Second Grade Reading
These worksheets will help your child master her homophones and set her up for reading success!
Help your child along towards reading fluency with these easy and enjoyable activities.
Help your child set a goal for the number of books they plan to read over the summer with these 5 great ideas.
Reading Study Help
This bookmark is a helpful tool to use during and after reading to remind your child of "good reader" strategies that they can use themselves. It is also kept right where it should be--inside your child's book!
Knowing your antonyms from your synonyms is an important part of the second grade writing curriculum, and it's a real boon for vocabulary. Here's a fun game to help develop this skill in your child.
Help your child score points with a personalized message of her own. All it takes is a set of handmade letter tiles to create some word wall art.
Hereâs a fun way to boost your childâs vocabulary and language skills! Challenge him to see how many words he can make out of his own name, using homemade flashcards.
When baking soda is mixed with citric acid, a bubbling reaction takes place. Help your child experiment with mixing some acid and baking soda by making these homemade bath bombs!
Let your child's imagination soar with a jar of story starters guaranteed to inspire creativity and fun for the whole family!
Here's a thought-provoking activity to make new vocabulary words "stick" in the mind of your young learner.
Homonyms are those tricky little words that tend to confound early learners. Help your second grader ace the challenge with this rousing outdoor game.
Help your kid get to better know the different parts of a book by sending him on a table of contents treasure hunt!
For reading comprehension, kids can make a fun wanted poster featuring a villain from a favorite book or fairy tale.
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