Help your students make connections between verb endings and the ending letters with this practice worksheet! First students will sort the verbs by their ending letters (vowel or consonant), then they'll write the plural form of each word.
Learning to use sensory words effectively is such an important skill for a budding writer. n this activity, students will use sensory adjectives from a word bank to breathe life into ordinary sentences.
Reflexive pronouns might sound intimidating, but they don't have to be. With the help of this worksheet, students will learn about reflexive pronouns—such as myself, himself, and ourselves— and how they fit into sentences.
Understanding parts of speech is a foundational skill for all readers and writers. Help your second graders recognize and use nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and more with these teacher-created worksheets. This collection provides a wide array of second-grade activities so you can find the right resource to teach your young learners to understand and use parts of speech.