Okay, I know what you're thinking, "I already have a morning work system in place." Well, I always think I do and then, come to find out, it's not working too well. I used to always have a worksheet in place every day until I stumbled on The Teacher Wife's great morning book.
We did this most of the first semester and it was so incredibly easy.
Well, since we don't do any reading worksheets at all, I felt like my kids weren't getting any practice doing independent work using our weekly skills. So, after flip-flopping back and forth, I've decided to create a morning sheet for each day that goes along with our topic for the week. Now, I know this is an ambitious goal, considering I've not gone seen my students since before Christmas. We'll see how this goes when we go back but I have a packet ready for you to download. I would love it if you could use it in your classroom too.
If you already have your morning work system set up, this sheets could be used for homework or just extra review.
I know not all of you use Treasures or even teach 2nd grade so I tried to make the pages more generic so they could be used by everyone. I even created them in color and black and white.
If you do use Treasures, this packet goes along with "Splish! Splash! Animal Baths." The skills covered are: compare and contrast, nouns, linking verbs, creative writing, capitalization, and word categories.
I changed it from TPT because I forgot I used DJ Inkers clip art. I will be posting these on Google Docs.