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Drawing Conclusions from Discussions


With our Drawing Conclusions from Discussions lesson plan, students learn how to draw effective and accurate conclusions from both their own discussions and the discussions of others.

Early 19th Century Lesson PlanEarly 19th Century Teachers Guide

Early 19th Century


Our Early 19th Century lesson plan teaches students to identify events, persons, and inventions from the Early 19th Century and to describe their impact on society and the U.S. and the world. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Early Humans Lesson PlanEarly Humans Teachers Guide

Early Humans


Our Early Humans lesson plan teaches students about the origins, movements, lifestyle, and characteristics of early humans. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Earthquakes and Volcanoes Lesson PlanEarthquakes and Volcanoes Teachers Guide

Earthquakes and Volcanoes


Our free downloadable PDF Earthquakes and Volcanoes lesson plan explores the causes and effects of volcanoes and earthquakes. During this lesson, students are asked to color in and label a diagram of an erupting volcano, reinforcing the application of basic earthquake and volcano vocabulary in a fun and interactive way. Students are also as

Eclipses Lesson PlanEclipses Teachers Guide



Our Eclipses lesson plan teaches students about solar and lunar eclipses. Students learn related vocabulary and learn the differences between solar and lunar eclipses and how to differentiate between the two.

Ecosystems and Environments Lesson PlanEcosystems and Environments Teachers Guide

Ecosystems and Environments


Our free downloadable PDF Ecosystems and Environments lesson plan introduces students to the concepts and basics of ecosystems and environments. During this lesson, students are asked to review given pairs of organisms and tell how they interact with each other in their ecosystem, including if and how they help each other. Students are also

Editing and Proofreading Lesson PlanEditing and Proofreading Teachers Guide

Editing and Proofreading


Our Editing and Proofreading lesson plan teaches students what editing and proofreading are, the difference between them, and how to proofread and edit their own written work. Students practice proofreading and editing as a part of this lesson.

Effective Conversations Lesson PlanEffective Conversations Teachers Guide

Effective Conversations


Our Effective Conversations lesson plan teaches students strategies for having effective conversations with other people. Students practice using these strategies to have effective conversations with their classrooms about various topics.

Effective Listening Lesson PlanEffective Listening Teachers Guide

Effective Listening


Our Effective Listening lesson plan teaches students how to use active listening, how to use listening skills to summarize and interpret information, and how to determine if a speaker’s argument or claim is supported by facts.

Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest Lesson PlanEffective Sentences for Meaning/Interest Teachers Guide

Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest


Our Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest lesson plan teaches students how to make their sentences more effective. Students practice expanding, combining, and reducing sentences for meaning, reader/listener interest, and style.

Elapsed Time Lesson PlanElapsed Time Teachers Guide

Elapsed Time


Our free downloadable PDF Elapsed Time lesson plan provides practical activities for students to understand adding and subtracting minutes and hours to determine elapsed time. Students are asked to convert their age in years to months, days, hours and minutes, as well as use their analytical skills to order themselves from youngest to oldes

Electoral College System Lesson PlanElectoral College System Teachers Guide

Electoral College System


Our Electoral College System lesson plan teaches students about the process used to elect the President of the United States, the Electoral College. Students learn related vocabulary and learn how this system came into place.

Electricity Lesson PlanElectricity Teachers Guide



In our Electricity lesson plan, students learn how to define electricity and identify different types of electricity. Students also learn about how electric currents travel.

Eleven to Nineteen Lesson PlanEleven to Nineteen Teachers Guide

Eleven to Nineteen


Our Eleven to Nineteen lesson plan teaches students how to place the numbers eleven through nineteen in order according to place value and how to identify them. They also learn relevant lesson vocabulary.

Emancipation Proclamation Lesson PlanEmancipation Proclamation Teachers Guide

Emancipation Proclamation


In our Emancipation Proclamation lesson plan, students learn about the Emancipation Proclamation, including what it was, what it did, and what its lasting impact on U.S. history is. Students read passages from the document and learn its significance in relation to the Civil War.

End Punctuation for Sentences


With our End Punctuation for Sentences lesson plan, students learn about periods, question marks, and exclamation points. Students practice using the correct punctuation mark at the end of sentences.

Ending Sounds


With our Ending Sounds lesson plan, students learn about the ending sounds of words, including some common ending sounds and similar-sounding ending sounds that are spelled differently.

Energy Pyramid


With our Energy Pyramid lesson plan, students learn about the energy pyramid and its four levels, including how each level relates to each other and why the energy pyramid is important.