Rhyme Schemes in Poetry – 2nd Grade – ELA.2.R.1.4
⭐️These Lexile® leveled close reading stories are perfect for teaching students how to rhyme poetry. Students will read poetry and learn how to identify rhyme schemes to better comprehend and gain meaning from poetry. This packet is designed to specifically fit 2nd grade Florida B.E.S.T standard ELA.2.R.1.4 but can be used by anyone teaching rhyme schemes in poems.
⭐️Includes Lexile leveled passages, standard based questions, anchor charts, and hands-on cut-and-paste visuals to help students master this skill.
✏️Integrated Color Coding – Color coding strategy encourages students to learn how to find and use text evidence in their answers.
✏️Comprehensive – Passages are perfect for comprehensive standard based test prep. Included anchor charts and questions make this resource great for lesson modeling. Works perfectly for small groups and guided reading.
✏️Scaffolding – Utilizes the Lexile Framework® for Reading and a mix of standard based essay and multiple choice questions to allow educators to scaffold independent work and homework. Also great for centers and interventions.
✏️Highly Engaging – Contains original stories with custom illustrations designed to engage students of all levels and interests.
- ELA.2.R.1.4 Anchor Chart / Journal Page
- Mentor Text
- My Brother’s Not a Werewolf by Ken Nesbitt
- Little Things by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
- My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson
- Picture-books in Winter by Robert Louis Stevenson
- Halloween by Edwin C. Ranck
- Caterpillar by Christina Rossetti
- The Rainbow by Christina Rossetti
- Hope is the Thing with Feathers by Emily Dickinson
- Knoxville, Tennessee by Nikki Giovanni
- Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost
- Young Night-Thought by Robert Louis Stevenson
- Eletelephony by Laura Richards