Long U

Long U

Print out pictures of words that contain the short U and long U sounds. Have your child sort them into long U and short U groups. Encourage your child to sound out words slowly and listen carefully to the the difference in the vowel sounds. Point out different Long U spelling patterns.
Have students sort words or pictures of words into long U and short U groups. Encourage students to sound out words slowly and listen carefully to the the difference in the vowel sounds. Point out different Long U spelling patterns.
Long
Long "U" Vowel
Worksheet
Long "U" Vowel
On this year two phonics worksheet, kids practise identifying the long "U" vowel sound by circling pictures. Then they write a long "U" word.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Learning Long Vowels: Long U
Learning Long Vowels: Long U
Worksheet
Learning Long Vowels: Long U
Help your first grader get to know long u words by matching words and pictures with the long u sound.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Long Vowel
Long Vowel "U"
Worksheet
Long Vowel "U"
Can you tell which words have a long "U" sound? Here's a helpful clue: the long "U" vowels make the sound of the letter "U"!
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Long
Long "U" Word Search
Worksheet
Long "U" Word Search
Help your child learn vowels and improve his reading skills with this printable word search puzzle that's all about the vowel U.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Long/Short U
Long/Short U
Worksheet
Long/Short U
It's time to check in on those long and short vowel sound skills! Use this fun picture assessment to check your first graders’ abilities to distinguish long and short U sounds.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Learning Long Vowels: A to U
Learning Long Vowels: A to U
Worksheet
Learning Long Vowels: A to U
Kids find the words that match the long vowel given in this phonics worksheet.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet

Measurement

Measurement

Need a rainy day activity? Work on a simple craft or project that requires measurement with your child.
Continue to give students plenty of practise measuring with both nonstandard and standard units. Expose students to different measurement tools, and allow time for hands-on activities.
Measuring in Inches
Measuring in Inches
Worksheet
Measuring in Inches
Measurement is an important part of maths and everyday life! practise measuring in inches using this basic intro sheet.
Year 2
Maths
Worksheet
Measure in Inches
Measure in Inches
Worksheet
Measure in Inches
Learn how to measure in inches using items found around your house or classroom!
Year 2
Maths
Worksheet
Unicycle Race Measurement
Unicycle Race Measurement
Game
Unicycle Race Measurement
Time to race! Kids must identify items based on measurement vocabulary.
Year one
Maths
Game
Order Up!
Order Up!
Lesson plan
Order Up!
It’s time to get measuring! In this lesson students determine the lengths of different towers and then put them in order from shortest to longest.
Year 2
Maths
Lesson plan
Long, Longer, Longest
Long, Longer, Longest
Lesson plan
Long, Longer, Longest
Students will love working together to create a display that demonstrates understanding of relative length. Use alone or with the lesson **Order Up Measurement.**
Year 2
Maths
Lesson plan
Measurement Hunt
Measurement Hunt
Worksheet
Measurement Hunt
Students will have fun hunting for objects and building familiarity with relative length using one foot as a target unit in this measurement activity.
Year 2
Maths
Worksheet

Nonfiction Books

Nonfiction Books

Provide your child with a pile of sticky notes before diving into a nonfiction book. As your child reads, they can record questions or reactions on the sticky notes. They can simply write an exclamation point for something they are excited about, or a question mark for something they have a question about. Everyone loves sticky notes!
Encourage your students to use sticky notes to mark books they're reading. They can write question marks on sticky notes for pages they have questions about or write exclamation points for facts that are interesting. Then use the sticky notes to talk to a partner about their books.
Write & Mark
Write & Mark
Worksheet
Write & Mark
As students read informational books, encourage them to use sticky notes to record what they learn. Help them keep track of the information they learn with this helpful worksheet.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Question Tracker
Question Tracker
Worksheet
Question Tracker
Have students record questions on sticky notes as they are reading, then they'll compile them all on this helpful worksheet before tracking down and recording their answers.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Nonfiction Look & Find
Nonfiction Look & Find
Worksheet
Nonfiction Look & Find
Help students get the most out of their reading with this super helpful question and answer tracker. Before students read nonfiction books, have them make a list of information they’d like to learn. As they read, have students track the information on thi
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Super Interesting Nonfiction!
Super Interesting Nonfiction!
Worksheet
Super Interesting Nonfiction!
It's fun to share interesting facts with others! Get the fun started with this top five list.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Main Topic Map
Main Topic Map
Worksheet
Main Topic Map
After students read informational books, have them share and connect their learning by filling out this handy concept map. When they're done, students will have a fun visual representation of what they've learned.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
All Kinds Of Weather: Level G
All Kinds Of Weather: Level G
Story
All Kinds Of Weather: Level G
Different kinds of weather are covered in this book, which introduces groups of sentences and new vocabulary.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Story

Punctuation

Punctuation

As your child finishes an informational story, have them reread it and check for the correct use of capital letters and punctuation. Focus on one grammar point at a time.
While students are working on their informational writing, make sure to focus on sentence structure and grammar. Model writing informational stories using capital letters, making spaces between words, and noticing punctuation. Reinforce punctuation this week in your mini-lesssons, and encourage students to reread their stories, checking for correct punctuation.
Sketch a Habitat: Desert
Sketch a Habitat: Desert
Worksheet
Sketch a Habitat: Desert
How much does your first grader know about the desert? Test their habitat knowledge with this fun printable.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Proper Punctuation
Proper Punctuation
Worksheet
Proper Punctuation
Help your child with his grammar skills with this printable worksheet that focuses on using end punctuation.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Punctuation: In the Garden
Punctuation: In the Garden
Worksheet
Punctuation: In the Garden
Use this fun plant-themed worksheet to help teach basic punctuation
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Sentence Features (Punctuation)
Sentence Features (Punctuation)
Worksheet
Sentence Features (Punctuation)
Let's check in on those punctuation skills! Use this activity to assess your students on their ability to use proper end punctuation.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Basic Punctuation
Basic Punctuation
Worksheet
Basic Punctuation
Budding writers can master their basic punctuation with this worksheet. These sentences are missing ending punctuation marks.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Punctuation Matching Game
Punctuation Matching Game
Game
Punctuation Matching Game
Kids can brush up on grammar skills by matching the punctuation marks to the sentences they complete.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Game
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