Year two Assessments: End of the Year (mid-March to early June)

Evaluate how much students have learned during the school year with these assessment worksheets. Looking for another grade? Get end-of-year assessments for: Reception, Year one, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6.

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Sight Words: Year End Check-in

Your students have been hard at work all year gobbling up new vocabulary words! Assess your students’ abilities to read grade-level sight words using this quick reading inventory.
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Vowel Digraphs

Have your students mastered vowel digraph spelling patterns? It's time to find out! Use this assessment to check your students’ abilities to read words with vowel digraphs.
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Rhymes

Your students are nearing the end of their year two climb, so now it's time to hear those rhymes! Use this worksheet to assess your students’ abilities to come up with rhyming words based on pictures alone.
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Reading Silent E Words

Are your students comfortable navigating words that contain a silent E? Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that have a silent E by having them read these sight words aloud.
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Ends with -ed

It's time to check in on your students’ abilities to read past tense verbs that end in -ed. Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that end in -ed by having them read these sight words aloud.
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Reading Contractions

How comfortable are your first graders with reading and understanding contractions? Use this one-on-one assessment to check your students’ abilities to read common contractions.
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Reading Compound Words

Have your first graders conquered the compound word? It's time to find out! Use this quick reading assessment to evaluate your students’ abilities to read compound words, such as sunflower, bookcase, and cowboy.
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Correct the Capitalization

Your first graders should be well on their way to understanding that you can't write sentences without proper capitalization! Use this writing assessment to measure your students’ abilities to correctly capitalize sentences.
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Fix the Punctuation

Do your first graders have a solid grasp of how to write sentences with proper end punctuation, or could they use a bit more practise? Use this assessment to gauge your students’ abilities to use correct end punctuation.
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Opinion Writing: Write a Review

Use this writing prompt activity to assess your first graders’ abilities to write an opinion piece. Students are tasked with writing a review of a book or movie of their choice, making sure to include a summary, their opinion, and supporting reasons.
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Informational Writing with Text Features

Use this open-ended writing activity to assess your students’ abilities to write informational texts and include appropriate text features. Students are asked to write about a topic of their choice using key details and facts, including at least one text
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Narrative Writing: Describe Setting

Your first graders have been working hard on honing their narrative writing, so now it's time to put their practise into action! Use this writing prompt activity to assess your students’ abilities to develop a setting when writing narrative texts.
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Narrative Writing: Describe Characters

Your students have been working hard on their narrative writing skills! Use this writing assessment to evaluate their abilities to develop and describe characters in their narrative writing texts.
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Place Value

Understanding place value is fundamental to developing and mastering number sense skills. Use this assessment activity to evaluate how your first graders are coming along in their understanding of place value using tens and ones.
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Time to the Half Hour Check-in

What time is it? Time to check in on your first graders' clock reading skills! Use this activity to assess your students’ abilities to tell time to the half hour.
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Fractions as Equal Shares

This is a great activity to assess your students’ understanding of geometry and fractions! Students will draw lines to divide various shapes into equal shares and then colour in a portion to match the given fractions.
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Draw 2-D Shapes

Your first graders probably have squares and circles down, but what about trapezoids and ovals? Use this great geometry activity to assess your students’ abilities to recognise and draw 2-D shapes by their name alone.
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Sorting Shapes

Can your first graders tell the difference between a square and a cube? How about a triangle and a cone? Use this geometry assessment to gauge your students’ abilities to use attributes to sort 2-D and 3-D shapes.
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Adding 10

Your students have been plugging away at their maths skills all year. Now it's time to put those skills to the test! Use this maths assessment to check in on your students’ abilities to add 10 to two-digit numbers.
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Collect & Represent Data

Use this activity to assess your students’ abilities to collect and represent data. Students will come up with a survey question, collect and record the data, and then create a bar graph to represent the survey results.
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