Second-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Fix the Sentences: Rainy Day

    These sentences about rainy day fun have errors. Kids rewrite the sentences using correct capitalization and punctuation on this second grade writing worksheet.

  • Contraction Matching Game

    Is your kid having trouble with contractions? Try out this simple memory matching game.

  • Fix the Sentences: Bicycle Ride

    These sentences about bike riding have errors. Kids rewrite the sentences using correct capitalization and punctuation on this second grade writing worksheet.

  • Fix the Sentences: Ice Cream Shop

    This story about getting ice cream has errors. Kids rewrite the sentences using correct capitalization and punctuation on this second grade writing worksheet.

  • Bigfoot: Punctuate the Story

    Put proper punctuation into practice with this Bigfoot read-along worksheet.

  • Fix the Sentences: Baking a Cake

    These sentences about baking a cake have errors. Kids rewrite the sentences using correct capitalization and punctuation on this second grade writing worksheet.

  • Correct the Sentences: Questions

    Get to know the question mark by determining if each question is punctuated correctly.

  • There, Their, They're

    There are many ways to learn the difference between "there", "their" and "they're". Help your child determine the difference with this practice sheet!

  • January 2018 Calendar: Days and Dates

    Start 2018 off right! Introduce students to the concept of calendars and offer some useful hands-on practice in identifying and writing dates.

  • Punctuation: The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Read a classic Aesop's fable about the importance of honesty! Your child will get to practice punctuating this passage with periods.

  • Imperative Sentences

    Finish this worksheet! Practice giving commands with this exercise that explores imperative sentences.

  • Contraction Action

    Kids write the two words that make up each contraction on this second grade reading and writing worksheet.

  • Ending Punctuation

    How do you know if a sentence is a question or a statement? Your child can practice her ending punctuation marks with this worksheet.

  • Punctuate the Story: Earth Day

    Put proper punctuation into practice with these read-along stories.

  • Interrogative Sentences

    Do you know what an interrogative sentence is? Help your child sort out sentence types with this worksheet that focuses on questions!

  • Punctuation: The Fox and the Crow

    Enjoy one of Aesop's classic fables with this punctuation worksheet. Your child will add in the missing periods and quotation marks.

  • Question Words

    Help your child grow familiar with the question mark as he practices filling in sentences with the correct question word and adding a question mark at the end.

  • Proofreading for Punctuation

    Put your second grader's punctuation skills to the test and challenge her to correct the story by adding all of the missing punctuation marks.

  • Exclamatory Sentences

    Get excited about grammar with an exercise in exclamatory sentences! Your little writer will practice making excited or emotional statements.

  • Commas in Letters

    Learn how to use commas when writing a letter in this worksheet. Then, help Tommy write a letter to his grandma with correct punctuation!

  • Punctuation: The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg

    Practice punctuation with a classic Aesop's fable! Your child will add in the missing quotation marks, all while building her reading skills.

  • Punctuation: The Sun and the Wind

    Introduce your child to a classic Aesop's fable with this punctuation worksheet! She'll get to build reading skills while she adds in the missing punctuation.

  • Punctuation: The Bear and the Bees

    Get in some punctuation practice and reading practice all in one worksheet. Your child will read this Aesop's fable and add in periods where they are missing.

  • Declarative Sentences

    Did you know there are four different types of sentences? Get to know the most common one with this declarative sentence activity.