Second Grade CCSS Teacher Links, Resources and Activities
- Anchor Chart - Questions We Should Ask About What We Are Reading.
- Anchor Chart - What Can I Do to Make Sure I Understand My Book?
- Anchor Chart - Analyze Characters
- Anchor Chart - Show me the Evidence.
- Anchor Chart - Where is your Thinking?
- Anchor Chart - What does Non-Fiction look like?
- Close Reading - Videos and lesson plans
- Checklist - ELA checklist for 2nd grade standards
- Fun Free Math CCSS activities and resources - Each concept has its own page of resources for that specific topic.
- Free ELA CCSS activities and resources - Each concept has its own page of resources for that specific topic.
- Reading partner anchor chart - A reminder for students on how to read with a partner.
- Keyboarding Standards - PDF file that states what skills are suitable for second grade students.
- Free Interactive Vocabulary Building games - Use these resources to build up vocabulary skills. All are interactive fun games to play.
- I CAN Statements - Common Core - Language - PDF posters
- I CAN Statements - Common Core - Reading - PDF posters
- I CAN Statements - Common Core - Speaking and Listening - PDF posters
- I CAN Statements - Common Core - Writing - PDF posters
- I CAN Statements - Common Core - Math
- Into the Book - Excellent site to review the basic reading strategies; a game for each concept students can do by themselves. Fun, interactive learning tool.
- Literacy Work Stations / Centers FREEBIE - If you are looking to implement literacy work stations / centers�in your classroom, look no further!��On this site , you will find everything you need to start.�
- The Literacy Shed - ��The Literacy Shed is home to a wealth of visual resources in all types of genres. Practice guessing the genre of all of these wonderful literary pieces.
- Non-fiction Scavenger Hunt Worksheet - Print out this Google docs worksheet to make an exciting scavenger hunt for your students.
- Printable Math Worksheets - CCSS math worksheets labled with specific standards so finding just the correct one will be easy for teachers.
- Reading Logs - Several independent reading student response forms to download.
- Storynory - Hundreds of free audio stories for children who can follow along with the text being read. The reader does have a British accent and you may want to talk to the children about that so they will be able to understand the reading of the story.
- Vocabulary Twister - A fun way to practice vocabulary.
- When Differentiation Feels Impossible (Blog Post): The challenges of differentiating in the math classroom are many!