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This HUGE 2nd Grade Literacy Centers Bundle is a comprehensive ELA resource that will take you through the entire year and every 2nd grade literacy standard! It includes over 140 literacy centers focused on reading, writing, grammar, and phonics skills! This bundle includes both digital and printable literacy centers!

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I love these centers so much! Prep is really easy and the kids have a great time using them. They offer so many chances for reviewing during centers!! – Mary E.

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    2nd Grade Literacy Centers Bundle is a comprehensive ELA resource that will take you through the entire year and every 2nd grade literacy standard! It includes over 140 2nd grade literacy centers focused on reading, writing, grammar, and phonics skills! This bundle includes both digital and printable 2nd grade literacy centers! The digital activities are included as Google Slides and Seesaw links.

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    These 2nd grade literacy centers will keep your students practicing phonics, grammar, reading, and writing skills with meaningful and purposeful activities. These are engaging, rigorous, and hands-on activities that your students will be sure to love.

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    Are you tired of searching for engaging and effective literacy centers?

    This bundle is your answer!

    This 2nd grade resource is so versatile – it works perfectly for independent ELA centers, reading groups, ELA skill groups, independent activities, intervention groups, reader’s workshop, writer’s workshop, and fast finishers. It can easily be implemented with any existing ELA curriculum or program.

    This center bundle is perfect for your classroom if you want to:

    - Provide standard-aligned and engaging ELA activities for your students during centers.

    - Encourage independent thinkers with direction signs.

    - Check student understanding and ensure accountability with recording sheets and answer keys.

    - Have centers that are organized by skill/standard rather than season or holiday theme.

    - Motivate student on-task behavior through fun activities.

    - Print centers in full color OR black and white.

    - Simplify center prep with simple cutting and assembly.

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    What’s Included in the ELA Centers and Activities BUNDLE:

    - 40+ Phonics Centers

    - 40+ Grammar Centers

    - 40+ Reading Centers

    - 20+ Writing Centers

    - Common Core aligned

    - Kid-friendly themes and clipart

    - Full color or black & white pages

    - Direction signs for each center

    - Recording sheet and answer keys for each center

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    Writing Centers Skills:

    - Writing an Introduction (W 2.1, W 2.2, W 2.3)

    - Writing a Conclusion (W 2.1, W 2.2, W 2.3)

    - Fact or Opinion (W 2.1)

    - State an Opinion (W 2.1)

    - Supporting Reasons for Opinion (W 2.1)

    - Linking Opinion and Reasons (W 2.1)

    - Opinion Writing (W 2.1)

    - How To Writing (W 2.2)

    - Topic and Facts (W 2.2)

    - Points with Facts and Definitions (W 2.2)

    - Informational Writing (W 2.2)

    - Writing a Letter (W 2.2)

    - Adding Details (W 2.3)

    - Dialogue (W 2.3)

    - Narrative Writing (W 2.3)

    - Fantasy Narrative (W 2.3)

    - Stretching Sentences (W 2.3)

    - Transition Words (W 2.3)

    - Editing Writing (W 2.5)

    - Revising Writing (W 2.5)

    - Writing a Report (W 2.7)

    - Inquiry Writing (W 2.8)

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    Grammar Centers Skills:

    - Common and Proper Nouns (L 2.1, L 1.1 B)

    - Singular and Plural Nouns (L 2.1, L 1.1 C)

    - Subject-Verb Agreement (L 2.1, L 1.1 C)

    - Pronoun-Verb Agreement (L 2.1, L 1.1 D)

    - Verb Tenses (L 2.1, L 1.1 E)

    - Adjectives (L 2.1, L 1.1 F)

    - Conjunctions (L 2.1, L 1.1 G)

    - Articles (L 2.1, L 1.1 H)

    - Demonstrative Pronouns (L 2.1, L 1.1 H)

    - Prepositions (L 2.1, L 1.1 I)

    - Types of Sentences (L 2.1, L 1.1 J)

    - Linking Verbs (L 2.1)

    - Collective Nouns (L 2.1 A)

    - Irregular Plurals (L 2.1 B)

    - Reflexive Pronouns (L 2.1 C)

    - Irregular Past Tense Verbs (L 2.1 D)

    - Irregular Verbs (L 2.1 D)

    - Adverb or Adjective (L 2.1 E)

    - Combine and Expand Sentences (L 2.1 F)

    - Run-on Sentences (L 2.1 F)

    - Abbreviations (L 2.2)

    - Ending punctuation (L 2.2, L 1.1 B)

    - Commas in Dates and Series (L 2.2, L 1.1 C)

    - Capitalization (L 2.2 A)

    - Letter Writing Punctuation (L 2.2 B)

    - Possessive Nouns (L 2.2 C)

    - Contractions (L 2.2 C)

    - Generalize Spelling Patterns (L 2.2 D)

    - ABC Order (L 2.2 E)

    - Formal vs. Informal English (L 2.3 A)

    - Homophones (L 2.4)

    - Literal vs. Nonliteral Language (L 2.4)

    - Multiple Meaning Words (L 2.4)

    - Context Clues (L 2.4 A)

    - Prefixes (L 2.4 B)

    - Root Words (L 2.4 C)

    - Compound Words (L 2.4 D)

    - Using Dictionaries (L 2.4 E)

    - Synonyms & Antonyms (L 2.5)

    - Real-life Uses of Words (L 2.5 A)

    - Shades of Meaning (L 2.5 B)

    - Similes (L 2.6)

    Reading Centers Skills:

    - Monitor and Fix-Up Strategies (RF 2.4)

    - Reading Fluency (RF 2.4)

    - Answering Questions in Nonfiction (RI 2.1)

    - Asking Questions in Nonfiction (RI 2.1)

    - Determine Importance (RI 2.2)

    - Finding the Main Idea (RI 2.2)

    - Main Idea & Details (RI 2.2)

    - Retelling Nonfiction (RI 2.2)

    - Cause and Effect (RI 2.3)

    - Describing Connections (RI 2.3)

    - Nonfiction Text Structures (RI 2.3)

    - Problem and Solution (RI 2.3)

    - Unknown Vocabulary (RI 2.4)

    - Nonfiction Text Features (RI 2.5)

    - Author’s Purpose (RI 2.6)

    - Information from Images (RI 2.7)

    - Reasons Support Points (RI 2.8)

    - Compare and Contrast Nonfiction (RI 2.9)

    - Nonfiction Genres (RI 2.10)

    - Close Reading Nonfiction (RI 2.10)

    - Book Review (RL 2.10, RI 2.10)

    - Asking Questions in Fiction (RL 2.1)

    - Answering Questions in Fiction (RL 2.1)

    - Making Inferences (RL 2.1)

    - Recount and Moral (RL 2.2)

    - Fables, Fairytales, and Folktales (RL 2.2)

    - Character Response to Challenges (RL 2.3)

    - Alliteration (RL 2.4)

    - Poetry (RL 2.4)

    - Rhymes (RL 2.4)

    - Fiction Story Structure (RL 2.5)

    - Summarizing (RL 2.5, RL 2.2)

    - Character Voices (RL 2.5)

    - Point of View (RL 2.6)

    - Information from Illustrations (RL 2.7)

    - Compare and Contrast Fiction (RL 2.9)

    - Synthesizing (RL 2.10)

    - Close Reading Fiction (RL 2.10)

    - Fiction Genres (RL 2.10)

    - Predictions (RL 2.10)

    - Visualization (RL 2.10)

    Phonics Centers Skills:

    - Short Vowel Words (RF 2.3 A)

    - Multisyllabic Short Vowel Words (RF 2.3 A)

    - Long or Short Vowels (RF 2.3 A)

    - Silent E Words (RF 2.3 A)

    - Long A Vowel Teams (RF 2.3 B)

    - Long E Vowel Teams (RF 2.3 B)

    - Long I Vowel Teams (RF 2.3 B)

    - Long O Vowel Teams (RF 2.3 B)

    - Long U Vowel Teams (RF 2.3 B)

    - Variant Vowels (RF 2.3 B)

    - Short and Long OO (RF 2.3 B)

    - Diphthongs with OI and OY (RF 2.3 B)

    - Diphthongs with OU and OW (RF 2.3 B)

    - Mixed Diphthongs (RF 2.3 B)

    - Multisyllabic Silent E Words (RF 2.3 C)

    - Multisyllabic Vowel Teams (RF 2.3 C)

    - Multisyllabic Words (RF 2.3 C)

    - Open Syllables (RF 2.3 C)

    - Two Syllable Long Vowel Words (RF 2.3 C)

    - Prefixes (RF 2.3 D)

    - Suffixes (RF 2.3 D)

    - Inconsistent Spelling Patterns (RF 2.3 E)

    - Silent Letters (RF 2.3 E)

    - Comparative Endings (RF 2.3)

    - Complex Vowels (RF 2.3)

    - Consonant Digraphs (RF 2.3)

    - Consonant L Blends (RF 2.3)

    - Consonant R Blends (RF 2.3)

    - Consonant S Blends (RF 2.3)

    - Contractions (RF 2.3)

    - Compound Words (RF 2.3)

    - Final Blends (RF 2.3)

    - Final Stable Syllables (RF 2.3)

    - Hard and Soft C and G (RF 2.3)

    - Inflectional Endings Without Spelling Changes (RF 2.3)

    - Inflectional Endings With Spelling Changes (RF 2.3)

    - R-controlled AR (RF 2.3)

    - R-controlled ARE, AIR, EAR (RF 2.3)

    - R-controlled ER, IR, UR (RF 2.3)

    - R-controlled OAR, ORE, OR (RF 2.3)

    - Mixed R-controlled Vowels (RF 2.3)

    - Three-Letter Blends (RF 2.3)

     

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    74 reviews for 2nd Grade Literacy Centers Bundle

    1. Kerry Kraska

      My students absolutely love these centers! They are very engaging, colorful and creative. My students keep asking for these and have a lot of fun with them. The worksheets are perfect and make it so easy to assess what is learned.

    2. Becky K.

      This has been a great replacement in my classroom to hands on learning centers. The students enjoy doing them. I like that I can assign them through SeeSaw which the children already know how to navigate.

    3. Sarah McK

      My class loved these for centers last year! And I’m so excited that they were formatted to be digital so now I can give my kids that need it some extra review or do some digital choice activities. Love these and love that they have tracking sheets!

    4. Angela E.

      These were brilliantly made. I love doing centers but I hate creating them! These centers were so worth it. I haven’t even printed them all yet, but I know I will be using them ALL next year during our Centers time! It has so many skills to work on. The Grammar and Phonics ones are my favorites. These are things my kids always need extra practice with. Thank you so much! I would absolutely recommend buying this. It will save you time and your students will love the centers!

    5. Mighty Movers

      This resource is AMAZING! All centers are well thought out, directions are kid friendly, and student engagement is through the roof!! I LOVE how each center activity is associated with a standard. This allows to pick the correct activity that will match my student needs. The digital options are great too! It can easily be used for distance learning. I can’t say enough great things about this resource!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!

    6. TulsaTeacherTales

      This is exactly what I was looking for!! I have really struggled with finding the right resources for my students and this everything that I need to cover all of the standards and themes that we cover. Thank you so much!!

    7. Ashley V.

      My students have responded so well to this bundle during summer school. I am looking forward to continue using it in the upcoming school year. I love that the bundle is so easy to print out and organize. The PDF file is very easy to print, organize, and put in my own folder system. Definitely recommend to anyone looking for a preplanned literacy bundle to use whole group or centers.

    8. Donna S.

      EVERYTHING is covered in here! You will find everything you need for your ELA block in here. Some of the games we even play as a whole group after a lesson on the SMARTBoard.

    9. Tess J.

      Love this package a lot. There were so many wonderful ways to introduce topic to my kiddo. With him being on the spectrum having an engaging way to teach and even review covered topic makes the task a lot less stressful. The creator has wonderful products and will certainly be looking for more things for my daughter. Thank you for your hard work and effort.

    10. Erin T.

      Love this resource! It didn’t take much prep work whatsoever. My students were engaged and cannot wait to use it with next year’s class!

    11. Adrienne V.

      This is an excellent resource to supplement and review my lessons. I am easily able to use it with Canvas, which is a huge time saver.

    12. Jill H.

      This is the greatest! This resources has EVERYTHING you could need for centers for Literacy!! I’m so glad I was able to purchase this and slowly start using this toward the end of the school year. I cannot wait to fully implement it at the beginning of next school year!! 😀

    13. Joeanne M.

      Wonderful resource to reinforce literacy during small groups with parent volunteer or small group. Easy to make and play.

    14. Nicole T.

      These centers have been excellent to use during our literacy block. Studentshave been able to use these centers as individuals, with a partner, or in a small group. I also like being able to use the digital version as a whole class reveiw.

    15. Cunningham Creations

      There is a great variety of activities and love how they cover all the standards for second grade. I wish there were resources just like this for every grade, so I could use them year after year with my kids as they progress through the grades. I loved the versatility of having print and digital versions, especially after our printer broke. Great resource!

    16. Elizabeth R G.

      I have used this resource in a variety of ways and it never disappoints. My students love completing the centers digitally.

    17. Karyna C.

      What a great resource! I bought these last year for my 2nd graders. I love the digital component as well. My students could have some form of normalcy when we went virtual. I teach third grade this year and I use these centers to introduce the subject a week beforehand.

    18. Erin J.

      My students love these reading center games! I use them as a build on activity in my classroom, such as we learned about Alliterations, I added it to the bin with the other games now when we do Reading Centers my students can continue to use the Alliteration game to keep practicing Alliteration. My kids love seeing a new game open for them to play and are engaged each time they use these!

    19. Sarah H.

      Anything made by Angie is gold. These centers I’ve been able to use in pieces throughout this virtual school year as assignments for my students… mostly during review weeks before testing. Students find these “games” definitely more fun that worksheets or other simple assignments. I love that there are so many standards covered in these, too. Thank you!

    20. Tara j.

      I used this with my students online while I am meeting with small groups. The activities are easy to use and the kids enjoy them.

    21. Michelle B.

      I used this with my students online while I am meeting with small groups. The activities are easy to use and the kids enjoy them.

    22. Tori S.

      Thank you so much for including the digital versions in this pack! You have made my life so much easier with engaging students in review games/centers. Thank you!!

    23. Kirsten R.

      This has saved my sanity! I was making slides all night long every day, until I bought these. They are perfect for my Daily 5 Rotations during virtual learning. The children can practice what we are learning on their own while I work with small groups in breakout rooms.

    24. Mallory K.

      I have been using this resource in a hybrid model with my students right now. I am doing in-person in the morning and “at-home”learning in the afternoon. This means we have in-person and online instruction each day. This resource has made this process a lot easier for me! The students enjoy it and are happy to be back in school 🙂

    25. Heather B.

      Another great resource from Lucky Little Learners. Everything I need for ELA workshop! I can adapt to the needs of all my students.

    26. Meredith Lane

      I have the math center bundle and I LOVE it. I really like the variety of skills to practice, but I wish there were more options within each category. However, my kids are obsessed with the little games they have been playing. I’ve even had one of my more challenging kiddos ask me to print him a copy to take home and play 🙂

    27. Olivia Johnson

      I have the math center bundle and I LOVE it. I really like the variety of skills to practice, but I wish there were more options within each category. However, my kids are obsessed with the little games they have been playing. I’ve even had one of my more challenging kiddos ask me to print him a copy to take home and play 🙂

    28. Rose G.

      My students love using these as part of our reading block in school! It will also be very beneficial if we ever have to do virtual learning in the future!

    29. Lashes and littles

      An AH-MAZ-ING resource that allows your students to practice skills.
      I loved it so much and can’t wait to buy more products!

    30. Mary-Michelle C.

      These activities are a fun way to practice ELA standards in a digital form. I love that there is no prep required and they are easy to assign in Google Classroom.

    31. Mary Moore

      I am the only digital teacher to 50 2nd graders. This resource has been amazing for helping them practice skills while I’m working in small groups. I created break out rooms, assigned a center to that room and let them work together to solve. I have also assigned them individually for students to practice and turn in. What a steal for printable AND digital resources. Thank you!

    32. Kala Boudreau

      This resource is a life saver! It has every literacy standard addressed that you could possibly need. The centers are engaging and allow for remote or in person learning. I love how both the digital and printable versions are available depending on what your school is doing. The direction sheets are clear and easily accessible for all students. Best resource and a great value for the amount of prep time it saves you!

    33. Glisairis D.

      THIS RESOURCE SAVED MY LIFE AND SANITY! IT aligns to standards so perfectly for me. The students and believe it not the parents love how easy it is to use! Thank you so much for making this digital!

    34. Katie P.

      LOVE!! My students loved working with the different activities. They enjoyed the hands on learning. We do this in intervention groups and small group rotations.

    35. Felicia M.

      It’s super easy to put together and it’s something that my students can go over and pick out an activity to work on independently after being told how to do it

    36. Kellee G.

      These are great activities that my students, regardless of academic skill level/abilities, are able to complete together in groups. It has been a great addition to my small group/centers time!

    37. Anastasia L.

      I used these while long term subbing in 2nd last year for our literacy rotations. Centers were cute and easy to direct the students. They were engaged and had were able to practice our topics in a fun, hands on way.

    38. Lea N.

      Such a wonderful resource to reinforce various literacy concepts. My students really enjoy participating in each activity! Thank you!

    39. Valentina Z.

      My students love these centers! They are so fun and engaging. They cover the standards and help my students strengthen the concepts they learn.

    40. Kaitlyn B.

      This has helped me SO much with small groups/centers. The activities are wonderful and the students work really well with them.

    41. Gold Country Teacher

      This is a wonderful resource! I am new to 2nd grade (after teaching middle school) and these have been a huge help. They do take a LOT of prep, but it is totally worth it. Thank you!

    42. Jenna Rossolillo

      This pack is perfect for my struggling readers! They are able to work on centers that meet a wide variety of their needs!

    43. Mary E.

      I love these centers so much! Prep is really easy and the kids have a great time using them. They offer so many chances for reviewing during centers!!

    44. Cathryn H.

      These activities are great! My students love them and I love all of the practice they are getting when they use these materials! Thanks so much!

    45. Kristen G.

      This resource makes it so easy to differentiate independent practice of literacy concepts. I like that I can choose between digital, printable, or a combination of both. I use this constantly!

    46. Brady Elliott

      This is an amazing collection of literacy stations! I like how they cover so many different skills and are easy for students to use! Thank you so much!

    47. Learning with Miss Presser

      AN amazing resource that has saved the day MANY times! I love that you can either have the activity has a printed version or on SeeSaw! Thank you for making planning a little bit easier 🙂

    48. Creating In Color

      This is just what I was looking for! This is the motherlode of literacy centers. Thank you so much for creating it! What a time saver!

    49. Allison S.

      These activities were great independent centers for my students and kept them engaged while they were working with the center.

    50. Kathryn B.

      These are WONDERFUL. Ended up not using this set specifically because the class I have this year is low so I purchased the 1st grade set.

    51. Amber M.

      I have a first grader who was reading in kindergarten. She has mastered our phonics scope and sequence for first grade so I was looking for others ways to challenge her in the classroom. This packet is a no frills set up and easy to prep. She felt challenged but still had fun. Highly recommend!!

    52. Bailee R.

      I use these every day in Centers and my students are always engaged. They love being able to play games and learn at the same time. These centers are all put together well so all you have to do is print. They are very organized when downloading as well!

    53. Katie P.

      LOVE!! My students loved working with the different activities. They enjoyed the hands on learning. We do this in intervention groups and small group rotations.

    54. Felicia Mader

      It’s super easy to put together and it’s something that my students can go over and pick out an activity to work on independently after being told how to do it.

    55. Kellee G.

      These are great activities that my students, regardless of academic skill level/abilities, are able to complete together in groups. It has been a great addition to my small group/centers time!

    56. Valentina Z.

      My students love these centers! They are so fun and engaging. They cover the standards and help my students strengthen the concepts they learn.

    57. Jenna Rossolillo

      This pack is perfect for my struggling readers! They are able to work on centers that meet a wide variety of their needs!

    58. Miss Charlton’s Class

      These activities are a perfect addition to my guided reading/ small group instruction. I use physical copies with my students in a group and the seesaw version they can complete at their seat independently. Great resources very engaging highly recomend!

    59. Miss Charlton’s Class

      These activities are a perfect addition to my guided reading/ small group instruction. I use physical copies with my students in a group and the seesaw version they can complete at their seat independently. Great resources very engaging highly recomend!

    60. Perky in Primary

      These centers have been perfect to use with my class. They are engaged and have been easy to implement into our classroom routine.

    61. TeachMeSara

      I liked this bundle, but it is a little difficult for my second grade students at the beginning of the year. But, may be beneficial more towards the end.

    62. Pretty and Purposeful Learning

      One of my favorite resources of all time. These games and activities are SO engaging, really well aligned to standards and so fun. My students LOVE them!

    63. Jenny L.

      Awesome resource! Well thought out and very engaging for students. I wanted to try something different this year that was more hands on for both word work and work on writing and this is exactly what i was looking for!

    64. Sarah F.

      My students were super engaged with this resource! I would recommend it to a friend! My students are learning so much in the past few days.

    65. Jordan M.

      this has been a great tool in my classroom. I can put things easily on google classroom or print our worksheets to do in a small group setting.

    66. Sandra L.

      I loved using this resource with my students in a small group setting (intervention/Special Education Resource Room)! The students found this engaging, will definitely use it again in future years! Thank you for creating and sharing :o)

    67. Joann J.

      I absolutely love this product! it is differentiated already, they are great stories for this age and they make them think! They also fit whatever you might be teaching each week! I highly recommend using these with your students!

    68. Aubrey Thompson

      Wow!! This is such a great resource to bring in to lessons. The quality and variation is nice, and these are very age appropriate!

    69. Kami O.

      So engaging and fun hands on learning. The kids love these centers! They can’t wait to dive in and learn. And so many activities to do!

    70. hellomisscruz

      SO many great centers for all areas of ELA. I purchased the math centers bundle last year and KNEW I needed the ELA bundle as well.

    71. Beka M.

      I was amazed when I first opened this resource at the amount of centers and options there were! I am looking forward to using these to reinforce skills this year!

    72. Kristin M.

      I used these when I taught virtually and then as an online option when I was back in the classroom. Great graphics and matches our standards well.

    73. Krista P.

      As always, a solid resource! I haven’t been able to make/print all of them out, but what I do have made, my students love! Thank you for this!!!

    74. Krista P.

      As always, a solid resource! I haven’t been able to make/print all of them out, but what I do have made, my students love! Thank you for this!!!

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