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1 Grade Two Homework February - Week 1 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. READING - Read and complete the attached comprehension worksheet neatly. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. SPELLING - Choose an activity from the grid. Practice writing and spelling each word neatly on the provided sheet. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. WRITING / WORD WORK - Complete the attached writing grammar worksheet neatly. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. MATH - Practice your math fact fluency using the Mad Minute worksheet. Set a timer for one minute and complete as many as they can. Write down and circle the equations completed in that time. Finish the rest of the worksheet. Return homework packet to school Parent Signature: Student Name:

2 Reading Log Day Book Title Purpose for reading: MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

3 FRIDAY I PLAN TO READ: Fluency Directions & Tips Give the one-minute reading, starting the stopwatch when the child begins the first word of the passage (student will not read titles). Tell your child that if she or he has trouble (struggling for more than 3 to 5 seconds), you will say the word so she or he can keep reading. After one minute, say Stop, stop the stopwatch, and circle the last word read. During the reading, resist the urge to correct mistakes that do not hold up the child's time. Mistakes and self-correction will be counted in the score. If the child has extreme difficulty, please let the teacher know. Follow along word by word with your pencil. Slash ( / ) through any words the child misses. Errors include: Skipped words Mispronounced words Word substitutions, including incorrect forms of the word Words in the wrong order; both or all words are counted as wrong Struggling that lasts for 3 to 5 seconds or more The following are not considered misses: Added words Varying pronunciation due to accent, dialect, or speech impediment Repetitions in which the wording is correct If a child self-corrects a mistake, the word is scored as correct. Scoring

4 Count the total words in the child's reading using the words-per-line totals listed in the margin. This is the child's words-per-minute reading rate. Mark this on the chart at the bottom. Then, count the number of errors (slashes). Record this number in the "errors" box. Subtract the number of errors from the total number of words to find the number of correct words. Example: Words 60 - Errors 6 = 54 wpm USE A DIFFERENT COLOR PEN EACH NIGHT TO KEEP TRACK OF GROWTH! Fluency Passage Today I got to go as high as a tall, tall mountain, but I wasn t outside and I didn t climb a trail to get there. I was inside all the time because I was riding in an elevator that went up almost a mile high. I went with my mother to visit her friend. Her friend works in a building that is 44 stories tall. We took a taxi downtown to the building. We went inside and looked for the elevator. When we got on, there were four other people already on it. Everyone pushed a button for the floor they wanted. My mother pressed the button for the 44th floor. The elevator started going up. The other people all got off by the tenth floor and we were the only ones left. The elevator moved so fast I had to hold on to the bar. My mom held my hand and smiled at me. Isn t this exciting? she asked. I nodded but my tummy felt funny. It felt like I needed to eat lunch. My ears felt funny also. My mom said it was because we had gone up so high that the air pressure was different. Finally the elevator slowed and stopped. We re here, said mom. While we were up so high we visited the observation deck. There was quite a view. It felt like we could see all the way to the next state. My mom s friend says when there is a storm it is really exciting to watch

5 Words Read Per Minute : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm Reading Directions: Ask W questions about the text you are reading tonight. If you find the answers, write the text evidence that proves what you have found the answer. Text: Author: Who? What? Question Answer Where?

6 When? Why? I asked one of each type of W question. I answered any questions I found using evidence from the text. Spelling Words Phonics Pattern Final Digraphs - tch/ck Sight Words 1. lock 1. about 2. check 2. how 3. quick 3. some 4. snack 4. tell 5. clock 5. where 6. pitch

7 7. watch 8. switch 9. snatch 10. scratch Rainbow Words Write each word in crayon. Trace over each word with 2 different crayons. Spelling Practice Grid Circle your choice and complete on the next page. Silly Sentences Write a silly sentence for each of the words. Underline each spelling word. ABC Order Write each word from the list in alphabetical order, starting with A, B, C,...Z. Switch Up Write each word from the list in backwards alphabetical order, starting with Z, Y, X,...A. Blue Vowels Write each word neatly in red crayon and make each vowel blue. Feeling Fancy Write each word in your fanciest handwriting. peaceful Three Times Write each word three times each in your neatest handwriting. Spelling Math Write each word. Find out and write how much each word is worth. A=1, B=2.Z=26 Connect the Dots Write each word in dots. Trace over the dots to connect them Computer Whiz Type each word on the computer. Have a parent print it out Word Pyramid Write each word as a pyramid. Spelling Story Write a story using all of your spelling words. Underline

8 with your pencil. and attach it. d do dog each spelling word in your story. Criss Cross Use each word in a criss cross, so you create an X with two words that share the same letter. b c a t n g Rhyme Time Write each word and then think of a word that rhymes with it. Write the rhyming word next to it. cat -- bat Syllable Sort Write each word in order from the least amount of syllables to the most syllables. Practice Spelling Test Have a parent test you on the words. Write them down on the paper as you try to test. Spelling Practice Sheet

9 Writing / Word Work

10 Math Fact Fluency

11 Solve as many equations as you can in one minute. Circle them. Complete the rest of the sheet after the time has ended.

12 Grade Two Homework February - Week 2 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. READING - Read and complete the attached comprehension worksheet neatly. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. SPELLING - Choose an activity from the grid. Practice writing and spelling each word neatly on the provided sheet. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. WRITING / WORD WORK - Complete the attached writing grammar worksheet neatly. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. MATH - Practice your math fact fluency using the Mad Minute worksheet. Set a timer for one minute and complete as many as they can. Write down and circle the equations completed in that time. Finish the rest of the worksheet. Return homework packet to school Parent Signature: Student Name:

13 Reading Log Day Book Title Purpose for reading: MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY I PLAN TO READ:

14 FRIDAY Fluency Directions & Tips Give the one-minute reading, starting the stopwatch when the child begins the first word of the passage (student will not read titles). Tell your child that if she or he has trouble (struggling for more than 3 to 5 seconds), you will say the word so she or he can keep reading. After one minute, say Stop, stop the stopwatch, and circle the last word read. During the reading, resist the urge to correct mistakes that do not hold up the child's time. Mistakes and self-correction will be counted in the score. If the child has extreme difficulty, please let the teacher know. Follow along word by word with your pencil. Slash ( / ) through any words the child misses. Errors include: Skipped words Mispronounced words Word substitutions, including incorrect forms of the word Words in the wrong order; both or all words are counted as wrong Struggling that lasts for 3 to 5 seconds or more The following are not considered misses: Added words Varying pronunciation due to accent, dialect, or speech impediment Repetitions in which the wording is correct If a child self-corrects a mistake, the word is scored as correct. Scoring

15 Count the total words in the child's reading using the words-per-line totals listed in the margin. This is the child's words-per-minute reading rate. Mark this on the chart at the bottom. Then, count the number of errors (slashes). Record this number in the "errors" box. Subtract the number of errors from the total number of words to find the number of correct words. Example: Words 60 - Errors 6 = 54 wpm USE A DIFFERENT COLOR PEN EACH NIGHT TO KEEP TRACK OF GROWTH! Fluency Passage It all started last year. Our class decided to find a pen pal from another country. I chose a girl my age from Korea. I wrote to her and she wrote back! We found out we like a lot of the same things. We both like our family. I told her all about my little brother and how he makes me laugh. She told me about her big sister who takes her on the bus to the movies. We sent each other our picture and described where we live. As we wrote more and more letters I learned about her and she learned about me. We both like to eat, and dessert is our favorite part. The food we eat is very different, though. Even the desserts are different. Her favorite is Korean pear. My favorite is strawberry ice cream. My parents took me to the Asian Festival so I could sample different Korean foods. I liked most of them. I liked the soups with noodles in them the best. My friend said she tried some American foods. She liked pizza but didn t like hot dogs. We like to spend time learning about each other. My friend is teaching me to count and to write my name. I am teaching her the days of the week. I was surprised that her favorite song was the same as my favorite song. I hope we are able to meet in person someday

16 Words Read Per Minute : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm Reading Directions : Think about your independent reading book from tonight. What was your author s purpose for writing this text. Prove your author s purpose with text details.

17 Spelling Words

18 Phonics Pattern Final Digraphs - dge/ng Sight Words 1. edge 1. both 2. lodge 2. found 3. bridge 3. into 4. smudge 4. over 5. pledge 5. saw 6. hang 7. king 8. strong 9. thing 10. wrong Spelling Practice Grid Circle your choice and complete on the next page.

19 Rainbow Words Write each word in crayon. Trace over each word with 2 different crayons. Silly Sentences Write a silly sentence for each of the words. Underline each spelling word. ABC Order Write each word from the list in alphabetical order, starting with A, B, C,...Z. Switch Up Write each word from the list in backwards alphabetical order, starting with Z, Y, X,...A. Blue Vowels Write each word neatly in red crayon and make each vowel blue. Feeling Fancy Write each word in your fanciest handwriting. peaceful Three Times Write each word three times each in your neatest handwriting. Spelling Math Write each word. Find out and write how much each word is worth. A=1, B=2.Z=26 Connect the Dots Write each word in dots. Trace over the dots to connect them with your pencil. Computer Whiz Type each word on the computer. Have a parent print it out and attach it. Word Pyramid Write each word as a pyramid. d do dog Spelling Story Write a story using all of your spelling words. Underline each spelling word in your story. Criss Cross Use each word in a criss cross, so you create an X with two words that share the same letter. b c a t n g Rhyme Time Write each word and then think of a word that rhymes with it. Write the rhyming word next to it. cat -- bat Syllable Sort Write each word in order from the least amount of syllables to the most syllables. Practice Spelling Test Have a parent test you on the words. Write them down on the paper as you try to test. Spelling Practice Sheet

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21 Writing / Word Work

22 Math Fact Fluency

23 Solve as many equations as you can in one minute. Circle them. Complete the rest of the sheet after the time has ended. Grade Two Homework

24 February - Week 3 MONDAY No School - February Break TUESDAY No School - February Break WEDNESDAY 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. THURSDAY 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. FRIDAY Return homework packet to school Parent Signature: Student Name: Reading Log

25 Day Book Title Purpose for reading: MONDAY None TUESDAY None WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY I PLAN TO READ:

26 Grade Two Homework February - Week 4 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. READING - Read and complete the attached comprehension worksheet neatly. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. SPELLING - Choose an activity from the grid. Practice writing and spelling each word neatly on the provided sheet. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. WRITING / WORD WORK - Complete the attached writing grammar worksheet neatly. 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read the passage aloud independently. Circle where you stopped. Write down how many words were read on the bottom chart. 3. MATH - Practice your math fact fluency using the Mad Minute worksheet. Set a timer for one minute and complete as many as they can. Write down and circle the equations completed in that time. Finish the rest of the worksheet. Return homework packet to school Parent Signature: Student Name:

27 Reading Log Day Book Title Purpose for reading: MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

28 FRIDAY I PLAN TO READ: Fluency Directions & Tips Give the one-minute reading, starting the stopwatch when the child begins the first word of the passage (student will not read titles). Tell your child that if she or he has trouble (struggling for more than 3 to 5 seconds), you will say the word so she or he can keep reading. After one minute, say Stop, stop the stopwatch, and circle the last word read. During the reading, resist the urge to correct mistakes that do not hold up the child's time. Mistakes and self-correction will be counted in the score. If the child has extreme difficulty, please let the teacher know. Follow along word by word with your pencil. Slash ( / ) through any words the child misses. Errors include: Skipped words Mispronounced words Word substitutions, including incorrect forms of the word Words in the wrong order; both or all words are counted as wrong Struggling that lasts for 3 to 5 seconds or more The following are not considered misses: Added words Varying pronunciation due to accent, dialect, or speech impediment Repetitions in which the wording is correct If a child self-corrects a mistake, the word is scored as correct.

29 Scoring Count the total words in the child's reading using the words-per-line totals listed in the margin. This is the child's words-per-minute reading rate. Mark this on the chart at the bottom. Then, count the number of errors (slashes). Record this number in the "errors" box. Subtract the number of errors from the total number of words to find the number of correct words. Example: Words 60 - Errors 6 = 54 wpm USE A DIFFERENT COLOR PEN EACH NIGHT TO KEEP TRACK OF GROWTH! Fluency Passage

30 I wanted to take my stepmother out to dinner for her birthday and pay for our dinner with my own money. I wanted it to be a surprise and I wanted it to be just from me. The problem was, I didn t have any money! I went out to try to find ways to earn money. The lady who lives in the apartment upstairs said she wanted to get rid of all her empty soda cans and bottles. She said I could keep the money for the deposit if I took all of the cans and bottles back to the store. It took me five trips, but I got them all taken back to the store. The man in the apartment downstairs said I could walk his dog after supper every night for two weeks. Our neighbor lady said she could use some help putting out the trash and getting rid of old newspapers. One lady in our building said she would like some help with her groceries, but she couldn t afford to pay me. I helped her anyway. She said she would give me some flowers to give to my stepmother. The day before her birthday I asked Mom if she would go on a date with me for dinner. She was surprised when I paid for the dinner with the money I had earned. She made me tell her where I had gotten the money. Then she gave me a big hug and said it was the best birthday present ever. I think she liked the flowers the best of all Words Read Per Minute : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm : Words - Errors = wpm Reading

31 Directions: Read the passage and answer the questions. Compare and contrast the characters personalities and character traits. Spelling Words

32 Phonics Pattern Double Consonants 1. class 1. do Sight Words 2. lesson 2. gave 3. yellow 3. said 4. better 4. see 5. cliff 5. their 6. rabbit 7. sudden 8. apple 9. puzzle 10. wiggle Spelling Practice Grid

33 Circle your choice and complete on the next page. Rainbow Words Write each word in crayon. Trace over each word with 2 different crayons. Blue Vowels Write each word neatly in red crayon and make each vowel blue. Connect the Dots Write each word in dots. Trace over the dots to connect them with your pencil. Silly Sentences Write a silly sentence for each of the words. Underline each spelling word. Feeling Fancy Write each word in your fanciest handwriting. peaceful Computer Whiz Type each word on the computer. Have a parent print it out and attach it. ABC Order Write each word from the list in alphabetical order, starting with A, B, C,...Z. Three Times Write each word three times each in your neatest handwriting. Word Pyramid Write each word as a pyramid. d do dog Switch Up Write each word from the list in backwards alphabetical order, starting with Z, Y, X,...A. Spelling Math Write each word. Find out and write how much each word is worth. A=1, B=2.Z=26 Spelling Story Write a story using all of your spelling words. Underline each spelling word in your story. Criss Cross Use each word in a criss cross, so you create an X with two words that share the same letter. b c a t n g Rhyme Time Write each word and then think of a word that rhymes with it. Write the rhyming word next to it. cat -- bat Syllable Sort Write each word in order from the least amount of syllables to the most syllables. Practice Spelling Test Have a parent test you on the words. Write them down on the paper as you try to test. Spelling Practice Sheet

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35 Writing / Word Work Fix up this writer s story by using editing marks to correct their errors. There are 9 mistakes to edit. Can you find them all?

36 Math Fact Fluency Solve as many equations as you can in one minute. Circle them. Complete the rest of the sheet after the time has ended.

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