Give your second grader's logical thinking skills and reading comprehension a healthy boost with a lesson in cause and effect.
Help your child become a more thoughtful reader and improve his reading comprehension by focusing on cause and effect.
Put the sentences of the story in sequential order from what happened first to what happened last. Then read the story to learn more about Rocky!
Put the sentences of the story in order from start to finish by numbering them. Read the story in the correct order when you're finished.
Learning sight words is a breeze with these fun word searches that turn spelling practice into a game.
Will Jelly ever fly again? Find out by putting the sentences in sequential order from beginning to end.
Does your child know his quotation marks? Challenge him with this double-whammy: reading a classic Aesop's fable and adding the missing punctuation!
What happened first? Have your young reader find the beginning, middle, and end of this short story. Use the illustrations to help her picture the events.
Enjoy a heartwarming, childhood classic, The Velveteen Rabbit! Your little one will love coloring these storybook pages as she reads.
Story webs organize a story into one main idea and several details. Help your second grader read the story, then analyze it using the story web.