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The skills below are 100% aligned with Australian and New Zealand school curriculum and up to 90%+ with common core english. Skills are organized into groups and are ordered in a way we think would be useful. To master a skill, you will have to gain 10 stars (In case of a classroom initiated time-bound practise session, the time you can practise and the skill level is determined by your teacher).

There are 3 levels to each skill,

  1. Easy: A star will be taken away if you get 3 consecutive wrong answers.
  2. Medium: A star will be taken away if you get 2 consecutive wrong answers.
  3. Hard: A star will be taken away on each wrong answer.

Most skills have multiple type of questions with varying difficulties. If you keep getting wrong answers, system may give you the simplest of question to answer. Idea is to have you master these skills with a ground up approach. If you get an answer wrong, you can read the solution and helpful tips that briefly explain the skill/topic you are practising.

All the best with your Year 2 english. If you see any issue, please do report it by clicking the red button at bottom left of this page.
Important: Year 2 skills are currently in beta. If you see any issues, please report them so they get fixed to give you better experience.


Sprint

  1. Syllables

    1. Complete the words with consonant+le
    2. Select the correctly spelled consonant+le word
    3. Spell the consonant+le word
  2. Sentence structure

    1. Is the sentence a statement, question, command or exclamation?
    2. Identify the subject of a sentence
    3. Identify the predicate of a sentence
    4. Is it a complete sentence or a fragment?
    5. Is it a complete sentence or a run-on?
    6. Is it a complete sentence, a fragment or a run-on?
  3. Working with nouns

    1. Identify nouns
    2. Select nouns in the sentence
    3. Identifying common and proper nouns
    4. Using -s and -es for plurals
    5. Identify if the noun is singular or plural
    6. Using irregular plurals
    7. Working with plurals, singular possessives and plural possessives
    8. Form the possessive singular or plural
    9. Correct the mistakes wth plural and possessive nouns
  4. Working with pronouns

    1. Select personal pronouns in the sentence
    2. Using personal pronoun in place of a singular noun
    3. Using plural pronoun in place of the plural noun
    4. Using pronouns "I" and "me" with compound subjects and objects
    5. Select the possessive pronoun
    6. Using possessive pronouns
    7. Using reflexive pronouns
    8. Using suitable personal and reflexive pronoun in the sentence
  5. Continue with Verbs

    1. Which word is the helping verb
    2. Select the suitable subject or verb
    3. Pronoun-verb agreement
    4. Select the past tense sentence
    5. Which verb in the sentence shows regular past tense
    6. Change the verb in sentence to future tense
    7. Identify the irregular past tense
    8. Enter the correct form of the verb - V1: irregular past tense
    9. Which word is an irregular past tense
    10. Listen & focus on ending sounds: complete the word
    11. Identify if the sentence in the past, present or future tense?