Foundational Reading Lesson - Identify the Main Purpose of a Text, Including what the Author wants to Answer, Explain, or Describe, Grade 2

  • Activity 1 / Descriptive Writing Worksheet: Part 2

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    Writing is an art, and writers often express their emotions through beautifully constructed sentences and thought-provoking words. Sometimes, writers write just to give more information about a particular person, event, or object. In this worksheet, your kids will learn about the different kinds of writing; descriptive writing, explanatory writing and persuasive writing. Read the short descriptive text to them, and then check the answers to the questions at the bottom of the page.

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  • Activity 2 / Explanatory Writing Worksheet

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    Using this worksheet, you can easily teach your kids about the different kinds of writing that we have. In a descriptive writing, a writer writes to describe a situation. An explanatory writing exists to tell the readers how to do something. And a persuasive writing tries to convince the readers to do or think in a certain type of way. Read the short piece of explanatory text to your kids and then help them answer the questions by circling the correct answer.

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