

*Break the Code Addition (2.NBT.5) – Use the code to solve the picture addition problems.

* Double Digit Addition (2.NBT.5)

* Double Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.5)

*Adding 4 Numbers (2.NBT.6) – Solve the addition problems with 4 2-digit numbers.

* Roll and Solve Addition (2.NBT.7) – Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit addition problems.

* Roll and Solve Subtraction (2.NBT.7) - Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit subtraction problems.

*Number Puzzles (2.NBT.8) – Fill in the missing numbers on segments of a number grid.

*Explaining Addition (2.NBT.9) – Explain how to solve a double-digit addition problem using base ten blocks and a number grid..

*Measure it Twice (2.MD.2) – Measure the same object using different units and compare the measurements.

*Measurement Word Problems (2.MD.5) – Solve the word problems involving measurement.

*Plot the Number Line (2.MD.6) – Fill in the missing numbers (counting my 1s, 5s, 10s, or 100s) on each number line.

* Count the Money (2.MD.8) – Write an addition problem to find the total value of the money.

Literacy:

*Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Literature) (RL.2.1) – Read a fiction book and answer the questions.

*Making Inferences (RL.2.7) – Use the sentences and illustrations to make inferences.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Informative – Chickens) (RI.2.1) - Read an informative text about chickens and answer the questions.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (2) (Biography – Babe Ruth) (RI.2.1) – Read a biography about Babe Ruth answer the questions.

*Chicken Lifecycle (RI.2.7) – Use a diagram about a chicken’s lifecycle, along with the text, to clarify understanding.

*How Do You Spell It? (RF.2.3.E) – Spell words with inconsistent spelling patterns, using a dictionary if needed.

* Opinion Writing (2) (W.2.1) – Write to answer the questions – includes 2 (Should Young Children Use iPads? and Should You Play Tricks on April Fools’ Day?)

* Informative Writing (2) (W.2.2) – Write 2 informative pieces (How to Dye Easter Eggs and the Chicken Lifecycle)

* Narrative Writing (W.2.3) – Write 2 narratives (The Baseball Game and The Easter Bunny’s Adventure (fictional))

*Class Research Projects (4 Parts ) (W.2.6, W.2.7) – As a class, choose a topic to research, ask questions about the topic, research facts about the topic, write and publish a class research paper

*Key Ideas (W.2.8) – Determine three key points for each writing topic.

*Read and Ask (SL.2.1.C) – Read a book with a friend, then ask and discuss comprehension questions.

*Partner Talk (SL.2.4) – Talk with a partner about different interests and events.

*The Easter Bunny (SL.2.5) – Write and illustrate a story about the Easter Bunny. Create an audio recording of your story.

*Growing a Flower (SL.2.5) – Write and illustrate about how to grow a flower. Create an audio recording of your how to guide.

*Write and Check (L.2.1) – Write about a topic of your choice, then use the checklist to proofread.

* Expand It! (L.2.1.F) – Expand the sentences to make them more exciting.

* Proofreading Practice (L.2.2) – Proofread and rewrite a letter.

* Capitalization (L.2.2.A) – Rewrite the sentences using capitals correctly.

*Dear Friend (L.2.2.B) – Write a letter to a friend. Practice using commas in the greeting and closing.

*Apostrophes (L.2.2.C) – Add the missing apostrophe(s) to each sentence.

*Multiple Meanings (L.2.4) – Determine the correct definition for the underlined word in each sentence.

*Define It (L.2.4.A) – Use context clues to define the underlined word in each sentence.

*Look It Up (L.2.4.E) – Use a dictionary to define each word.

Math:

* Addition Fact Practice (2.OA.2) – Answer the addition problems quickly.

* Subtraction Fact Practice (2..OA.2) - Answer the subtraction problems quickly.

* Odd and Even Eggs (2.OA.3) – Color the eggs according to odd or even numbers.

*Write it 2 Ways (2.NBT.3) - Write each number in expanded and word form.

*Ordering Numbers to 1000 (2.NBT.4) – Put the numbers in order from smallest to largest.

* Double Digit Addition (2.NBT.5)

* Double Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.5)

*Break the Code Addition (2.NBT.5) – Use the code to solve the picture addition problems.

*Adding 4 Numbers (2.NBT.6) – Solve the addition problems with 4 2-digit numbers.

* Roll and Solve Addition (2.NBT.7) – Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit addition problems.

* Roll and Solve Subtraction (2.NBT.7) - Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit subtraction problems.

*Number Puzzles (2.NBT.8) – Fill in the missing numbers on segments of a number grid.

*Measuring With a Ruler (2.MD.1) – Measure the objects with a ruler, using inches and centimeters.

*Measure it Twice (2.MD.2) – Measure the same object using different units and compare the measurements.

*Measurement Word Problems (2.MD.5) – Solve the word problems involving measurement.

*Plot the Number Line (2.MD.6) – Fill in the missing numbers (counting by 1s, 5s, 10s, or 100s) on each number line.

* Price Check (2.MD.8) – Count the money and determine if there is enough to purchase a given item.

*Drawing Shapes (2.G.1) – Draw given shapes on Easter eggs.

*How Many Squares? (2.G.2) – Partition rectangles in to rows and columns and count the squares.

Literacy:

*Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Literature) (RL.2.1) – Read a fiction book and answer the questions.

*Making Inferences (RL.2.7) – Use the sentences and illustrations to make inferences.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (Informative – Memorial Day) (RI.2.1) - Read an informative text about Memorial Day and answer the questions.

* Who, What Where, When, Why & How (2) (Biography – Amelia Earhart) (RI.2.1) – Read a biography about Amelia Earhart answer the questions.

*Ancient Egypt Passage (RI.2.10) – Read a passage about ancient Egypt.

*Key Idea: Gardens (RI.2.10) – Read the passage about gardening. Use the passage and the illustrations to answer comprehension questions.

*How Do You Spell It? (RF.2.3) – Circle the correct spelling for each word.

*Sight Word Search (RF.2.3.F) – Find the sight words in the word search.

*Book Log (RF.2.4.A) – Record the fiction and nonfiction books you read this month. This resource can be used for every month.

* Opinion Writing (2) (W.2.1) – Write to answer the questions – includes 2 (What is the best Mother’s Day gift? And Should school be year-round?)

* Informative Writing (2) (W.2.2) – Write 2 informative pieces (How to Fly a Kite and the Frog Lifecycle)

* Narrative Writing (W.2.3) – Write 2 narratives (My Best Summer Memory and A Story of Your Choice (fictional))

*Key Ideas (W.2.8) – Determine three key points for each writing topic.

*Summer Vacation Discussion (SL.2.1.B) – Discuss your summer vacation plans with your classmates. Record their answers and your responses.

*Read and Ask (SL.2.1.C) – Read a book with a friend, then ask and discuss comprehension questions.

*Complete Sentences (SL.2.6) – Respond to the questions in complete sentences.

*Compound Sentences (L.2.1.F) – Combine two simple sentences into one compound sentence.

* Expand It! (L.2.1.F) – Expand the sentences to make them more exciting.

* Proofreading Practice (L.2.2) – Proofread and rewrite a letter.

* Capitalization (L.2.2.A) – Rewrite the sentences using capitals correctly.

*Dear Mom (L.2.2.B) – Write a letter to your mom. Practice using commas in the greeting and closing.

*Apostrophes (L.2.2.C) – Add the missing apostrophe(s) to each sentence.

*Language Conventions (L.2.3) – Write an appropriate response for each situation.

*Define It (L.2.4.A) – Use context clues to define the underlined word in each sentence.

*Draw It (L.2.4.D) – Draw pictures of each compound word.

*Look It Up (L.2.4.E) – Use a dictionary to look up and record the definition of each word.

*Nuances (L.2.5) – Give synonyms for each word. Describe the differences between the words.

*Finish That Phrase (L.2.6) – Finish common phrases and explain their meanings.

Math:

* Addition Fact Practice (2.OA.2) – Answer the addition problems quickly.

* Subtraction Fact Practice (2..OA.2) - Answer the subtraction problems quickly.

*Matching Sums (2.OA.2) – Solve the addition problems and draw lines to match sums.

* Odd and Even Flowers (2.OA.3) – Color the flowers according to odd or even numbers.

*One Hundred Is… (2.NBT.1.A) – Show 100 as a bundle of ten tens. Record different ways to group 100.

* Double Digit Addition (2.NBT.5)

* Double Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.5)

*Break the Code Addition (2.NBT.5) – Use the code to solve the picture addition problems.

* Roll and Solve Addition (2.NBT.7) – Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit addition problems.

* Roll and Solve Subtraction (2.NBT.7) - Roll the dice and solve the triple-digit subtraction problems.

*Adding and Subtracting 10 and 100 (2.NBT.8) – Add and subtract 10 and 100 from each number.

*Number Puzzles (2.NBT.8) – Fill in the missing numbers on segments of a number grid.

*Measurement Word Problems (2.MD.5) – Solve the word problems involving measurement.

*Plot the Number Line (2.MD.6) – Fill in the missing numbers (counting by 1s, 5s, 10s, 100s, or 1000s) on each number line.

*Draw the Time (2.MD.7) – Draw the hand to show the time on each clock.

* Price Check (2.MD.8) – Count the money and determine if there is enough to purchase a given item.

*Measure and Plot (2.MD.9) – Measure the lines and plot the measurements on the number line.

*Drawing With Shapes (2.G.1) – Draw real life objects with the given shapes.

I hope you enjoy this packet and find it useful and engaging for your students. Please message me with any questions. Enjoy!

-Kendra

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159 pages

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Teaching Duration

3 months

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