Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 6 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 26-30)

Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 6 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 26-30)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 6 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 26-30)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 6 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 26-30)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 6 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 26-30)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 6 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 26-30)
Take a Reading Journey Grade 2 - Unit 6 NO PREP Printable BUNDLE (Lessons 26-30)
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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 The Mysterious Tadpole by Steven Kellogg, The Dog That Dug For Dinosaurs by Shirley Raye Redmond, Yeh-Shen by Gina Sabella, Two of Everything by Lily Toy Hong, and Now & Ben by Gene Barretta. 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 .


Included in this set:

The Mysterious Tadpole:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Words With ew, oo, ou
Grammar: Contractions, Prepositional Phrases
Vocabulary: Pronunciation, Multiple-Meaning Words
Phonics: Segment Phonemes, Words With oo, ew, ue, ou
Writing: Opinion Writing, Elaboration, Response Poem
Reading: Story Structure, Infer/Predict, Conclusions
Speaking and Listening: Cooperative Storytelling, Recount Key Details
Fluency: Accuracy: Connected Text, High-Frequency Words

If you enjoy this packet, please check out my other second grade sets here:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/August-December-BUNDLE-Second-Grade-Math-and-Literacy-NO-PREP-1607267

and here:
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Included in this set:

Journal Entry Pages:
Playing Pretend (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show how they like to play pretend.

Show and Tell (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show what they'd like to bring to show the class.

Treasure Chest (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show what they would do if they found a treasure chest.

Gifts For Me (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain what they would like to get as a gift from Uncle McAllister.

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

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 the /oo/ Spelling (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will sort their spelling words by the /oo/ sound spelling.

I Can Find the /oo/ Sound in My Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will rewrite each spelling word, showing where the /oo/ sound spelling is located in each word.

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

I Can Spell My Words and Add to Find the Value (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will use scrabble letters and values to add each letter value.

I Can Illustrate My Spelling Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, SL.2.5, RF.2.4) - Students will write each spelling word and draw a picture to illustrate it.

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

Grammar Practice:
I Can Create "Not" Contractions (L.2.2c) - Students will write not contractions to complete each sentence.

I Can Write Sentences With Pronoun Contractions (L.2.2d, L.2.2c, L.2.1f) - Students will write sentences with each pronoun contraction about each labeled picture relating to The Mysterious Tadpole or From Eggs to Frogs.

I Can Form Contractions (L.2.2c, RF.2.4) - Students will use pronoun contractions and not contractions to complete each sentence.

I Can Identify the Type of Adjective in a Sentence (L.2.1e) - Students will read each sentence and find the adjective, then identify if it tells how it looks or feels, how it tastes, how it sounds, and how many.

I Can Correctly Write Contractions (L.2.2c) - Students will sort correctly and incorrectly written contractions, then rewrite each incorrectly written contraction.

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Use a Dictionary (L.2.2e, L.2.2d, L.2.6) - Students will use a dictionary to correct the spelling of each vocabulary and extended vocabulary word, then use the definition to determine if the word is used correcctly.

I Can Label the Parts of a Dictionary Entry (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will read each dictionary entry for vocabulary and extended vocabulary words, then color to sort the word meaning, entry word, example sentence, pronunciation, and part of speech.

I Can Match Multiple Definitions to Words (L.2.4, L.2.6) - Students will cut and paste to sort homonyms, then determine which meaning is used in each example sentence.

I Can Choose the Correct Homonym Definition (L.2.4, L.2.6) - Students will read each sentence and determine which meaning is used for each homonym.

I Can Use a Dictionary to Find Multiple Meanings (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a dictionary to determine the meaning for different parts of speech for each homonym.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Sort Words By the /oo/ Spelling (RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will sort each /oo/ sound word by the /oo/ spelling.

I Can Find Words With the /oo/ Sound (RF.2.3b) - Students will read a passage and color to find the /oo/ words.

I Can Use Words With Affixes to Complete Sentences (L.2.2d, L.2.4b, RF.2.4) - Students will use words with prefixes and suffixes to complete sentences.

I Can Create the Correct /oo/ Spelling (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b) - Students will choose the correct /oo/ spelling for each word picture.

I Can Sort Words By /oo/ Spelling (RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will cut and paste to sort /oo/ spellings.

Writing Practice:
I Can Use Sensory Words (W.2.8) - Students will use sensory words to complete each rhyming line pair, then find the rhyming words that end each line and color them.

I Can Write Sensory Sentences That Describe (L.2.1f, W.2.3, W.2.8) - Students will write sensory sentences to describe different items in real life.

I Can Use Rhyming Words to Write Poetry (RF.2.3, L.2.1f, W.2.8) - Students will choose rhyming words in each box, then write a rhyming line pair with the words.

I Can Use Sensory Sentences to Describe (W.2.3, W.2.8) - Students will write to explain what kind of gift they'd like to get from Uncle McAllister.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.2, L.2.1f, W.2.5): Students will create a folding Loch Ness 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 (RL.2.1, RL.2.7) - Students will draw conclusions while they read The Mysterious Tadpole for the first time.

I Can Describe the Characters and Setting of a Story (RL.2.5, RL.2.1, L.2.1f) - Students will describe the characters and setting of The Mysterious Tadpole.

I Can Tell About a Story's Structure (RL.2.1, RL.2.5) - Students will write to explain the main characters, setting, and plot of The Mysterious Tadpole.

I Can Predict What Will Happen Next (W.2.1) - Students will write to predict what happens after the story is over.

I Can Find the Author's Purpose in a Text (RL.2.1, L.2.1f) - Students will write to tell the main idea, details that prove this is the main idea, and the author's purpose for The Mysterious Tadpole and From Eggs to Frogs.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Read and Connect Sentences With Accuracy (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4, RF.2.4b) - Students will read each sight word sentence aloud to a partner.

I Can Find Guide Words in the Dictionary (RF.2.3f, L.2.2e) - Students will look each sight word up in the dictionary, then write the guide words for each word.

I Can Create Sentences With My Sight Words (RF.2.3f, L.2.1f) - Students will write sentences with each sight word, then illustrate them.

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

I Can Use My Sight Words in a Sentence (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4) - Students will use sight words to complete each sentence.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Listen For Key Details in a Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RL.2.2) - Students will answer questions about The Mysterious Tadpole.

I Can Remember Details From a Picture (SL.2.2) - Students will practice remembering by studying and coloring a picture, then answering questions about it.

I Can Recall Details About Our Story (SL.2.2, RI.2.1) - Students will answer comprehension questions about From Eggs to Frogs.

I Can Plan a Story to Predict (L.2.1f, W.2.3) - Students will write to plan a story about what happens after the story The Mysterious Tadpole ends.

I Can Write a Story to Predict What Happens Next (L.2.1f, W.2.3) - Students will use this sheet to write their story about what happened after The Mysterious Tadpole.

The Dog That Dug For Dinosaurs:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Words with oo (book)
Grammar: What is an Adverb?, Text Cohesion
Vocabulary: Use a Dictionary, Shades of Meaning
Phonics: Match Phonemes, Add a Phoneme, Words with oo (book)
Writing: Opinion Writing, Shared Book Report, Organization, Writing a Research Report
Reading: Fact and Opinion, Question, Author's Purpose
Speaking and Listening: Ask and Answer Questions to Clarify Comprehension
Fluency: Intonation, High-Frequency Words

Journal Entry Pages:
Taking It Home (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to describe a souvenir that they have or would like to have.

Discoveries (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show a dinosaur they would like to discover.

Dino World (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show what the world would be like if dinosaurs still walked the earth.

Searching (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show how they've helped a friend find something.

Ancient Animals (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show how we can learn about ancient animals.

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

I Can Pyramid Write My Spelling Words (L.2.2d) - Students will pyramid write each of their spelling words.

I Can Illustrate My Spelling Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, SL.2.5, RF.2.4) - Students will rewrite and draw a picture for each spelling word.

I Can Sort My Words By Final Sound (RF.2.3, L.2.2d) - Students will sort spelling words by common final sound.

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

I Can Find Words With the Same First Sound (L.2.2d, RF.2.3) - Students will match spelling words to pictures with the same first 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 Find Adverbs That Tell How (L.2.1e) - Students will find and color adverbs.

I Can Find Adverbs That Tell When (L.2.1e) - Students will find adverbs in sentences that tell when.

I Can Sort Adjectives and Adverbs (L.2.1e) - Students will find and identify adjectives and adverbs in sentences.

I Can Use A and An, I Can Use Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (L.2.1e) - Students will complete sentences with either a or an, then use comparative and superlative adjectives to complete sentences.

I Can Use Adverbs That Tell How and When (L.2.1e) - Students will choose and write adverbs that tell when and how to complete sentences.

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Use a Dictionary to Define Vocabulary Words (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will find each vocabulary word in the dictionary and write the definition that matches each part of speech given.

I Can Use a Dictionary to Find Pronunciation (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a dictionary to write pronunciation for each vocabulary word (including extended vocabulary).

I Can Answer Questions With My Vocabulary Words (L.2.6, W.2.8) - Students will answer questions using their vocabulary words.

I Can Choose the Correct Definition For a Sentence (L.2.4, L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a mock dictionary page to choose which definition is intended in each sentence using multiple meaning words.

I Can Choose Between Similar Words (L.2.5b, RF.2.4, L.2.6) - Students will choose shades of meaning to complete each sentence.

I Can Create Example Sentences Based on the Definition (L.2.2e, L.2.1f) - Students will look up each vocabulary word in the dictionary and create their own example sentence to go with each definition.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Find Words With the Same Final Sound (RF.2.3b) - Students will color words by the code to find the same final sound.

I Can Find Words With the Same /oo/ Sound (RF.2.3b) - Students will find words with the same /oo/ sound.

I Can Write Sentences With Possessive Nouns (L.2.2c) - Students will use possessive nouns to find who each piece in the lost and found belongs to and complete sentences using their new words.

I Can Write Sentences With Possessive Nouns (L.2.2c, L.2.1f) - Students will create sentences using singular and plural possessive nouns.

I Can Sort Contractions, Plurals, and Possessives (L.2.2c, RF.2.4) - Students will color to sort contractions, plurals, and possessives.

Writing Practice:
I Can Find Reasons to Support Opinions (W.2.1, W.2.5) - Students will find reasons that support each opinion.

I Can Write a Strong Introduction (W.2.1, L.2.1f) - Students will write a strong opinion paragraph for each topic.

I Can Write Reasons to Support My Opinion (W.2.1, W.2.5) - Students will choose an opinion that they agree with and write reasons to support it.

I Can Write Interesting Compound Sentences (L.2.1f, W.2.5) - Students will write interesting compound sentences using simple sentences.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.1, W.2.5, RL.2.1, RL.2.7): Students will create an archaeological dig foldable 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 (RI.2.1) - Students will create W questions when given specific page numbers.

I Can Sort Facts and Opinions While I Read (RI.2.8) - Students will find facts and opinions in The Dog That Dug For Dinosaurs.

I Can Put a Story's Events in Order (RI.2.3, RI.2.5) - Students will cut and paste to put the story in order.

I Can Summarize What I Read (RI.2.1, RI.2.3, W.2.2) - Students will answer questions about this week's story using the summary method.

I Can Find the Author's Purpose in a Text (RI.2.1, RI.2.8, L.2.1f) - Students will find the main idea, supporting details, and author's purpose for The Dog That Dug For Dinosaurs and La Brea Tar Pits.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Change My Voice While I Read Sight Words (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4b) - Students will read sentences to a partner with sight words using intonation.

I Can Complete a Crossword With My Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will complete a crossword using this week's sight word.

I Can Complete Sentences With My Sight Words (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4) - Students will use sight words to complete sentences.

I Can Read Sight Word Sentences (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4, SL.2.5) - Students will complete pictures by reading sight words and making them match.

I Can Match and Color My Sight Words (RF.2.3f) - Students will color by the code to match sight words.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Ask and Answer While I Read (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, L.2.1f, RI.2.1) - Students will create and answer questions before, during, and after reading.

I Can Have a Conversation With a Friend (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, RI.2.1, W.2.8) - Students will have a conversation with a friend by answering various questions about The Dog That Dug For Dinosaurs.

I Can Answer Questions About Our Story (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, RI.2.1) - Students will write to answer questions about the La Brea Tar Pit selection.

I Can Ask and Answer While I Read (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, L.2.1f, RL.2.1) - Students will answer comprehension questions about the La Brea Tar Pit selection.

I Can Have a Conversation With a Friend (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, RI.2.1, W.2.8) - Students will have a conversation with a friend by answering various questions about The Dog That Dug For Dinosaurs using vocabulary from the story.


Yeh-Shen:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Words with ow, ou
Grammar: Possessive Nouns, Verb Tenses
Vocabulary: Part of Speech, Classify/Categorize
Phonics: Blend Phonemes, Vowel Diphthongs ow, ou
Writing: Opinion Writing, Response Paragraph, Evidence
Reading: Sequence of Events, Analyze/Evaluate, Compare and Contrast
Speaking and Listening: Ask and Answer Questions About What a Speaker Says, Comparing Versions of a Story
Fluency: Phrasing: Natural Pauses, High-Frequency Words

Journal Entry Pages:
Brothers and Sisters (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to describe their siblings. If they have none, they will decide if they would like to or not and why.

Unfair (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will describe a time that they were treated unfairly and draw to to illustrate.

Fairy Godmother (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show what they would ask their fairy godmother for if they had one.

Hug It Out (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write a letter to a friend whose feelings they hurt and draw to show a picture of them making up.

Broken (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to describe a time when someone broke something that was special to them.

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 /ow/ Spelling (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will sort spelling words by ou or ow spelling.

I Can Read My Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, RF.2.4) - Students will solve a crossword puzzle using spelling words by reading each word and matching it to its picture.

I Can Count Letters in My Spelling Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will count how many letters in each word.

I Can Rainbow Write My Spelling Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will rainbow write each spelling word.

I Can Find Correctly Spelled Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will find each correctly spelled word, then practice writing it 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 Find Possessive Nouns (L.2.2c) - Students will find possessive nouns in each sentence, then write to illustrate each sentence.

I Can Find Possessive Nouns That Name More Than One (L.2.2c) - Students will find possessive nouns that name more than one.

I Can Use Apostrophes In Possessive Nouns (L.2.2c) - Students will determine if apostrophes are correctly used in each possessive noun sentence.

I Can Choose the Correct Irregular Verb (L.2.2c) - Students will read each sentence and decide if the irregular verb was used correctly (have, does, had, did, have).

I Can Write Sentences With Possessive Nouns (L.2.2c, L.2.1f) - Students will write a sentence about a picture using irregular verbs (have, does, did, has, do, had).

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 it, illustrate it, and write a sentence with it.

I Can Find the Part of Speech (L.2.1, L.2.6) - Students will read each sentence and choose the part of speech for each vocabulary word (including extended vocabulary).

I Can Classify Sentences (L.2.1f, L.2.6) - Students will cut and paste to sort sentence types containing vocabulary words.

I Can Answer Questions With My Vocabulary Words (L.2.1f, L.2.6, W.2.8) - Students will answer questions with their vocabulary and extended vocabulary words.

I Can Categorize Story Sentences (L.2.6, W.2.8) - Students will categorize sentences containing vocabulary words as fiction or nonfiction.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Put Sounds in Order to Make Words (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b) - Students will put sounds in order to spell each /ow/ word.

I Can Find the /ow/ Sound (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b) - Students will determine if the /ow/ sound in each word is at the beginning, middle, or end of each /ow/ word.

I Can Find Rhyming Words (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b) - Students will find rhyming words for each word.

I Can Read and Draw /ow/ Words (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b, SL.2.5) - Students will draw to illustrate each /ow/ word.

I Can Create the Correct /ow/ Spelling (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b) - Students will finish each /ow/ word with ow or ou.

Writing Practice:
I Can Classify Statements as Fact or Opinion (W.2.1) - Students will read each sentence about Yeh-Shen and decide if it is fact or opinion.

I Can Find Details That Don't Belong (W.2.1) - Students will read each sentence and find detail sentences that do and don't belong.

I Can Write About Pictures in a Story (RL.2.7, W.2.1) - Students will turn to each given page number and write observations about the pictures shown.

I Can Write With Feeling (W.2.2) - Students will answer questions with feeling.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.1, RL.2.1, RL.2.3, L.2.1f, W.2.5): Students will create a fish foldable 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 Put a Story's Events in Order (RL.2.5) - Students will cut and paste to put the story of Yeh-Shen in order.

I Can Compare the Beginning and the End of a Story (RL.2.1, RL.2.3, RL.2.7) - Students will draw to compare Yeh-Shen's home at the beginning of the story to Yeh-Shen's home at the end of the story.

I Can Put a Story in Order to Tell What Happened (RL.2.5, SL.2.5) - Students will write to put the story of Cinderella in order and illustrate it.

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 main characters from Cinderella and Yeh-Shen.

I Can Compare and Contrast Texts (RL.2.1, RL.2.5) - Students will answer questions to compare two texts: Yeh-Shen and Cinderella.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Use Punctuation to Group Words Together in Silly Sentences (RF.2.3e, RF.2.4) - Students will read silly sentences containing sight words to a friend, using punctuation to group words together while they read.

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

I Can Read My Sight Words to a Friend (RF.2.3e, RF.2.4b) - Students will practice reading each sight word to a friend.

I Can Use My Sight Words in a Sentence (RF.2.3e, RF.2.4) - Students will complete each sentence with their sight words.

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

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Answer Questions About a Story (SL.2.2, SL.2.3, L.2.1f, RL.2.1) - Students will answer questions about Yeh-Shen.

I Can Have a Friendly Conversation (SL.2.1, SL.2.1a, L.2.6) - Students will answer questions with vocabulary words with a friend.

I Can Create Details For a Main Idea (SL.2.2) - Students will create detail sentences to support a main idea that fairy tales can teach us something.

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

I Can Compare Different Versions of a Story (SL.2.1, RL.2.1, RL.2.3, RL.2.5, RL.2.6, RL.2.7) - Students will discuss differences in this week's stories by answering questions with a friend.


Two of Everything:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Words with ai, ay, igh, -y
Grammar: Possessive Pronouns, Connecting Ideas
Vocabulary: Use a Glossary, Antonyms
Phonics: Syllables in Spoken Words, Substitute Phonemes, Reading Longer Words With Long Vowels A and I, Vowel Diphthongs oi, oy
Writing: Opinion Writing, Response Essay, Evidence, Write About an Experience
Reading: Understanding Characters, Summarize, Point of View
Speaking and Listening: Recount Key Details
Fluency: Expression, High-Frequency Words

Journal Entry Pages:
Endless (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will color and write to tell about something they would like to have an endless supply of.

Copy Pot (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will color and write to tell who they would share their copying pot with.

Me Two (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show what they would use a clone of themselves to do.

The More the Merrier (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain which special friend they would put into the copying pot to make more of and why.

Together We Can (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain why teamwork is important and how we can do great things with the help of others.

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 Vowel Sound and Spelling (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will sort spelling words by long vowel sound and spelling.

I Can Find the Long Vowel Sound In Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will write their spelling words, using a different color for the long vowel sound spelling.

I Can Put My Words in Alphabetical Order (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, L.2.2e) - Students will put sets of spelling words in alphabetical order.

I Can Pyramid Write My Spelling Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will practice pyramid writing each spelling word.

I Can Use My Words to Complete Sentences and Find Antonyms (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, L.2.5) - Students will complete sentences with spelling words, then find antonym pairs in 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 Find Possessive Pronouns (L.2.2c) - Students will find possessive pronouns in each sentence (my, her, your, his at the beginning or middle of the sentence).

I Can Find Possessive Pronouns (L.2.2c) - Students will find possessive pronouns in each sentence (mine, his, yours, hers at the end of the sentence).

I Can Find Possessive Pronouns and Their Nouns (L.2.2c) - Students will find the possessive pronoun in each sentence and then draw the noun it possesses.

I Can Choose the Correct Verb (L.2.1d, RF.2.4) - Students will choose the correct irregular verb tense to complete each sentence.

I can Write Sentences With Possessive Nouns (L.2.2c, L.2.1f) - Students will write a sentence using possessive nouns listed about pictures shown.

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Use a Glossary to Define Words (L.2.6, L.2.2e) - Students will use a glossary to define each vocabulary word.

I Can Answer Questions With My Vocabulary Words (L.2.1f, L.2.6, W.2.8) - Students will answer questions using their vocabulary words (including extended vocabulary words).

I Can Use a Dictionary to Find Pronunciation (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a dictionary to find pronunciation key for each vocabulary word (including extended vocabulary words).

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

I Can Find Antonyms and Complete Sentences With My Words (RF.2.4, L.2.4a, L.2.2) - Students will find antonyms for vocabulary and extended vocabulary words, then use vocabulary words to complete sentences.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Count Syllables in Words I Read Out Loud (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b) - Students will find how many syllables in each blending line word.

I Can Find the Syllable With the Long A Sound (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b) - Students will find the long a sound in each long a word, then color to show where it's located.

I Can Create Words From Spelling Patterns (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b, L.2.2d) - Students will create words with oi, oy, and ai spelling patterns.

I Can Find Words With the Same Long Vowel Sound (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b) - Students will color by the code to determine if words are long a, e, i, o, or u sound.

I Can Illustrate /oy/ Words (RF.2.4, L.2.2d, SL.2.5) - Students will read and draw to illustrate each /oy/ word.

Writing Practice:
I Can Find Reasons to Support Opinions (W.2.1, W.2.5) - Students will read each opinion, then color to show which reasons support the opinion and which don't.

I Can Use Examples to Support Reasons (W.2.1) - Students will read each opinion and write reasons to support them in relation to the main topic.

I Can Write Reasons For My Opinion (W.2.1) - Students will choose an opinion that they agree with and write reasons to support it.

I Can Summarize Quotations (W.2.2) - Students will read each quotation and summarize it in their own words.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.1, RL.2.1, RL.2.3, L.2.1f, W.2.5): Students will create a magic pot foldable 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 Put a Story in Order to Tell What Happened (RL.2.3, RL.2.5, SL.2.5) - Students will reread Two of Everything and summarize to tell what happened in each part of the story.

I Can Write About Characters (RL.2.7, RL.2.3, RL.2.1) - Students will answer questions by inferring to write about Mr. and Mrs. Haktak.

I Can Explain Why Characters Act the Way They Do (RL.2.1, RL.2.3) - Students will answer questions about why Mr. and Mrs. Haktak respond to challenges the way they do.

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 throughout the story.

I Can Summarize to Explain a Story (RL.2.3, RL.2.5, SL.2.5) - Students will summarize to explain what happened in Stone Soup.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Read Sight Word Sentences With Expression (RF.2.3e, RF.2.4b) - Students will read sight word sentences with expression to a friend.

I Can Rainbow Write My Sight Words (L.2.2d, RF.2.3e) - Students will rainbow write each sight word.

I Can Spell My Words and Add to Find the Value (L.2.2d, RF.2.3e) - Students will match each letter of their sight word to its value, then add them up.

I Can Create Sentences With My Sight Words (RF.2.3e, L.2.1f) - Students will write a given sentence type with the sight word shown, then illustrate it.

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

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Listen For Key Details in a Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RL.2.1, RL.2.3) - Students will answer questions about key details in Two of Everything.

I Can Recall Details About Our Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RL.2.1, RL.2.3) - Students will answer each question about key details in Two of Everything.

I Can Listen For Key Details in a Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RL.2.1, RL.2.3) - Students will answer each question about key details in Two of Everything.

I Can Remember Key Details From a Picture (SL.2.2) - Students will color and study a picture that goes with Stone Soup, then answer as many questions as they can about the details without looking.

I Can Recall Details About Our Story (SL.2.4, SL.2.2, RL.2.1, RL.2.3) - Students will answer questions about key details in Stone Soup.


Now & Ben:
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Spelling: Words With oa, ow, ee, ea
Grammar: Choose Between Adjectives and Adverbs, Noun Phrases
Vocabulary: Use a Digital Dictionary, Root Words
Phonics: Syllables in Spoken Words, Reading Longer Words with Long Vowels o and e, Final Stable Syllable -le
Writing: Opinion Writing, Response Essay, Elaboration
Reading: Compare and Contrast, Visualize, Using Context
Speaking and Listening: Reviewing Stories
Fluency: Rate: Adjust Rate to Purpose, High-Frequency Words

Journal Entry Pages:
Best of the Best (W.2.1, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show the best invention ever.

Back in Time (W.2.3, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to explain whether or not they'd like to go back in time to the 1700's.

Proud (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show something they're proud of.

Changes (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show at least one way the world has changed since Ben Franklin's day.

Through Time (W.2.2, W.2.8, SL.2.5) - Students will write and draw to show a picture of someone from long ago that's still important today.

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 Vowel Spelling (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b) - Students will sort spelling words by long e or long o spelling.

I Can Sort My Words By Part of Speech (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, L.2.1) - Students will tell what each spelling word's part of speech is in a given sentence.

I Can Put Words in Alphabetical Order (L.2.2d, RF.2.3b, L.2.2e) - Students will put groups of spelling words in alphabetical order.

I Can Use My Spelling Words to Complete Sentences (L.2.2d, L.2.4d, RF.2.4, RF.2.3b) - Students will use spelling words to complete sentences.

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

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

Grammar Practice:
I Can Sort Parts of Speech (L.2.1) - Students will find adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and nouns and color by the code.

I Can Choose Between Adverbs and Adjectives (L.2.1, L.2.1e) - Students will choose between adjectives and -ly adverbs to complete each sentence.

I Can Find the Word That the Adverb and Adjective Tell About (L.2.1, L.2.1e) - Students will read each sentence and find the adjective, noun, adverb, and verb.

I Can Choose the Correct Irregular Verb (L.2.1d) - Students will find the correct form of each irregular verb to complete each sentence.

I Can Use Adverbs and Adjectives (L.2.1e) - Students will complete each sentence with their own adjective and adverb.

Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Use a Dictionary to Define Vocabulary Words (L.2.2e, L.2.6) - Students will use a dictionary to write the definition for each vocabulary and extended vocabulary word given its part of speech.

I Can Answer Questions With My Vocabulary Words (L.2.6, SL.2.1) - Students will answer each vocabulary word question with a friend.

I Can Find the Root Word (L.2.4c, L.2.6) - Students will color to show each root word in vocabulary and extended vocabulary words.

I Can Find the Part of Speech (L.2.1, L.2.6) - Students will read each sentence and find the part of speech for each underlined vocabulary word.

I Can Create Example Sentences Based on the Definition (L.2.2e, L.2.1f, L.2.6) - Students will look each vocabulary and extended vocabulary word up in the dictionary and write an example sentence to go with it.

Phonics Practice:
I Can Count Syllables in Words I Read Out Loud (RF.2.3, RF.2.3b, RF.2.3c) - Students will read each long e and long o word, then determine how many syllables are in each and color one picture for each syllable.

I Can Sort Words By Long Vowel Sound (RF.2.3b) - Students will sort words by long o or long e sound.

I Can Find Words With the Same Final Syllable (RF.2.3) - Students will find and color words with the same final sound.

I Can Draw to Show What I Read (RF.2.4, SL.2.5) - Students will read each blending line sentence and draw to illustrate.

I Can Break Words Into Syllables (RF.2.3, RF.2.3d) - Students will break each word into syllables and write each one.

Writing Practice:
I Can Use Transition Words (W.2.2) - Students will combine sentences using transition words.

I Can Use Opinion Words and Phrases (W.2.1) - Students will complete each sentence to create feeling opinion sentences.

I Can Put Events in Order When I Write (W.2.2) - Students will write directions in order to explain how to make each kind of food.

I Can Write a Strong Closing (W.2.1, L.2.1f) - Students will write closing paragraphs containing opinions about each topic.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.2.1, W.2.5, W.2.8, RI.2.1, RI.2.3): Students will create a Ben Franklin foldable 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 ask questions before, during, and after reading, then answer each of them and explain where they found their answer.

I Can Compare and Contrast Two Periods of Time (RI.2.1, RI.2.3, RI.2.5, RI.2.9) - Students will read "Now and Ben" and "A Model Citizen" and compare our time now to the time of Ben Franklin.

I Can Visualize While I Listen (RI.2.7, RI.2.1, SL.2.5) - Students will listen to a friend or teacher read Now and Ben, then visualize and draw from various sections.

I Can Listen to a Story and Describe Characters (RI.2.1, RI.2.8) - Students will read "Now and Ben" and "A Model Citizen" and describe character traits for Ben Franklin based on what they've learned.

I Can Compare and Contrast Two Stories About a Character (RI.2.1, RI.2.3, RI.2.5, RI.2.9) - Students will read "Now and Ben" and "A Model Citizen" and compare the two stories.

Fluency Practice:
I Can Read With the Correct Speed (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4) - Students will read each sight word sentence to a friend, paying attention to speed as they read.

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

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

I Can Read My Sentences Using My Sight Words (RF.2.3f, RF.2.4) - Students will illustrate each sight word sentence.

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

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Review Out Stories From This Year (SL.2.2, SL.2.1a) - Students will choose a story from this year and illustrate it, then share with the class.

I Can Review Out Stories From This Year (SL.2.2, SL.2.1a) - Students will choose a story from this year and illustrate it, then share with the class.

I Can Review Out Stories From This Year (SL.2.2, SL.2.1a) - Students will choose a story from this year and illustrate it, then share with the class.

I Can Review Out Stories From This Year (SL.2.2, SL.2.1a) - Students will choose a story from this year and illustrate it, then share with the class.

I Can Review Out Stories From This Year (SL.2.2, SL.2.1a) - Students will choose a story from this year and illustrate it, then share with the class.
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