Second Grade Grammar Practice Sheets

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If you are looking for comprehensive and kid-friendly no-prep printables to reinforce 2nd grade grammar and vocabulary skills, you’ve come to the right place! There are so many ways to introduce a new skill whether it’s a good-old-fashioned whiteboard, anchor chart, PowerPoint, or center activities.

However, I always find it useful to have a good set of printables for each skill I teach because no matter how much we try to refrain from using “worksheets” nowadays, they are just so handy and helpful when used appropriately. We don’t want to use them as busy work and we don’t want to hand out boring or overwhelming worksheets because our ultimate goal is to teach a skill in the most engaging way, right?

These no-prep printables were created to cover the second grade Common Core Language Standards to supplement your grammar lessons. They were designed to be kid-friendly with clear and simple instructions and with just the right amount of text and clip art. On top of that, I included poster(s) that summarizes each skill so that you can display it on your grammar bulletin board or a literacy center. As there are various practice pages of different level of difficulty, you can differentiate learning as necessary. Keep scrolling down if you’d like to get a free set so you know what to expect in a bundle!

What can I use these for?

  1. lesson supplement
  2. post-lesson review
  3. homework
  4. literacy stations
  5. early finishers
  6. assessments
  7. small group instruction
  8. an activity for a substitute
  9. use the anchor charts to teach and to place in the literacy center

Which skills are included?

Example Work

Digital Version Available

TPT Digital Activities allows you to use selected PDF resources as digital activities that students can complete on a device for online learning. You can simply add notes and interactive layer like text boxes, then assign to students using Google Classroom. Here are some FAQ below! 

What if I have already bought a PDF version from your store before? 
You won’t need to to purchase a separate digital version. All you have to do is go to My Purchases and open TPT Digital Activity of that particular resource.

How do I know which resources are digital?
Look for the Digital logo (shown below) in order to identify them.

Where can I learn more about this feautre?
If you have not used this feature yet, and would like to learn more, click here. This should help you understand everything from making the PDFS interactive and assigning to students on Google, to reviewing students’ work and providing feedback. 

Is there a free interactive tutorial?
Yes, click here.

When you buy the printables, you will now have access to both my PDF file as well as the TPT Digital Activity. I hope, like me, you’re able to embrace and enjoy this technology too! 

Free Grammar Video Playlist

Grammar Anchor Charts

Creating large classroom anchor charts always seemed to help my students grasp the concept before moving on to group or independent work. A little tip I’d like to give is that I never completed an entire anchor chart with the students. I always have the basics ready and then fill it in with the kids during the lesson. If I want to decorate it and make it more colorful (and if I have the time to do so), I usually finish it off later on.

irregular plural nouns anchor chart

Second Grade Language Posters

In the No-Prep Printables, you will find poster(s) for each topic that is covered, and you could use these to give you some ideas in creating your own class anchor charts. I also uploaded just the posters excluding the printables. You can use them to either support the topics that you teach or for the students to use as a reference. Like I mentioned above, the anchor charts/posters are already included in the No-Prep Printables bundle, so there is no need to get these separately if you’re getting the bundle.

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