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Second Grade (Grade 2) Reading Strategies Questions

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Grade 2 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RI.2.2
Read the sentences. Choose the sentence that fits with the topic.

There are plays in the summer. People bring their chairs and watch.
  1. People buy the artists' work.
  2. The plays are at night.
Grade 2 Alliteration CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RL.2.4
"Peter Piper picked a pack of pickled peppers" is an example of...
  1. personification
  2. simile
  3. rhyme
  4. alliteration
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Which of these statements is a fact?
  1. A hobby is something you do in your free time.
  2. Some hobbies are better than others.
  3. Basketball is more fun than baseball.
  4. Painting is more fun than dancing.
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Is it a fact or an opinion?

Pandas are cuter than koalas.
  1. fact
  2. opinion
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Which of these statements is a fact?
  1. Storytelling is more fun than hiking.
  2. Acting is harder to do than painting.
  3. Dancing and reading are kinds of hobbies.
  4. Reading is more fun than painting.
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Is it a fact or an opinion?

Aluminum cans can be recycled.
  1. fact
  2. opinion
Grade 2 Main Idea CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RI.2.2
At the store we use coupons to save money. Coupons may come in the mail. Sometimes they are in the newspaper. You can get them in the store's ad, too. Usually you need to cut the coupon out.

What is the main idea of the passage?
  1. Coupons save money.
  2. Coupons can be found in different places.
  3. You must cut coupons out of the ad.
  4. You may find a coupon at the store.
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Is it a fact or an opinion?

Bees help pollinate apple flowers called blossoms.
  1. fact
  2. opinion
Grade 2 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.2.1
Jill is rocking back and forth. The waves are very big. She gets splashed in the face! Where is Jill located?
  1. She is on the playground.
  2. She is on an amusement park ride.
  3. She is on a boat.
  4. She is learning at school.
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Is it a fact or an opinion?

I would like to work with pandas when I grow up.
  1. fact
  2. opinion
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Is it a fact or an opinion?

Pandas live the forests of China.
  1. fact
  2. opinion
Grade 2 Idiom
What does the idiom "break a leg" mean in the sentence below?

"Break a leg!" Joe told Bill as Bill went to sing in front of the large crowd.
  1. Run fast
  2. Good luck
  3. Watch out
Grade 2 Identifying Genre
Identify the genre.

A witch stirs a potion in a cauldron.
  1. Fantasy
  2. Reality
Grade 2 Main Idea
Lisa went to a farm. There were animals on the farm. She liked the chickens and horses. She also liked the cows and kittens. Lisa would like to live on a farm.

What is the main idea?
  1. Lisa worked on a farm.
  2. Lisa lives in the city.
  3. Lisa liked the farm.
  4. Lisa visited her grandfather's farm.
Grade 2 Idiom
What does the idiom "an arm and a leg" mean in the sentence below?

That truck cost him an arm and a leg!
  1. a large amount of money
  2. a small amount of money
  3. no money
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Texas is the biggest state.
  1. fact
  2. opinion
  3. both
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Is it a fact or an opinion?

My family should recycle more items.
  1. fact
  2. opinion
Grade 2 Fact and Opinion
Is it a fact or an opinion?

McIntosh apples are the best tasting apples.
  1. fact
  2. opinion
Grade 2 Identifying Genre
Could it happen in reality or is it a fantasy?

An uncle could send a boy a birthday gift.
  1. Reality
  2. Fantasy
Grade 2 Identifying Genre
Is it reality or a fantasy?

Children can ride on the back of a horse.
  1. Reality
  2. Fantasy
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