In the Classroom - Picture/Descriptive Sentence Matching
In this sentence worksheet, 2nd graders match pictures of classroom scenes with the sentences that describe them. They match 4 pictures to the sentences about a globe, a child's desk, three children, and a boy on a computer.
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