Second Grade Reading

This board contains lessons, activities and resources that support second grade readers using a structured literacy approach to teaching reading and spelling.
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A closed syllable exception has one vowel followed by one or more consonants. The vowel sound is long rather than short.
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!

Second Grade Readers

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A closed syllable exception has one vowel followed by one or more consonants. The vowel sound is long rather than short. Phonics, English, Reading, Closed Syllables, Vowel Sound, Explicit Phonics Instruction, Phonics Instruction, Spelling Patterns, Syllable
What is a Closed Syllable Exception? - Informed Literacy
A closed syllable exception has one vowel followed by one or more consonants. The vowel sound is long rather than short.
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later! Anchor Charts, Spelling Strategies, Increase Vocabulary, Foundational Skills, Word Recognition
What is a Closed Syllable Exception?
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later! Spelling Activities
What is a Closed Syllable Exception?
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later! Spelling Words
What is a Closed Syllable Exception?
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
What is a Closed Syllable Exception?
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
What is a Closed Syllable Exception?
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later! Reading Comprehension, Reading Assessment, Reading Intervention, Teaching Vocabulary, First Grade Reading, Reading Instruction
What is a Closed Syllable Exception?
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later! Multisensory Reading
What is a Closed Syllable Exception?
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later! Literacy
What is a Closed Syllable Exception?
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Closed Syllable Exceptions to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities to teach this concept. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill easy! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later! Spelling Rules, Explicit Phonics, Spelling
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later! Teaching Reading
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later! Teaching Suffixes
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later! Suffix Activities, Suffixes Anchor Chart
How to Teach Suffix -s and -es
Are you wondering how to explicitly teach the Suffix s and es to your first grade, second grade and struggling readers? This blog post outlines specific activities and suffix spelling rules. It contains links to decodable readers and anchor charts that will make teaching this skill a breeze! Be sure to save this pin for later!
To help students develop strong vocabulary skills, the Science of Reading recommends explicit instruction through read-alouds. Vocabulary Development, Teaching Main Idea, Vocabulary Strategies, Language Learners, Vocabulary Instruction
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important for Reading? - Informed Literacy
To help students develop strong vocabulary skills, the Science of Reading recommends explicit instruction through read-alouds.
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important?
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important?
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important?
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important?
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important?
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important?
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important?
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
Why is Teaching Vocabulary Important?
Teaching vocabulary is such an important part of developing readers. This post outlines vocabulary teaching activities and discusses key research on the topic. Explicit instruction of key vocabulary strategies is important for readers of all ages, including English language learners.
picture of a tightly bound rope with the words using the components of literacy as a guide Comprehension Skill, Reading Skills, Literacy Skills, Fluency Comprehension
Targeted Intervention Builds Stronger Readers
picture of a tightly bound rope with the words using the components of literacy as a guide
Glued sounds or welded sounds contain letters that are more easily learned as a chunk since the individual sounds are difficult to separate. Learning Letters, Reading Multisyllabic Words
How Should I Teach Glued or Welded Sounds? Part 2 - Informed Literacy
Glued sounds or welded sounds contain letters that are more easily learned as a chunk since the individual sounds are difficult to separate.
Teaching glued or welded sounds is an important part of phonics instruction that is aligned with the Science of Reading. This post explains how to teach this concept to your first graders, second graders and struggling readers. It provides links to activities that support instruction.
How to Teach Glued or Welded Sounds Part 2
Teaching glued or welded sounds is an important part of phonics instruction that is aligned with the Science of Reading. This post explains how to teach this concept to your first graders, second graders and struggling readers. It provides links to activities that support instruction.