Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)

Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 5 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 21-25)
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  1. Check out these full unit and year long bundles below! Whole Year Bundle Unit One Unit Two Unit Three Unit Four Unit Five Unit Six 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 rota
  2. Check out these full unit and year long bundles below! Whole Year Bundle Unit One Unit Two Unit Three Unit Four Unit Five Unit Six 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 rota
  3. Check out these full unit and year long bundles below! Whole Year Bundle Unit One Unit Two Unit Three Unit Four Unit Five Unit Six 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 rota
  4. Check out these full unit and year long bundles below! Whole Year Bundle Unit One Unit Two Unit Three Unit Four Unit Five Unit Six 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 rota
  5. Check out these full unit and year long bundles below! Whole Year Bundle Unit One Unit Two Unit Three Unit Four Unit Five Unit Six 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 rota
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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. It can be used with your school's curriculum or as a stand alone unit with the books Penguin Chick by Betty Tatham, Gloria Who Might Be My Best Friend by Ann Cameron, The Goat in the Rug by Charles L. Blood and Martin Link, Half-Chicken by Alma Flor Ada, and From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons. 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!

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


Penguin Chick:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Words With er
Grammar: What is an Adjective?, Reflexive Pronouns
Vocabulary: Use a Thesaurus, Dictionary Entry
Phonics: Substitute Phonemes, Words With er, ir, and ur
Writing: Informative Writing, Problem-Solution Paragraph, Elaboration, Media Literacy - Research Another Arctic Animal
Reading: Main Idea and Details, Infer/Predict, Cause and Effect
Speaking and Listening: Describe Key Ideas and Details
Fluency: Phrasing: Natural Pauses, High-Frequency Words

Included in this set:

Journal Entry Pages:
Moving (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to describe somewhere else in the world they would like to live and what kind of weather they might have there.

Safe and Sound (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain how their parents help them grow and stay safe.

Arctic Pet (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain if they would rather have a pet penguin or another arctic animal and why.

Penguin Parents (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain whether it would be better to be a penguin father or mother.

Playing Around (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain what they would do for fun if they were a penguin.

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

I Can Find the "er" Sound in Words (L.2.2d) - Students will sort spelling words by the placement of the "er" sound (middle or end).

I Can Use My Spelling Words to Complete Sentences (L.2.2d, RF.2.4) - Students will finish sentences with their spelling words.

I Can Write Sentences With My Spelling Words (L.2.2d, L.2.1f) - Students will write given types of sentences with given spelling words.

I Can Rhyme My Spelling Words (L.2.2d) - Students will find rhyming words for each spelling word.

I Can Sort My Words By Number of Letters (L.2.2d) - Students will sort spelling words by number of letters.

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

Grammar Practice:
I Can Use Adjectives to Describe How Something Looks (L.2.1e, L.2.5b, L.2.6) - Students will choose adjectives to describe how each item looks in real life.

I Can Use Adjectives to Describe Taste or Smell (L.2.1e, L.2.5b, L.2.6) - Students will finish sentences with adjectives to describe how they believe different items taste or smell.

I Can Use Adjectives to Describe How Things Feel and Sound (L.2.1e, L.2.5b, L.2.6) - Students will choose adjectives to describe how each given item feels or sounds in real life.

I Can Find Reflexive Pronouns (L.2.1c, L.2.1, RF.2.4, L.2.2a) - Students will read passages and find proper nouns and reflexive pronouns, then draw a picture to show what happened.

I Can Use Adjectives and Combine Sentences (L.2.1e, L.2.5b, L.2.6, L.2.1f) - Students will read sets of sentences and combine them by using adjectives in a series.

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Use a Dictionary (L.2.2e, L.2.2d, L.2.6) - Students will use a dictionary to check spelling of vocabulary and extended vocabulary words, then determine if they are used correctly in a sentence.

I Can Use a Thesaurus to Find Synonyms (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will find synonyms for given words to complete sentences.

I Can Label the Parts of a Dictionary Entry (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will identify parts of dictionary entries for vocabulary and extended vocabulary words and color by the code to sort through each entry.

I Can Use the Correct Definition From the Dictionary (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will find the correct homophone definition to show how the word was used in a sentence.

I Can Use a Thesaurus to Find Synonyms (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a thesaurus to find synonyms for given adjectives.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Choose the Correct Homophone (L.2.4, RF.2.4) - Students will determine if homophones are used correctly and color to solve a maze.

I Can Choose Homophones to Complete Sentences (L.2.4, RF.2.4) - Students will complete sentences using the correct homophone.

I Can Use Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (L.2.1e, SL.2.5) - Students will write comparative and superlative adjectives and illustrate each one.

I Can Change Sounds to Make New Words (RF.2.4, L.2.2d) - Students will change words to make er, ir, or ur words.

I Can Draw to Show What I Read (RF.2.4, SL.2.5) - Students will illustrate sentences containing er, ir, and ur words and comparative and superlative adjectives.

Writing Practice:
I Can Choose Exact Words to Elaborate (L.2.1f, W.2.2, W.2.8) - Students will change sentences to make them more exact with stronger adjectives.

I Can Write Clear Solutions to Problems (L.2.1f, W.2.3, W.2.8) - Students will write clear solutions to given problems.

I Can Write a Problem and Solution Paragraph (W.2.2, W.2.8) - Students will use this sheet to plan their problem-solution paragraph.

I Can Research Other Arctic Animals (W.2.7) - Students will use this sheet to document their research on another arctic animal.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.2, W.2.3, L.2.1f): Students will create a folding penguin 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 Show Cause and Effect in a Story (RI.2.3) - Students will show the causes for various effects shown in the passage.

I Can Make Inferences About What I Read (RI.2.7, RI.2.1) - Students will read given parts of the passage and answer questions by making inferences.

I Can Create Details for a Main Idea (SL.2.2, RI.2.3, RI.2.6) - Students will list detail sentences that support the main idea that penguin fathers work hard.

I Can Make Inferences About What I Read (RI.2.7, RI.2.1) - Students will read given parts of the passage and answer questions by making inferences.

I Can Create Details for a Main Idea (SL.2.2, RI.2.3, RI.2.6) - Students will list detail sentences that support the main idea that penguin mothers work hard.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Use Punctuation to Group Words Together in Silly Sentences (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4) - Students will read silly sentences containing their sight words and will create natural pauses using punctuation.

I Can Complete a Crossword With My Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will complete a sight word crossword puzzle.

I Can Use My Sight Words in a Sentence (RF.2.3f, L.2.1f) - Students will create sentences using sight words, then identify what type of sentence they wrote.

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

I Can Use Sight Words in a Sentence (RF.2.3f) - Students will follow the path to create sight word sentences with a friend.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Find Details That Support the Main Idea (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RI.2.2, RI.2.6) - Students will create details that support each main idea from Penguin Chick.

I Can Research With a Friend (W.2.7, SL.2.1) - Students will research another type of bird with a partner, then answer questions and discuss with each other.

I Can Find Details That Support the Main Idea (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RI.2.2, RI.2.6) - Students will create details that support each main idea from Emperor Penguins

I Can Compare and Contrast Stories (RI.2.9, RI.2.1) - Students will compare and contrast "Emperor Penguins" and "Penguin Chick."

I Can Find Details That Support the Main Idea (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RI.2.2, RI.2.6) - Students will find details from the passage "Emperor Penguins" to support each main idea.


Gloria Who Might Be My Best Friend:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Homophones
Grammar: Using Adjectives, Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Vocabulary: Use a Print Dictionary, Idioms
Phonics: Rhyme and Meaning, Syllables in Spoken Words, Homophones
Writing: Informative Writing, Compare and Contrast Paragraph, Evidence
Reading: Understanding Characters, Question, Figurative Language
Speaking and Listening: Ask Questions to Clarify Comprehension
Fluency: Accuracy: Self-Correct, High-Frequency Words

Journal Entry Pages:
Wishing (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain what they would wish for.

Time Together (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain what they like to do with friends to have fun.

Friendship (W.2.1, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain what makes a person a good friend.

Spring Days (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain what they like to do on spring days.

Helping (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain how to help a friend in need.

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

I Can Match Homophones (RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will sort groups of homophones.

I Can Sort My Spelling Words By Vowel Sound (RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will sort spelling words by long vowel sound.

I Can Sort Open and Closed Syllables (RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will sort spelling words by open and closed syllable.

I Can Write Sentences With My Words and Find Adjectives (RF.2.3b, L.2.2d, L.2.1f, L.2.1e) - Students will write sentences with spelling words, then find the adjectives in their sentences.

I Can Find Correctly Spelled Words (RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will find correctly and incorrectly spelled words and then write them correctly.

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

Grammar Practice:
I Can Use Adjectives to Tell How Many (L.2.1e, RF.2.4) - Students will complete sentences about their life using adjectives that tell how many.

I Can Use Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (RF.2.4, L.2.1e) - Students will complete sentences using their own comparative and superlative adjectives.

I Can Choose the Correct Verb for Each Subject (L.2.1) - Students will complete sentences using subject-verb agreement.

I Can Write Using Subject-Verb Agreement (L.2.1) - Students will choose the correct form of each verb to complete sentences using subject-verb agreement.

I Can Find Parts of Speech (L.2.1) - Students will color to find the verbs, adjectives, and pronouns in each sentence.

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Use a Dictionary to Find the Right Word (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a dictionary to look up each vocabulary word and determine which is the best fit for the sentence.

I Can Define and Illustrate Words (L.2.2e, L.2.1f, SL.2.5, L.2.6) - Students will write, illustrate, define, and use vocabulary words in a sentence.

I Can Use Idioms (L.2.4a, L.2.6) - Students will color to show which idioms are positive and which are negative.

I Can Use a Dictionary to Write Meaningful Sentences (L.2.1f, L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will look each vocabulary and extended vocabulary word up in a dictionary and use it in a meaningful sentence about the picture.

I Can Use Idioms (L.2.4a, L.2.6) - Students will sort positive and negative idioms to solve a maze.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Guess the Homophones (L.2.4, RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will solve riddles to find the correct homophone based on meaning and rhyme.

I Can Choose the Correct Homophone to Complete Sentences (L.2.4, RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will complete each sentence using the correct homophone.

I Can Use Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (L.2.1e) - Students will use the correct comparative and superlative forms of adjectives to describe given pictures.

I Can Count Syllables (L.2.2d, RF.2.3c) - Students will sort words from blending lines by number of syllables.

I Can Sort er, ir, and ur Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3) - Students will sort /er/ sound words by blend.

Writing Practice:
I Can Sort Sentences That Compare and Contrast (RF.2.3) - Students will read each sentence and color to show if it is comparing or contrasting two things.

I Can Write Supporting Detail Sentences (W.2.3) - Students will write supporting detail sentences for comparing and contrasting sentences.

I Can Write to Compare and Contrast (W.2.3) - Students will write to compare and contrast themselves and a friend.

I Can Use Transition Words (W.2.3) - Students will write with transition words to combine sentences and help them flow better.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.1, W.2.5, W.2.8, RL.2.1, RL.2.3, RL.2.7): Students will create a folding kite 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 Ask Questions Before I Read a Story (RL.2.6, RL.2.1) - Students will use this sheet to ask questions before reading, then to find answers.

I Can Write About Characters (RL.2.7, RL.2.3, RL.2.1) - Students will write to tell about Gloria's character traits, using inference techniques and explaining their findings.

I Can Write About Characters (RL.2.7, RL.2.3, RL.2.1) - Students will write to tell about Julian's character traits, using inference techniques and explaining their findings.

I Can Explain Similes (RL.2.4) - Students will illustrate what similes actually mean.

I Can Compare and Contrast Texts (RL.2.1, RL.2.5) - Students will answer questions to compare and contrast the two stories for the week.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Correct Myself When I Read Sight Word Sentences (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4) - Students will self-correct while reading sight word sentences to a friend.

I Can Rainbow Write My Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will rainbow write each sight word.

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.

I Can Read Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will read each sight word, spell the sight word, then rewrite it neatly.

I Can Read Sentences Using My Sight Words (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4, SL.2.5) - Students will draw to illustrate the meaning of each sight word sentence.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Explain How to Do Something (RI.2.3, SL.2.1, SL.2.2, SL.2.4, SL.2.6) - Students will choose a topic from this board and describe the steps in the process to a friend.

I Can Explain How to Do Something (RI.2.3, SL.2.1, SL.2.2, SL.2.4, SL.2.6) - Students will choose a topic from this board and describe the steps in the process to a friend.

I Can Explain How to Do Something (RI.2.3, SL.2.1, SL.2.2, SL.2.4, SL.2.6) - Students will choose a topic from this board and describe the steps in the process to a friend.

I Can Explain How to Do Something (RI.2.3, SL.2.1, SL.2.2, SL.2.4, SL.2.6) - Students will choose a topic from this board and describe the steps in the process to a friend.

I Can Explain How to Do Something (RI.2.3, SL.2.1, SL.2.2, SL.2.4, SL.2.6) - Students will choose a topic from this board and describe the steps in the process to a friend.


The Goat in the Rug:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Suffixes -ly, -ful
Grammar: Irregular Verbs, Text Structure
Vocabulary: Use a Glossary, Compound Words
Phonics: Syllables in Spoken Words, Suffixes -y, -ly, -ful, Final Stable Syllables -tion, -ture
Writing: Informative Writing, Elaboration, Using Digital Visual Aids
Reading: Conclusions, Summarize, Sequence of Events
Speaking and Listening:Recount Most Important Details
Fluency: Accuracy: Adjust Rate to Purpose, High-Frequency Words

Included in this set:
Journal Entry Pages:
Creations (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to describe a creation they worked hard to make by themselves.

Name Game (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to describe an imaginary meaning for their own name.

Starting Over (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain how they would feel and what they would do if someone destroyed something they worked hard on and they had to start over.

My Rug (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to create their own rug and describe its details.

Connections (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain how art connects us to our past.

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

I Can Sort My Words By Suffix (L.2.2d, RF.2.3d) - Students will sort spelling words by suffix.

I Can Sort My Words By Number of Letters (L.2.2.d, RF.2.3d) - Students will sort their spelling words by the number of letters in each word.

I Can Put Words in Alphabetical Order (L.2.2d, L.2.4d, L.2.2e, RF.2.3d) - Students will sort groups of words into alphabetical order lists.

I Can Use My Spelling Words to Complete Sentences (L.2.2d, RF.2.4, RF.2.3d) - Students will choose the correct spelling words to complete each sentence.

I Can Unscramble My Spelling Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3d) - Students will unscramble each of their spelling words, practicing writing them correctly on the line.

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 Irregular Verb (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose between have, has, and had to complete each sentence correctly.

I Can Choose the Correct Irregular Verb (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose between did, does, and do to complete each sentence correctly.

I Can Choose the Correct Irregular Verb (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose between have, has, had, did, does, and do to complete each sentence correctly.

I Can Use the Verb Be (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose between am, was, is, and were to complete each sentence correctly.

I Can Choose the Correct Irregular Verb (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will evaluate each sentence and determine if the irregular verb was used correctly and choose the right verb for sentences that were written incorrectly.

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Match Words to Guide Words (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will match their vocabulary words with the correct guide words.

I Can Use a Glossary (L.2.2e, L.2.2d, L.2.6) - Students will read each sentence and determine if the vocabulary word is spelled correctly and used correctly in the sentence, then correctly write the word using a glossary if it's spelled incorrectly.

I Can Find Compound Words (L.2.4d, L.2.6) - Students will read each sentence and color the compound words.

I Can Use Vocabulary and Compound Words in a Sentence (L.2.6, L.2.1f, L.2.4d) - Students will use each vocabulary word (including extended vocabulary) and compound word correctly in the kind of sentence listed (including statement, compound, question, command, and exclamatory).

I Can Use a Glossary to Find the Right Word (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a glossary to determine which vocabulary word correctly completes each sentence.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Find Words With the Same Final Syllable (RF.2.3d) - Students will color words with the correct final syllable sound (-ture or -tion).

I Can Use -ful Words to Write Sentences (RF.2.3d, L.2.1f, L.2.6) - Students will add the suffix -ful to given words and create sentences using the word.

I Can Use the Suffix -y (RF.2.3d, SL.2.5, L.2.4a, L.2.6) - Students will define base words and the suffix -y, then define the new word and illustrate it.

I Can Read and Illustrate Words (RF.2.4, SL.2.5) - Students will read words from this week's blending lines and illustrate to show comprehension.

I Can Read Words With Final Stable Syllables (RF.2.3d) - Students will match words (-tion and -ture) with their pictures.

Writing Practice:
I Can Choose Exact Words to Elaborate (L.2.1f, W.2.3, W.2.8) - Students will choose exact words to change sentences and make them more detailed.

I Can Put Facts in Order (W.2.3, RI.2.3, SL.2.5) - Students will put steps in order using this week's story, then draw to illustrate.

I Can Write a Strong Topic Sentence (W.2.3) - Students will write a strong topic sentence for each passage.

I Can Use Digital Visual Aids in My Presentation (W.2.6) - Students will choose a research topic related to this week's story, then find pictures that support their facts online and sketch them.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.3, W.2.8, RI.2.1, W.2.5, SL.2.5): Students will create a folding loom and rug 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 Draw Conclusions About What I Read (RI.2.1, RI.2.7) - Students will read specific passages from the story and draw conclusions about what they've read so far.

I Can Summarize Directions (RI.2.1, SL.2.2) - Students will write and draw to explain how Glenmae made a rug from mohair.

I Can Put a Story in Order to Tell What Happened (RI.2.3, SL.2.5) - Students will put steps in order to tell what happened in the beginning, middle, and end of "The Goat in the Rug."

I Can Compare and Contrast Two Reading Passages (RI.2.1, RI.2.2, RI.2.3, RI.2.9) - Students will compare and contrast "The Goat in the Rug" and "Basket Weaving."

I Can Summarize to Give Directions (RI.2.1, SL.2.2) - Students will summarize directions from "Basket Weaving" and illustrate to tell how to make a basket.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Adjust My Rate When I Read Sight Word Sentences (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4b) - Students will practice reading sight word sentences with appropriate rate to a partner.

I Can Read Sight Words With Silly Voices (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4b) - Students will read sight words using silly voices (Geraldine and Glenmae).

I Can Sort My Sight Words By Their Features (RF.2.3f) - Students will sort sight words by word length and number of syllables.

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

I Can Read Sentences Using My Sight Words (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4, SL.2.5) - Students will read sight word sentences and illustrate.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Remember Details From a Picture (SL.2.2) - Students will study and color a picture of "The Goat in the Rug" related pictures and will then try to recall as many details as possible.

I Can Listen For Key Details in a Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RI.2.2, RI.2.6) - Students will listen to "The Goat in the Rug" and recount details to explain how to create yarn.

I Can Recall Details About Our Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RI.2.2, RI.2.6) - Students will recall details from "The Goat in the Rug."

I Can Listen for Key Details in a Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RI.2.2, RI.2.6) - Students will recall key details from "Basket Weaving."

I Can Listen For Key Details in a Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RI.2.2, RI.2.6) - Students will listen to "Basket Weaving" and will recall details about how to make a basket.


Half-Chicken:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Prefixes re-, un-
Grammar: Irregular Action Verbs, Condensing Ideas
Vocabulary: Determine Parts of Speech, Antonyms
Phonics: Syllables in Spoken Words, Segment Phonemes
Writing: Informative Writing, Research Report, Evidence
Reading: Cause and Effect, Visualize, Point of View
Speaking and Listening: Answer Questions to Clarify Comprehension, Compare Two Stories
Fluency: Accuracy: Expression, High-Frequency Words

Journal Entry Pages:
Unique Me (W.2.1, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to describe what makes them unique.

I'm So Fancy (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show how they would dress and act to meet someone that is special to them.

Meet Me (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain who they would like to meet if they could meet anyone.

Away We Go (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain where they would go if they could travel anywhere in the world.

Storytelling (W.2.1, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain why some stories are told over and over again and to describe a story they would like to tell or hear more than once.

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 Prefix (L.2.2d, L.2.4b, RF.2.3d) - Students will sort spelling words by prefix.

I Can Sort My Words By Vowel Sound (L.2.2d, RF.2.3a, RF.2.3c) - Students will sort spelling words by vowel sound.

I Can Unscramble My Spelling Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3d) - Students will unscramble each of their spelling words.

I Can Complete Sentences To Solve a Crossword (L.2.2d) - Students will solve a crossword puzzle with their spelling words.

I Can Use My Spelling Words to Complete Sentences (L.2.2d, L.2.4b, RF.2.4) - Students will use their spelling words to complete sentences.

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 (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose the correct form of each irregular verb to complete sentences (run, sit, tell, hide, come).

I Can Choose the Correct Verb (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose the correct form of each irregular verb to complete sentences (see, go).

I Can Create the Past Tense of Irregular Verbs (L.2.1d) - Students will create the past tense of each irregular verb (come, sit, go, tell, hide, run, see).

I Can Use Commas Correctly (L.2.2) - Students will rewrite sentences, using commas correctly in dates and places.

I Can Choose the Correct Irregular Verb (L.2.1d) - Students will choose the correct form of each irregular verb to complete sentences (go, tell, see, run, sit, come, hide).

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Put My Vocabulary Words in Alphabetical Order (L.2.6, L.2.2e) - Students will put groups of vocabulary words in alphabetical order.

I Can Use a Glossary to Define Words (L.2.6, L.2.2e) - Students will use a glossary to define vocabulary words.

I Can Find the Part of Speech (L.2.1, L.2.6) - Students will choose which part of speech each vocabulary word is when used in a sentence.

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

I Can Use a Glossary to Find the Right Word (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a glossary to determine which vocabulary word correctly completes each sentence.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Break Words Into Syllables (RF.2.3, RF.2.3d) - Students will break 2 syllalbe words into syllables (prefixes un-, pre-, mis-, and re-).

I Can Break Words Into Syllables (RF.2.3, RF.2.3d) - Students will break 3 syllalbe words into syllables (prefixes un-, pre-, mis-, and re-).

I Can Read Words With Silent Consonants (RF.2.3e) - Students will find the letter sound for words with silent letters.

I Can Find Silent Consonants in Words (RF.2.3e) - Students will color to find the silent letters in each word.

I Can Read Words With re-, un-, over-, pre-, and mis- Prefixes (L.2.4b, RF.2.3d, SL.2.6) - Students will use each given word in a sentence with a friend.

Writing Practice:
I Can Draw or Write to Help Me Choose a Topic I Like (W.2.1, W.2.5, SL.2.5) - Students will write or draw to answer questions, helping them choose a topic for their animal research project.

I Can Write Exact Words to Describe Things (W.2.2, L.2.1f) - Students will use exact words to describe each character in the story.

I Can Choose Appropriate Sources For Research (W.2.2, W.2.8) - Students will write questions and answers they have while researching their chosen animal.

I Can Take Notes While Researching (W.2.2, W.2.8) - Students will use this sheet to take notes and answer questions while doing research on their chosen animal.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.2, W.2.8, RL.2.1, RL.2.3): Students will create a folding half chicken 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 Characters in a Story (RL.2.1, RL.2.7) - Students will visualize characters in the story and draw to show what is in their mind.

I Can Show Cause and Effect in a Story (RL.2.7, RL.2.1) - Students will answer questions to find causes in the chain of events from Half-Chicken.

I Can See Things From a New Point of View (RL.2.6, RL.2.1) - Students will answer questions from the point of view of different characters for different parts of the story.

I Can Compare and Contrast Characters From Two Stories (RL.2.1, RL.2.3, RL.2.5, RL.2.6, RL.2.7) - Students will compare and contrast the characters from Half-Chicken and The Lion and the Mouse.

I Can Listen to a Story and Describe Characters (RL.2.7, RL.2.1) - Students will listen to Half-Chicken and write character traits that Half-Chicken must have.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Read With Expression (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4b) - Students will read each sight word sentence with expression.

I Can Use My Sight Words in a Sentence (RF.2.3b, L.2.1f) - Students will use each of their sight words to complete sentences.

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

I Can Read and Graph My Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will color, count, and graph sight words.

I Can Read and Graph My Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will color, count, and graph sight words.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Ask and Answer Questions While I Read (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, L.2.1f, RL.2.1) - Students will ask questions before, during, and after reading the story, then answer them with a partner.

I Can Ask and Answer Questions While I Read (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, L.2.1f, RL.2.1) - Students will answer questions about Half-Chicken.

I Can Have a Conversation With a Friend (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, RL.2.1) - Students will discuss questions with a partner about Half-Chicken.

I Can Answer Questions About a Story (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, L.2.1f, RL.2.1) - Students will answer questions about Half-Chicken.

I Can Answer Questions About Our Story (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, L.2.1f, RL.2.1) - Students will answer questions about The Lion and the Mouse.


From Seed to Plant:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Words With aw, al, o
Grammar: More Irregular Action Verbs, Verb Types
Vocabulary: Use a Digital Dictionary, Using Context
Phonics: Substitute Phonemes, Words With au, aw, al, o, a
Writing: Informative Writing, Research Report, Elaboration
Reading: Monitor/Clarify, Cause and Effect
Speaking and Listening: Ask and Answer Questions About What a Speaker Says, Steps in a Process
Fluency: Phrasing: Punctuation, High-Frequency Words

Journal Entry Pages:
Flowery Me (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will draw and write to show what they would look like if they were a flower or plant.

From Seed to Home (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will draw and write to show what kind of plant they would choose to live on if they were a bug.

Yummy Seeds (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show what kind of plant they would fill a field with.

All Gone (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show what would happen if all of the plants in the world disappeared.

Growth (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show why and how plants grow and change.

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

I Can Sort My Words By Spelling (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will sort spelling words by spelling for /aw/ sound.

I Can Find Correctly Spelled Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will choose the correctly spelled spelling word and rewrite it neatly on the line.

I Can Choose the Correct Verb and Find Pronouns (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, L.2.1) - Students will choose the correct spelling word to finish each sentence, then find and color pronouns.

I Can Match Words to Their Guide Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, L.2.2e) - Students will put spelling words in alphabetical order under the correct set of guide words.

I Can Use My Spelling Words to Complete Sentences (L.2.2d, RF.2.4, L.2.4b) - Students will choose the correct spelling word to complete each sentence.

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 (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose the correct form of each irregular verb (say, said, eat, ate) to complete sentences.

I Can Choose the Correct Verb (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose the correct form of each irregular verb (take, took, give, gave) to complete sentences.

I Can Create the Past Tense of Irregular Verbs (L.2.1d) - Students will create the correct past tense version of each irregular verb (give, come, eat, tell, run, say, hide, take).

I Can Use Commas in a Series (L.2.2, L.2.1, L.2.1f) - Students will create sentences using commas in a series with nouns and verbs, then determine what kind of sentence they wrote (question, statement, command, compound, exclamatory).

I Can Choose the Correct Verb (L.2.1d) - Students will choose the correct form of each irregular verb to complete sentences (give, say, take, eat).

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Define and Illustrate Words (L.2.2e, L.2.1f, SL.2.5, L.2.6) - Students will write each vocabulary word, define them, illustrate them, and use them in a sentence.

I Can Use a Dictionary to Write Meaningful Sentences (L.2.1f, L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a digital dictionary to look up each vocabulary (including extended vocabulary) word and use the definition to write a meaningful sentence about a picture using the word.

I Can Answer Questions With My Vocabulary Words (L.2.6, SL.2.1) - Students will answer questions using vocabulary words with a partner.

I Can Use Context Clues to Define a Word (L.2.4a, L.2.6) - Students will use context clues to find the meaning of each unknown word, writing the synonym vocabulary word.

I Can Use Context Clues to Define a Word (L.2.4a, L.2.6) - Students will use context clues to find the meaning of each unknown word, writing the synonym vocabulary word.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Change Sounds to Make /aw/ Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will change the sounds of words to create /aw/ words.

I Can Count Syllables in Words I Read Out Loud (RF.2.3) - Students will count how many syllables are in each word from this week's blending lines, then color a picture for each syllable.

I Can Use the Suffixes -y, -ly, and -ful (RF.2.3d, SL.2.5, L.2.4a, L.2.6) - Students will define words and suffixes, then define and illustrate what they make when put together.

I Can Illustrate Homophones (RF.2.4, L.2.2d, SL.2.5, L.2.4) - Students will illustrate each set of homophones to show the differences in meaning for each word.

I Can Find Words With the /aw/ Sound (RF.2.4b) - Students will find and color words with the /aw/ sound.

Writing Practice:
I Can Write Strong Endings (W.2.2) - Students will write strong endings for each topic sentence.

I Can Rewrite Things in My Own Words (W.2.2) - Students will rewrite information about animals in their own words.

I Can Write Strong Beginnings (W.2.2, L.2.1f) - Students will read a given K-W-L chart question and notes about an animal, then develop a topic sentence that answers the question.

I Can Use Definitions to Explain in My Writing (L.2.2e, W.2.2) - Students will use definitions of difficult words to explain in their writing, using a digital dictionary to look up each word.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.2, W.2.8, RI.2.1, RI.2.3): Students will create a folding vegetable garden 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 Ask Questions While I Read to Clarify (RI.2.1, RI.2.7, L.2.1f, RF.2.4c) - Students will write questions they have before, during, and after reading From Seed to Plant, then answer them and list where they found their answers.

I Can Find and Use Text and Graphic Features (RI.2.7, RI.2.5) - Students will go to given page numbers and use graphic and text features to answer questions about From Seed to Plant.

I Can Explain the Author's Purpose (RI.2.1, RI.2.2, RI.2.6, L.2.1f) - Students will find the main idea of the passage, list three details that support that main idea, and explain why the author wrote the passage. Then they will rate the text.

I Can Put a Story's Events in Order (RI.2.3, RI.2.5) - Students will read From Seed to Plant and cut and paste to put the steps in order to grow a bean plant.

I Can Find and Use Text and Graphic Features (RI.2.7, RI.2.5) - Students will go to given page numbers and use graphic and text features to answer questions about Super Soil.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Use Punctuation to Add Pauses When I Read (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4b) - Students will practice reading sight word sentences aloud with a partner, using punctuation to affect their phrasing.

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

I Can Use My Sight Words in a Sentence (RF.2.3f, L.2.1f) - Students will use each of their sight words in a sentence, then show what kind of sentence they wrote (including question, statement, command, compound, exclamatory).

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

I Can Match and Color My Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will find and color by the code to color a sight word picture.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Have a Conversation With a Friend (SL.2.1, SL.2.1a) - Students will talk with a friend to answer questions about From Seed to Plant and Super Soil, asking questions to clarify their answers.

I Can Put Facts in Order (W.2.3, RI.2.3, SL.2.5) - Students will answer questions to explain how to grow a bean plant.

I Can Have a Conversation With a Friend (SL.2.1, SL.2.1a) - Students will talk with a friend to answer questions about From Seed to Plant and Super Soil, asking questions to clarify their answers.

I Can Have a Conversation With a Friend (SL.2.1, SL.2.1a) - Students will talk with a friend to answer questions about From Seed to Plant and Super Soil, asking questions to clarify their answers.

I Can Have a Conversation With a Friend (SL.2.1, SL.2.1a) - Students will talk with a friend to answer questions about From Seed to Plant and Super Soil, asking questions to clarify their answers.
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