Hi! Remember me! I’m the one that used to blog, but somehow life has really gotten in the way lately! Not that I’m complaining because now it is officially SUMMER BREAK!
So far, summer has been busy, busy, busy! Saturday, my girls had their first dance recital.
Oh my word…the makeup! They were so excited to wear makeup, but I felt like I was making them look like clowns.
Then, we decided to go and look at a house…well, we fell in love with it and now we are new home owners. So, our house went up on the market today.
It’s so bittersweet. While I am ready to move and I love our new house, I know how much love we have put into this house. We have remodeled this house like crazy. There is definitely a lot of blood, sweat, and tears in this house along with many, many memories!
Anyways, in between all of this craziness called life, I did get a chance to update my 2nd Grade Common Core Language Arts Assessments. When I made these two years ago, it was VERY similar to my 1st grade version. I came to realize that with people changing grade levels, looping, using them in the same school, etc. people wanted completely different versions for 1st & 2nd. So, that’s what I did. I have changed out all of the reading passages and many of the assessments in the 2nd grade version.
If you have purchased these in the past, you can head on over to TpT to redownload the updated version. If you would like to check these out, click on the picture above or the one below.
Just in case you’re interested, here is the link to the 1st grade version.
I have Math versions as well that you can check out over at my store.
Your girls look adorable!
Luv My Kinders
What an exciting start to summer!
The Math Maniac
Looks great! Your move is so exciting!!
First Grade Blue SKies
I'm a first grade teacher in Indiana, as well. How well do you think these assessments fit with Indiana's "New and Improved" Standards, as opposed to CCSS?
What I meant to say is that I'd really like to purchase the first grade assessment pack, but I wondered how much tweaking/adding might need to be done to fit the Indiana Standards. For instance, are there any coin assessments in the first grade math packet, since it is once again in the first grade Indiana standards? Thanks so much! I love your products!