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Photo Captions

Follow Chuck on vacation by looking at the pictures he took! What is he doing in each picture? Use your imagination and creativity to write captions for each.

Landscape Art Project

This fun printable project allows your child to cut out elements of a landscape painting and then paste them to experiment with composition and perspective.

Pecos Bill!

Rootin' tootin' cowboys, gather 'round to hear the legendary story of Pecos Bill! Read this tale with your child, and see if he can tell fact from fiction.

The Giving Tree Story

Think about all the ways we use trees with this comprehension worksheet that explores Shel Silverstein's The Giving Tree.

Story Comprehension: What's in a Story?

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.

Interactive Story Writing

This reading exercise uses interactive story writing; it's a great way to look at reading comprehension from a different angle.

How the Alphabet Was Made

Make reading time fun, with this classic short story by Rudyard Kipling. Then, complete a few comprehension activities on "How the Alphabet Was Made."

Paul Bunyan

Can your child tell fact from fiction? Boost reading comprehension with this story sheet featuring a famous tall tale character: Paul Bunyan!

Reading Roundup: Find the Long U Vowels

Help your second grader learn about long vowel sounds with this fun reading worksheet that asks him to round up all the words with long "u" sounds.

Historical Heroes: Maya Angelou

Learn more about author, activist and poet Maya Angelou with this Historical Heroes printable - a great addition to celebrating Black History Month.

Hard and Soft G

On this second grade reading worksheet, kids sort initial consonant sounds into two groups: hard "g" as in goose, and soft "g" as in giraffe.

Story Comprehension: What Happens Next?

Kids read a story about a puppy, then finish it by writing what they think will happen next.

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