Second Grade Ela Genre Writing Worksheets


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  • New Year's Resolutions

    New Year's resolutions are a fun way to transition into a new year. Make some New Year's resolutions with your child using this template.

  • All About Me!

    Let's get to know you! Have your beginning writer complete this activity all about her, a great way to build confidence in herself and in her writing.

  • Wintertime Writing Prompt

    How do you know when it's wintertime? Have your child complete this winter writing prompt to exercise writing skills and reinforce seasonal knowledge.

  • Printable Homework Planner

    It's that time of year again! Send your second grader back to school with a colorful homework planner. Just print it out and stick it in your kid's backpack!

  • Computer Parts

    Is your kid computer savvy? Test his knowledge of basic computer parts with this fun match-up activity.

  • Homework Planner

    With back to school right around the corner, your busy kid is probably going to have a lot on his plate. Help organize everything with this weekly planner!

  • Hot Chocolate Writing Prompt

    There's nothing better than a mug of hot chocolate! Your child can work on his writing skills as he describes how to make a great cup of cocoa.

  • Rain Writing Prompt

    What's your favorite thing about the rain? This rain writing prompt gets your child to use his powers of description to write about what happens on rainy days.

  • Dinosaur Story Starter

    What if you had a T-Rex as a pet? Dino lovers can put their imaginations to the test with this adorable story starter.

  • The Tortoise and the Hare Fable

    Help your early reader get to know a classic Aesop's fable, The Tortoise and the Hare. He'll make a prediction about what will happen, and identify the moral.

  • Compare and Contrast: Rural and Urban

    Families in the United States live in all different settings. Kids think about the similarities and differences between rural and urban life on this worksheet.

  • What Happened Next?

    Play author with this creative writing and comprehension exercise! Your child will learn all about inference, or drawing conclusions based on what she's read.

  • Winter Writing Activity

    Here's a great activity to get your second grader's mind going and creativity in action! He'll write a story to go with the picture and even get to color too.

  • Creative Writing Exercise

    Let your creative juices flow in this crazy writing prompt worksheet!

  • Note-Taking from a Text

    Guide students to get the most out of non-fiction texts by thinking about their previous knowledge, what they learn, and what they still want to know. When they finish, they can trim it to paste into a spiral-bound notebook.

  • Creative Writing Prompt: Restaurant

    If your child is struggling with writing composition, help him spark his imagination with a fun creative writing prompt.

  • Write About Your Pet

    Learning to add details is an important skill for early writers. Your second grader will be guided to think of details to write about a pet in this worksheet.

  • Book Report Outline

    Need a template for your child to write his book report ? Here is a fun, postcard themed book report outline.

  • Write a Paragraph: If I Were President

    What if your child were President? Get his political mind pumping with a writing activity about what he would do as President of the United States.

  • Pirate Writing

    Is that a pirate on a dinosaur's back? Yes. Why? Let your child decide (and slip in great composition skills practice)!

  • Super Hero Supporting Details

    Super powers and saving the world will make any child want to write! Your third grader will learn about adding supporting details to his main idea.

  • Photo Captions

    Follow Chuck on vacation by looking at the pictures he took! What is he doing in each picture? Use your imagination and creativity to write captions for each.

  • Ice Skating Story Starter

    What story can your second grader come up with for this winter scene? He also gets some coloring time to go along with the story he writes.

  • Brainzy Presents: Floyd and Roly's Amazing Adventures

    Floyd and Roly are best friends and neighbors! Help your child stretch his writing skills with this fill-in-the-speech-bubbles worksheet.