Where the Wild Things Are Lesson Plans & Activities Package, Second Grade (CCSS) - Here's What You'll Get and Why: My goal was to make it easy to teach 2nd grade readers how to think about “Where the Wild Things Are” using a variety of comprehension strategies.
Making Connections with Thank You, Mr. Falker, Second Grade
A valuable addition to your English lesson plans. Students are first introduced to first , second , and third person points of view. They then identify point of view in various sentences and then apply the skill by creating sentences in the three p.o.v.'s.
Your students will enjoy the colorful, whimsical, monster themed task cards as they complete this fun activity to reinforce and increase their ability to correctly sequence sentences. Using their inference skills and transition words, the students put the steps of the recipes in the correct order.