Category: 2nd Grade Reading ELA

2nd Grade Reading and ELA Smartboard Games – Alphabet and ABC Order, Question Marks, Reading Comprehension, Parts of Speech, Fact and Opinion, Compound Words, Story Elements, Sequencing, Nouns and Verbs – Play these fun, interactive and free Reading ELA games on the Smartboard!

  • Nouns and Verbs Game – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard to practice identifying nouns and verbs in sentences. A noun is a person, place or thing and a verb is a word used to describe an action. Direction: Select your game and click go. The speech bubble at the top left of the screen will ask you to click on nouns, verbs […]

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  • Sequencing Game – Reading ELA

    Using the Smartboard practice sequencing. Sequencing is an important strategy to master because it tells us the correct order in which things happen or in which to do things.  Directions: Click on one the the lists to put the steps in order. Next, drag and drop the steps into the correct order. When you think […]

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  • Cinderella Story Elements Activity – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard with this interactive story of Cinderella helps to explore elements of a story including setting, characters, sequence, exposition, conflict, climax and resolution. Story elements are all the components of a story. All stories have the same elements and identifying them will increase understanding of a story. Directions: Click tell me a story […]

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  • Compound Words Activity – Reading ELA

    Use this lesson on the Smartboard to teach students all about compound words. A compound word is when two smaller words are joined together to make one larger word. Directions: Use the Smartboard to navigate through the lesson. Click the Starter Activity link to open the lesson in a new window. Teach students that a […]

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  • Fact and Opinion Game – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard to learn about fact and opinion through reading a biography on Jackie Robinson, a famous baseball player! A fact is something that can be proven to be true and an opinion is a personal feeling or a belief about something that cannot be proven. Directions: Read the biography on Jackie Robinson aloud […]

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