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‘-s vs. -es Plurals Spelling Patterns


Our -‘s and ‘es Plurals Spelling Patterns lesson plan teaches students about plural spelling patterns and when to use -‘s vs. -‘es. Students will learn vocabulary words that use these plural endings and will be able to choose the correct spelling pattern based on the word they want to make plural.

13 Originial Colonies13 Original Colonies Teacher Guide

13 Original Colonies


Our 13 Original Colonies Lesson Plan teaches students about the 13 original colonies of the United States, including the characteristics and founders of each. Students also compare and contrast the colonies with each other.

20th Century Lesson Plan20th Century Teachers Guide

20th Century


Our 20th Century lesson plan teaches students about some of the important events and details of the 20th century and their continued impact today. Students learn relevant vocabulary and practice matching significant events with the year in which they happened.

3 Types of Sentences Lesson Plan3 Types of Sentences Teachers Guide

3 Types of Sentences


Our 3 Types of Sentences lesson plan teaches students how to write better sentences using compound and complex sentences. Students also learn how to vary their sentence types within paragraphs.

50 States of America Lesson Plan50 States of America Teachers Guide

50 States of America


Our 50 States of America Lesson Plan teaches students about how the United States is comprised of 50 states and gives students examples of states in each region of the U.S. Students also learn some of names of the states.

9/11 Attacks Lesson Plan9/11 Attacks Teachers Guide

9/11 Attacks


Our 9/11 Attacks lesson plan teaches students about the events on September 11, 2001, in New York City and other places in the United States. Students learn about the various effects that these attacks had on the U.S.

Abbreviations Lesson PlanAbbreviations Teachers Guide



Our Abbreviations lesson plan teaches students about abbreviations both in writing and for other purposes. Students learn some common abbreviations and learn why abbreviations are so widely used.

Absolute Value Lesson PlanAbsolute Value Teachers Guide

Absolute Value


Our Absolute Value lesson plan teaches students about absolute value, including what it is and what the symbols used to designate absolute zero are. Students also learn how the absolute value symbols are interpreted in equations and that absolute values are always positive because they measure distance.

Acids and Bases


Our Acids and Bases lesson plan teaches students about acids and bases, including important vocabulary and what differentiates acids from bases. Students practice ranking objects and substances from most to least acidic to test their understanding of the lesson.

Acquire/Use Accurate Words and Phrases


With our Acquire/Use Accurate Words and Phrases lesson plan, students learn how to effectively find, choose, and use accurate words and phrases in their writing.

Acquire/Use Grade-Level Words/Phrases


With our Acquire/Use Grade-Level Words/Phrases lesson plan, students learn how to choose either general or subject-specific words for their writing.

Action and Being Verbs Lesson PlanAction and Being Verbs Teachers Guide

Action and Being Verbs


Our free downloadable PDF Action and Being Verbs lesson plan introduces students to the function of verbs within sentences. This interactive lesson explores basic action and being verbs with collaborative learning opportunities where students share their responses with the class.

Action and Understanding of Characters


With our Action and Understanding of Characters lesson plan, students learn strategies for determining and describing character motivation and action.

Adapt Speech to Context


With our Adapt Speech to Context lesson plan, students learn strategies for adapting and delivering speeches for specific audiences or contexts.

Adapting Speech to a Variety of Contexts


With our Adapting Speech to a Variety of Contexts lesson plan, students learn how to write and present speeches to different kinds of audiences and in different contexts.

Add Multiple 2-Digit Numbers Lesson PlanAdd Multiple 2-Digit Numbers Teachers Guide

Add Multiple 2-Digit Numbers


Our Add Multiple 2-Digit Numbers lesson plan teaches students how to add multiple two-digit numbers. Students practice using the strategies taught in this lesson to solve practice problems.

Add Within 100


With our Add Within 100 lesson plan, students learn helpful strategies to add both one and two digit numbers within 100.

Add/Subtract Money Lesson PlanAdd/Subtract Money Teachers Guide

Add/Subtract Money


In our Add/Subtract Money lesson plan, students learn how to add and subtract the decimal form of money. Students also learn to identify the numerical value of various coins and paper money and add them together or subtract them.

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