Year two Assessments: Spring (early January to mid-March)

Evaluate student skills with these year two worksheets for spring maths and ELA assessment. Looking for another grade? Get mid-year assessments for: Kindergarten, Year one, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6.

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Sight Words Assessment

Your first graders have been hard at work on their reading skills this year! Use this quick one-on-one reading inventory to gauge and assess your students' abilities to read grade-level sight words.
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Reading Long A Words

Mastering vowel sounds is an important step on the path to reading! Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that have a long A sound by having them read these sight words aloud.
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Reading Long E Words

Mastering vowel sounds is an important step on the path to reading! Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that have a long E sound by having them read these sight words aloud.
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Reading Long I Words

Mastering vowel sounds is an important step on the path to reading! Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that have a long I sound by having them read these sight words aloud.
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Reading Long O Words

Mastering vowel sounds is an important step on the path to reading! Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that have a long O sound by having them read these sight words aloud.
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Reading Long U Words

Mastering vowel sounds is an important step on the path to reading! Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that have a long U sound by having them read these sight words aloud.
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Blends & Digraphs

It's time to check in on those reading skills! Assess your students’ knowledge of blends and digraphs with this reading assessment.
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Informational Writing with Text Features

Use this open-ended writing activity to assess your students’ abilities to write informational texts and include appropriate text features. Students are asked to write about a topic of their choice using key details and facts, including at least one text
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Narrative Writing with Key Details

Your first graders have been hard at work learning how to write engaging narratives, so now it's time to put their knowledge into action! Use this writing prompt activity to assess your students’ abilities to use key details when writing narrative t
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Opinion Writing: Write a Review

Use this writing prompt activity to assess your first graders’ abilities to write an opinion piece. Students are tasked with writing a review of a book or movie of their choice, making sure to include a summary, their opinion, and supporting reasons.
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Correct the Capitalization

Your first graders should be well on their way to understanding that you can't write sentences without proper capitalization! Use this writing assessment to measure your students’ abilities to correctly capitalize sentences.
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Fix the Punctuation

Do your first graders have a solid grasp of how to write sentences with proper end punctuation, or could they use a bit more practise? Use this assessment to gauge your students’ abilities to use correct end punctuation.
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Assessment: Addition to 20

It's time to check in on those addition skills! Use this maths activity to assess your students’ understanding of addition by having them solve addition problems within 20.
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Assessment: Subtraction to 20

Let's check in on those subtraction skills! Use this maths worksheet to assess your students’ understanding of subtraction by having them solve subtraction problems within 20.
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Assessment: Adding Three Numbers

Let's see those addition skills! Use this maths assessment to check in on your students’ abilities to add three numbers by having them solve these problems.
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Numbers to 100

How high can you count? Assess your students’ understanding of numbers to 100 using this quick number writing activity.
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2-D Shapes Check-in

Triangles, trapezoids, rhombi...oh my! Identifying different shapes is an important milestone for young learners. Use this colorful activity to assess your first graders’ abilities to recognise and differentiate between 2-D shapes.
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3-D Shapes Check-in

Prisms, cubes, cones...oh my! Your students have 2-D shapes down, but how are they coming along in their mastery of 3-D shapes? Use this colorful activity to assess your first graders’ abilities to recognise and differentiate between 3-D shapes.
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Equal Shares

Have your students put their knowledge of shapes and division to the test with this quick maths assessment. This activity will assess your first graders’ abilities to divide various 2-D shapes into equal shares.
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Time to the Hour Check-in

Reading analog clocks can be tricky for young kids. Hopefully they've had a bit of practise by now and are ready to show off their newly acquired skills! Use this time-telling activity to assess your students’ abilities to tell time to the hour.
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