This is a quiz on Consumers and Producers. Students are asked to list needs and wants, identify if things are goods or services, and explain the terms producer and consumer. It is presented in an easy to read format for second grade.
This powerpoint introduces students to local, state, and national government. The powerpoint is geared towards 2nd grade students. It was created for SC, but can easily be adjusted for your individual local government and state government.
This ticket-out-the-door style common assessment can be used mid-week to identify those who are struggling with character traits. It goes along with Common Core by asking the students to choose a trait and then back up their choice by underlining
This test covers Around the Pond from the Houghton Mifflin second grade Reading book. The test includes multiple choice, short answer, a comprehension cold read with questions, and a vocabulary section.
This song is sung to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." Although it is based on SC government, the capital and city can easily be interchanged with whatever state you live in. Each verse deals with a different branch of the government and
This end of unit test assesses students' knowledge of rural, urban, and suburban communities. It includes a variety of question formats including matching, multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, and short answer questions.
Students get to visit Miss _________'s Cookie Shop with this product. The students plan their budget and decide what toppings they want to "buy" for their cookie. This product comes with a budget planning sheet and a letter to parents. This
Looking for a fun activity to teach Common Core Standard RL.2.5 in your classroom? This Promethean flipchart presents the students with a menu of story structure activities they can do after reading mysteries to earn their detective badge. The
This quiz tests students on five weather words commonly used in a second grade weather unit. It asks students to determine the meaning of words in context, fill-in-the-blank in sentences, and write sentences with two of the words.
As the teacher or students read Tall Tales, they can fill out his tall tale character profile sheet to identify the characteristics of a tall tale. There are two graphic organizers on one page (to complete for two different tall tale characters).