Brand new! These quick, daily passages work well as morning practice or as daily warm-ups. 175 daily passages are included. Each day of the school week contains a brand new passage plus a question. Weekly progress charts and answer keys are included.
Nonfiction, fiction, myths, folktales, biographies, realistic fiction, fantasy stories, and poetry are all included. This is a great way to keep reading skills sharp and review a variety of reading, social studies, and science topics.Click To Access Grade 2 Daily Reading Practice
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Do some fruits and vegetables cause the foods near them to rot quickly? This is a fun question to explore. It is recommended that apples be placed in a separate compartment by themselves in the refrigerator. This is because apples release a gas that can cause the fruits and vegetables near them to ripen quickly. Give It A Try In Your Classroom
Place at least two bananas in paper bag. Fold the top of the bag, and place it in a cool, shady part of the room. This will be the control. Get a second bag. Place at least two bananas in the bag, and place two ripe apples in the bag as well. Place this bag in a different cool, shady part of the room. Compare the results.
This frog does not leap, but it will leap into the hearts of your students. Students can dissect a paper frog with this unique and fun resource. Templates, directions, and bonus comprehension sheets are all included.Click Here To Access It