Sunday, January 8, 2012

Treasures Second Grade Unit 3 Review Activity Pack

Hello friends! I've been working super hard on a review unit for my kiddos to work on this week.  We will be doing benchmark assessing over the skills we learned during our third unit this week and I wanted to create a review for my kids that be engaging and purposeful.  Goodbye completing extra workbook pages and hello games and cooperative learning opprotunities!

There are lots of great activities included in this review unit.  There are review activities for summarizing, cause and effect, and using illustrations.  Additionally there is review for reading a calendar, poems with alliteration and similes, a synonym match up center, an antonym scoot, word sorts for long u and long e, double and trip consonant blends and an "I have, Who has?" for Unit Three's high frequency words.  Even if you don't use the Treasures reading program, the activities are generic enough that they would be used in any classroom to review these skills!

Click {here} to purchase the unit on Teachers Pay Teachers.  I will give away one copy of this activity pack to the person who leaves the first comment on this post, please remember this activity pack would be used in any second grade classroom, not just ones utilizing the Treasures reading program.  When commenting, please include your email, so that I can email the file to you!

Hope you all are enjoying your Sunday!  Weekends go by too fast!

Yesterday I uploaded a couple of freebies from this unit.  Click {here} to go to yesterday's post to download the long vowel sorts that are a part of my Treasures Unit 3 Review Pack.

10 comments:

  1. Aww...missed it...but it looks awesome! Great job!

    Gladys
    http://teachinginhighheels.blogspot.com

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  2. I just found your blog, it is SO cute!! I love all of your cause and effect stuff! I'm student teaching in second grade this year, and cause and effect has been such a tough one for the whole grade level! I will use this when we revisit cause and effect again! :)

    Classroom Confetti

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  3. I wish I used Treasures! It seems like everyone in blog world uses it but me! Ugh!

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  4. I wish I used Treasures too!!! We are using the Houghtin Mifflin curriculum from, like, 1995... seriously! I am going to check out your unit anyways :) Thanks Lisa!!!

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  5. Your students are so lucky to have you. Thanks for sharing.
    - Lisa
    a teachers bag of tricks

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  7. Wow! This looks great! i have given you an award on my blog, hope you can pop over to check it out :)

    Kylie

    www.ms-smartiepants.blogspot.com

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  8. Hey Lisa...did you send this? I'm hoping you didn't get sent to the spam folder! ah! lol
    The Teachers’ Cauldron

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  9. Are you going to do a Unit 5 review? I almost ready to start reviewing and would love a resource like this.

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