Ch 9: Language Arts Games for 2nd Grade

About This Chapter

These articles will provide you with examples of games you can incorporate into your 2nd grade language arts lessons. These games will not only enhance your students' learning but make them more excited about the language arts.

Language Arts Games for 2nd Grade - Chapter Summary

With this chapter, you will review different games you can use to help your 2nd grade students improve their language arts skills. Incorporate these games into your lessons to improve your students' skills and understanding regarding:

  • Reading comprehension
  • Phonics
  • Spelling
  • Grammar
  • Journal writing

These games and activities are presented in short articles that are mobile device-compatible so that you can view them whenever you need, as long as you have access to an Internet-ready mobile device.

How It Helps

  • Enhances student participation: Incorporate these games and activities into your lessons to get your students engaged with learning.
  • Effectively builds student academic skills: This chapter will provide your students with an interactive way to improve their language art skills that will carry over into other areas of academia.
  • Improves student understanding: The hands-on approach of these activities will help students reinforce their understanding of the language arts.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Incorporate interactive activities into your lessons about the language arts
  • Increase student participation in the classroom
  • Help students improve their reading and writing skills, including spelling, journaling and comprehension

7 Lessons in Chapter 9: Language Arts Games for 2nd Grade
2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Games

1. 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Games

Second grade students are becoming more serious readers and beginning to need comprehension skills. This lesson gives you ideas for games you can create to use in your classroom.

2nd Grade Phonics Games

2. 2nd Grade Phonics Games

Second grade students are in that sweet spot with reading acquisition - familiar with most basic alphabetic principles and catching on to relationships among letters. Use these fun games to reinforce phonics skills.

Reading Games for 2nd Grade

3. Reading Games for 2nd Grade

Learning to read takes a while, but it's well worth the effort! Help your second grade students have some fun while practicing those crucial literacy skills.

Spelling Games for 2nd Grade

4. Spelling Games for 2nd Grade

Second grade students are eager to be good spellers, but sometimes lack the necessary tools to be proficient. This lesson provides engaging games students will love to play over and over.

Noun Games for 2nd Grade

5. Noun Games for 2nd Grade

Singular, plural, and possessive. Proper nouns and regular nouns. People, places, and things. There's a lot to learn about nouns. Help students have fun as they explore nouns with a few of these noun games for second graders.

Guided Reading Activities for 2nd Grade

6. Guided Reading Activities for 2nd Grade

Creating fun, interactive reading activities for 2nd graders can be challenging but can make a big difference in children's success. This lesson helps teachers create several fun activities for reading groups.

2nd Grade Journal Prompts

7. 2nd Grade Journal Prompts

Second grade reading prompts should be fun and stress-free so students can focus on formatting and structure. Common Core Standards require that students can compose three different types of writing. This lesson gives sample writing prompts for each of the types of writing required.

Chapter Practice Exam
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