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  1. Lesson 2

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    Spelling Words  - (last 5 are challenge words)

    1. not
    2. best
    3. run
    4. job
    5. bed
    6. spot
    7. get
    8. mud
    9. ten
    10. duck
    11. helmet
    12. puppet
    13. rotten
    14. subject
    15. contest


    High Frequency Words


    1. sit
    2. this
    3. went
    4. all
    5. both
    6. every
    7. never


    Reading Skills 


     Students need to be able to describe and identify characters in a story.

    Inflections -s, -es


    Writing Skills

    Statements and Questions 

    A statement is a telling sentence. 

    A question is an asking sentence.


    Writing Narrative include:

    1. topic, main idea,
    2. characters,
    3. settings
    4. beginning, middle and end,
    5. wrap up sentence.




     Frog and Toad All Year

     Story Vocabulary 

    covered – to place something over something else 

    everything – all things you see all around 

    guess – try to figure out or predict 

    through – in one side and out the other 

    woods – an area with trees all around 

    surprised – shocked about something you didn’t know was going to happen 

    pleased - happy 

    Robust Vocabulary 

    Edge – border or side 

    Neighborly – friendly to people who live near you 

    Ventured – went some place new 

    Described – tell about it in detail 

    Hesitate – pause or wait before doing something 

    Anonymous – without a name 

    Unselfish – you share with others 

    Satisfied – happy with the way things are 


    Web Links

    Think Central - StoryTown

    Listening to Reading

    Spelling City

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2nd Grade Study Guide—Lesson 1 
Arthur’s Reading Race 
Spelling Words 
1. flag 
2. fin 
3. ran 
4. has 
5. fill 
6. sat 
7. list 
8. sit 
9. bag 
10. win 
Reading Skill 
 Students need to be able to 
describe and identify characters in 
a story. 
Writing Skill 
 Sentences begin with a 
capital letter and end with 
punctuation mark. Sentences have 
a telling part and an action part. 
Story Vocabulary and Definitions 
already – happened before you knew it eat – put food in mouth 
prove – show you can do it know - understand 
sign – gives information learned – been taught 
police – people who help us eight – number after seven 
spy – to see read – to make words with letters 
buy – to get with money 
money – coins, bills 
Robust Vocabulary and Definitions 
dangerous – not safe heed – listen to a warning 
style – they way you do something 
ignore – not listen on purpose 
passion – do something with energy 
challenge – hard to do 
underestimate – thought it was easier than it really is 
proficient – good at something



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