Can your second grader pick the correct compound words to complete these sentences?
Give your second grader a grammar boost: This worksheet asks her to sort out the words on the stamps, and then form new compound words from them.
On this second grade reading worksheet, kids connect words in the first column to words in the second column to make compound words. Then they write the words.
Want to clear up compound words? Challenge your second grader to decode and add up these images to create brand new, compound words!
This word-building worksheet gets your child to see the interesting connections between words. Explore suffixes in this wordplay worksheet.
Give your second grader some valuable practice with compound words. Formed from the words on the balloons, she'll write new words in the blank spaces.
If your second grader's slipping in spelling, get her to complete this worksheet by brainstorming the missing half of each compound word.
Challenge your second grader to add up the picture clues to create his own compound words.
Want to give your second grader practice identifying compound words? This colorful, fill-in-the-blank worksheet's sure to do the trick.
Using the word bank, can your second grader choose the compound word--among other regular words--that best completes each sentence?