Olympics for kids 2nd grade math

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Only do this when you are done with your changes. Rebuild Topic Tree Cache NOTE: This can take several seconds to complete. Only do this when you are done with your changes. Here is a collection of passages that can help students learn to understand what they read. We have high-interest articles, poems, and fiction stories with comprehension questions. These passages are written specifically for a second grade level, although each students’ actual reading level will vary.

To view a list of Common Core Standards related to each reading comprehension worksheet, simply click the common core icon . Joey is dressed up as a superhero and all set to attend a party. Will his costume win first prize? Read the story and write the answers to the comprehension questions. Jake is going on his first plane trip, and he’s telling everyone all about it, even his stuffed panda. Emma wants a new lunch box like her friend, Alice. When Emma doesn’t have the money to buy one she improvises!

Chloe and Joey are looking around their backyard. They soon discover that they see things quite differently! Reading comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt are included. Rosie thinks it’s too quiet, but when her dad says it’s too loud, she learns about all the sounds happening around her.

Discover the “noisy silence” Rosie hears in this reading comprehension worksheet. Does it ever pay to be “chicken”? Find out in this reading comprehension passage about a bunch of barnyard animals and their picnic plans. Rooster has a problem with over-sleeping, and he can’t wake up all the other animals!

How will the animals wake up in time to start their day on the farm? Story includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt. Grandpa has lost his socks, and Alex and Emma are on the case! Can they solve the mystery of Grandpa’s missing socks?

Read this fun story to find out! Emma and Alex are looking for pictures in the clouds. They see one that looks like a duck, another that looks like a man with a beard, and a gray one that looks like rain. Rosie loves to hear her dad’s bedtime stories.