English Language Arts Worksheets and Study Guides Second Grade. Grammar

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Indiana Academic Standards

READING: Foundations
2.RF.4.6 Read multi-syllabic words composed of roots, prefixes, and suffixes; read contractions, possessives (e.g., kitten’s, sisters’), and compound words.
READING: Vocabulary
Vocabulary Building
2.RV.2.2 Identify relationships among words, including common synonyms and antonyms, and simple multiple-meaning words (e.g., change, duck).
Conventions of Standard English: Grammar and Usage/ Capitalization, Punctuation, and Spelling
2.W.6.1 Demonstrate command of English grammar and usage, focusing on:
2.W.6.1a Nouns/Pronouns – Writing sentences that include common, proper, possessive, and collective nouns, irregular plural nouns, and personal and possessive pronouns.
2.W.6.1b Verbs – Writing sentences that use the past tense of frequently occurring irregular verbs; Understanding the functions of different types of verbs (e.g., action, linking) in sentences.
2.W.6.1c Adjectives/Adverbs – Writing sentences that use adjectives and adverbs.
2.W.6.2 Demonstrate command of capitalization, punctuation, and spelling, focusing on:
2.W.6.2b Punctuation – Correctly using a period, question mark, or exclamation mark at the end of a sentence; Using an apostrophe to form contractions and singular possessive nouns; Using commas in greetings and closings of letters, dates, and to separate items in a series.

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