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GRADE 2Writing Supporting your child’s educational journey every step of the way.Spectrum provides specific support in the skills and standards thatyour child is learning in today’s classroom. Comprehensive, grade-specific titles to prepare for the year ahead Skill-specific titles to enrich and enhance educational concepts Test preparation titles to support test-taking skillsNo matter your need, Spectrum is with you every step of the way.Writing2GRADESPECTRUM Writing Subject-specific practice to reinforce classroom learning Spectrum is available in these titles for second grade success:Focused Practicefor Writing Mastery Writing a story Writing to inform Writing an opinion Using the writing process Writer’s HandbookCarson-Dellosa Publishing LLCP.O. Box 35665 Greensboro, NC 27425 04571CO.indd 15/27/14 1:57 PM

Chapter 1NAMELesson 1 What Is Happening?What is happening in these pictures? Write some words that tell whatyou see.Spectrum WritingGrade 2Chapter 1 Lesson 1Writing a Story5

NAMELesson 1 What Is Happening?Look at this picture. Then, read the sentence about the picture.Today is bath day for Buddy.The first word of a sentence begins with a capital letter. A sentenceends with a period. A sentence is also a group of words that tells acomplete thought.Now, look at the pictures below and on the next page. Write your ownsentence about what is happening in each picture.Spectrum WritingGrade 26Chapter 1 Lesson 1Writing a Story

NAMELesson 1 What Is Happening?Ask a friend or adult to read your sentences. Does each sentencebegin with a capital letter and end with a period? Go back andcorrect your sentences.Spectrum WritingGrade 2Chapter 1 Lesson 1Writing a Story7

NAMELesson 2 I Feel. . .How do you feel today? Do you feel happy, sad, or excited? Draw apicture that shows how you feel.Now, write a sentence about how you feel. Add details about whyyou feel this way.Spectrum WritingGrade 28Chapter 1 Lesson 2Writing a Story

NAMELesson 2 I Feel. . .Imagine it is your birthday. You have a bigoutdoor party planned. Now, however, it israining. How do you feel? Draw a picture.Then, write a sentence telling how you feel.Pretend that you just won a 200-mile bikerace. You are very tired, but very excited.Someone just handed you a huge trophy.How would you feel? Draw a picture. Then,write a sentence about it.Spectrum WritingGrade 2Chapter 1 Lesson 2Writing a Story9

NAMELesson 3 Your Five SensesWe use our senses to learn about the things around us. Sometimes, weuse one sense. At other times, we use many senses. These are your fivesenses: seeing, hearing, smelling, touching, and tasting. How doyou use them? Look at each picture. Circle the senses you could useto learn about the object in the picture.seeingtouchingseeingSpectrum WritingGrade aringtouchingseeinghearingsmellingtastingChapter 1 Lesson 3Writing a Story

NAMELesson 3 Your Five SensesImagine that you are one of the people in this picture. Use your sensesto learn about everything around you. Write what you see, hear, smell,touch, and taste.What I SeeWhat I TasteIn the CityWhat I HearWhat I FeelWhat I SmellSpectrum WritingGrade 2Chapter 1 Lesson 3Writing a Story11

NAMELesson 3 Your Five SensesLook at each picture. Name one sense you could use to learn aboutthe object in the picture. Then, write a describing word that tells whatyou would learn from that sense. The first one is done for you.touchSpectrum WritingGrade 212roughChapter 1 Lesson 3Writing a Story

NAMELesson 4 Use Describing WordsA detail is a small piece of information that helps readers “see” whatyou are writing about. To show details, writers use describing wordsthat tell how something looks, sounds, smells, feels, or tastes.Brian went to the zoo last week. Here’s what he wrote.The giraffe had a neck.Notice that there are no words describing the giraffe’s neck.Brian added a describing word to help the reader “see”what he was writing about.longThe giraffe had a neck.Brian also wrote this sentence.We ate popcorn and peanuts.Brian then added a detail to describe the peanuts.saltyWe ate popcorn and peanuts.There was butter on Brian’s popcorn. Rewrite Brian’s sentence andadd another word so the reader knows what the popcorn tasted like.Use this symbol ( ) to add your describing word.Spectrum WritingGrade 2Chapter 1 Lesson 4Writing a Story13

NAMELesson 4 Use Describing WordsHere is another sentence Brian wrote.What detail might make it better?I didn’t like the snake’s skin.How do you think the snake’s skin felt? Add a describing word toBrian’s sentence to tell how it felt.Think about a place you have visited. Maybe it was a zoo or a fair. Or,maybe you watched a parade or went to a sporting event. Writedescribing words about it here.What I SawWhat I TastedPlace I VisitedWhat I HeardWhat I FeltWhat I SmelledDid a friend or adult go with you? Ask someone who went with you tothink of another describing word to add to your web.Spectrum WritingGrade 214Chapter 1 Lesson 4Writing a Story

Writing Spectrum is available in these titles for second grade success: Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC P.O. Box 35665 Greensboro, NC 27425 USA carsondellosa.com SPECTRUM Writing GRADE 2 Focused Practice for Writing Mastery Writing a story Writing to inform Writing an opinion

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