Second Grade Morning Work Distance Learning Part 2
This is NOT digital, but it is perfect for students and teachers needing paper/pencil packets. You also have permission to email this to your students’ families and/or add it to any secure digital platform you are using.
This pack contains 60 printables that can be used as Morning Work, Homework, or as an Assessment. Language Arts and Math are reviewed on a daily basis and support the Common Core State Standards.
In this pack, students will:
Write telling, asking, and exclamatory students with a picture prompt.
Put words beginning with the same letter in alphabetical order.
Identify soft c and hard c words and pictures.
Identify soft g and hard g words and pictures.
Determine whether a verb tense is past, present, or future.
Add commas to words in a series.
Write sentences using commas correctly.
Identify the two words that make up a contraction.
Write a contraction for two words.
Write compound words using pictures.
Use comparative and superlative adjectives correctly.
Read r-controlled vowels, long vowels, diphthongs, etc and circle matching words/pictures.
Identify two words with the same vowel sound.
Divide words into syllables and identify the open/closed syllables.
Write irregular plural nouns.
Identify collective nouns.
Identify root words.
Identify the parts of a friendly letter.
Add a suffix to a given word.
Use sight words in a sentence.
Identify the weaker/stronger adjective.
Read short passages and answer comprehension questions.
Determine whether a passage is fiction/non fiction.
Determine whether a passage is fantasy/realistic fiction.
Make inferences after reading a short passage.
Look for synonyms/antonyms in a short passage.
Use text evidence to support answers.
Write missing silent letters.
Circle words with silent letters to match the correct picture.
Use linking verbs correctly in a sentence.
Write possessive nouns.
Use adjectives to expand a sentence.
Edit sentences with correct capitalization, punctuation, and grammar.
Order numbers from least to greatest, and greatest to least.
Write numbers in expanded form.
Determine how many hundreds, tens, and ones are in a number.
Determine if a number is even or odd.
Read word problems and create a number sentence using +, -, and =.
Read a number word and write the number.
Create number sentences to equal a given sum or difference.
Fill in missing numbers on various number lines.
Write missing addends.
Tell the value of a digit in a given number.
Use place value blocks to write a number.
Compare numbers using <, >, and =.
Add 3 numbers.
Add 3 digit numbers.
Subtract 3 digit numbers.