Use this nonfiction comprehension worksheet to help second and third graders learn all about Misty Copeland, the first African American woman to become a principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre.
Do your students struggle to remember irregular verb tenses? Use this great matching activity to help students connect the present to the past. They'll be using irregular past tense verbs with confidence in no time!
It's time to find out if your second graders have successfully mastered those tricky irregular past tense verbs. Assess your students’ understanding of common irregular past tense verbs with this end-of-year activity.
Give kids a chance to think creatively about metaphors by letting them write their own! Students will stretch their imaginations and figurative language skills as they think of ways to describe their class, bedroom, and more.
Have your second graders conquered those tricky irregular plural nouns? Time to find out! Assess your students abilities to change irregular nouns from singular to plural with this quick assessment activity.
What in the world? Your students will have a blast unpacking the meaning of common idioms and creating original art as they learn the difference between literal and figurative interpretations of sayings.