Foundational Reading Lesson - Character's Point of View, Grade 2

  • Activity 1 / Homework Blues Worksheet

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    Your children probably don’t look forward to doing their homework. Maybe you have to deal with terrible tantrums and tears every time you ask them to sit down for homework time. The two little kids in this story, Cal and Sal, feel the same way as your kids, but you can use this worksheet to let your kids know the importance of homework. Together with your little ones, read the complete passage and then head to the bottom of the page and answer the questions.

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  • Activity 2 / Point of View Printable

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    When a writer uses characters in their book, sometimes they use different points of views to tell the story to the readers. If your kids don’t know what points of views are, you can use this opportunity to teach them what they are. Sometimes in a story, the character is telling the story to the reader. This point of view is called first person. Third person point of view comes from the narrator. Read the excerpt in this worksheet with your kids and ask them to check which point of view it shows.

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