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Second Grade Ela Grammar WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- -ed and -ing Endings
Basic verb tenses include writing words with -ed and -ing endings. Can you and your child spot the the right verb tenses on this worksheet?
- Scrambled Sentences: Crazy Cakes
Get a head start on grammar with this sentence building worksheet. Kids unscramble crazy cake sentences and put the words in an order that makes sense.
- Preposition Practice
Find the pets and perfect your prepositions as well.
- Grammar Time: Irregular Verbs
Help your second grader get to know the irregular verbs to be, to do, and to have with this fill-in-the-blank worksheet.
- Find the Adjectives
Hit a home run with your child while learning about adjectives.
- Verb Practice
Practice verb conjugation with your second grader by getting the subject and verb in each sentence to agree.
- Verbs with "-ing"
Introduce your child to the present progressive tense! Have him complete these sentences by adding "ing" to verbs so they talk about on-going actions.
- Irregular Plurals: Plural Practice 1
Some words require more than an S to become plurals. In this worksheet, kids practice using irregular plurals by connecting images to their correct noun.
- All About Adverbs: Verbs and Adverbs #1
Kids practice identifying the verb in each sentence, then finding the adverb that describes it to help them see how each part of speech works.
- Subject and Object Pronouns
Boost your second graders' pronoun savvy with this worksheet that asks them to complete each sentence by selecting the correct pronoun.
- Present Tense for Kids
Practice present tense for kids! This worksheet asks students to change verbs in given sentences, by spelling the words with -ing at the end.
- Find the Adverb
Train your second grader's grammar eye by helping him practice identifying adverbs in context.
- Sentence Building
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with her sentence building skills? This printable will help them with sentence structure.
- Past Tense -ed
This worksheet introduces basic past tense where verbs end in -ed.
- Adjectives Crossword
Complete this crossword puzzle with adjectives, and you'll end up with one descriptive hodgepodge of words!
- Adjectives Word Search
Discover descriptive words with this adjective word search, perfect for kids who are learning parts of speech.
- Scrambled Sentences: Fruit Fun
These fruity sentences are all mixed up! Can your child use her grammar skills to put all the words in the right order?
- Pick the Preposition
What difference does a preposition make? A lot! Your students will see this firsthand as they complete sentences by filling in the missing prepositions.
- Sight Adjectives
Practice writing adjectives all about what you can see.
- Scrambled Sentences: Bedtime Bugs
Here's a fun worksheet that's bursting with language arts learning. Kids unscramble silly bug sentences, and get writing and sight word practice along the way!
- Circle the Adverbs, Quickly!
On this second grade reading and writing worksheet, kids carefully, cheerfully, and maybe even quickly circle the adverbs that modify the underlined verbs.
- Antonyms: Opposites Attract
Each sentence on this second grade reading worksheet has an underlined word, and kids select the opposite of that word from among three word choices.
- Scrambled Sentences: Radical Robots
Here are some radical robots that need your help. Their sentences are completely scrambled! Can your child make these silly sentences make sense?
- Scrambled Sentences: Fish Friends
These sentences are looking pretty fishy. None of them make sense! Can your child unscramble them so that they're grammatically correct?