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Histograms Lesson PlanHistograms Teachers Guide



Our Histograms lesson plan teaches students what a histogram is and how they are used to visually represent statistical data. Students also practice creating their own histograms.

History of Transportation Lesson PlanHistory of Transportation Teachers Guide

History of Transportation


In our History of Transportation lesson plan, students learn how to define transportation and how it has evolved over the years. Students learn about several modes of transportation and discuss how they’ve evolved and what the future of transportation might be.

Homes of the World Lesson PlanHomes of the World Teachers Guide

Homes of the World


Students learn the characteristics of different types of homes and practice identifying them. Students also learn relevant lesson vocabulary as a part of this lesson.

How a Bill Becomes a Law Lesson PlanHow a Bill Becomes a Law Teachers Guide

How a Bill Becomes a Law


In our How a Bill Becomes a Law lesson plan, students learn the process by which a bill becomes a law in the United States, also learning the difference between a bill and a law. Students put the steps for a bill becoming a law in the correct order in order to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson material.

How Do Plants Grow? Lesson PlanHow Do Plants Grow? Teachers Guide

How Do Plants Grow?


Our How Do Plants Grow? lesson plan teaches students what plants need to survive and how they grow. Students also learn related vocabulary and grow their own seeds using the information gained in this lesson.

Human Heart Lesson PlanHuman Heart Teachers Guide

Human Heart


In our Human Heart lesson plan, students learn about the human heart, including why it’s vitally important to human life and why it’s so important to our circulatory system. Students practice labeling a diagram of a heart and how it’s connected to the rest of the body.

Human Reproduction Lesson PlanHuman Reproduction Teachers Guide

Human Reproduction


Our Human Reproduction lesson plan teaches students about how human reproduction works, including the biological processes involved and how sexual reproduction works. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Identify Main Topics

Using our Identify Main Topic lesson students learn all about how to identify main topics in writing and why they are important. Students practice identifying the main topic and supporting details in various example texts.

Identifying & Sorting Syllables


With our Identifying and Sorting Syllables lesson plan, students learn how to count the number of syllables in a word and how to sort words by number of syllables. Students practice sounding out words to determine the number of syllables in order to sort them.

Identifying and Using Determiners Lesson PlanIdentifying and Using Determiners Teachers Guide

Identifying and Using Determiners


In our Identifying and Using Determiners lesson plan, students learn how to make their writing clearer by identifying and using determiners. Students learn that determiners are also called noun markers or articles and practice using them in their own writing.

Identifying Inconsistent Spelling/Sounds Lesson PlanIdentifying Inconsistent Spelling/Sounds Teachers Guide

Identifying Inconsistent Spelling/Sounds


Our Identifying Inconsistent Spelling/Sounds lesson plan teaches students about inconsistent spelling/sounds of some common words. As a part of this lesson, students learn about diphthongs, silent letters, homophones, and more.

Identifying Right Triangles


In our Identifying Right Triangles lesson plan, students learn about right, acute, and obtuse triangles. Students practice identifying whether triangles are right, acute, or obtuse and answer questions about the attributes of each type.

Idioms, Adages and Proverbs Lesson PlanIdioms, Adages and Proverbs Teachers Guide

Idioms, Adages and Proverbs


In our Idioms, Adages and Proverbs lesson plan, students learn what idioms, adages, and proverbs are, how they are defined, and how to recognize them in writing. Students also practice using each of these in their own writing.

Immune System Lesson PlanImmune System Teachers Guide

Immune System


In our Immune System lesson plan, students learn all about the immune systems, including what it is, how it’s connected, its parts, and how immune systems keep our bodies healthy. Students also learn relevant vocabulary.

Inca Civilization Lesson PlanInca Civilization Teachers Guide

Inca Civilization


Our Inca Civilization lesson plan teaches students about the Inca civilization, including their history, where they are located, and more. Students learn related vocabulary and learn about the lasting impact that the Inca Civilization had on the world.

Inches, Feet, and Yards Lesson PlanInches, Feet, and Yards Teachers Guide

Inches, Feet, and Yards


In our Inches, Feet, and Yards lesson plan, students learn how to measure the length of various objects using inches, feet, and yards. Students also learn how to use a ruler and complete practice problems in which they choose the best units to measure different objects.

Inequalities Lesson PlanInequalities Teachers Guide



In our Inequalities lesson plan, students learn what inequalities are in mathematics. Students practice solving example problems that include inequalities in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Inequalities (1-2)


With our Inequalities lesson plan for grades 1-2, students learn about inequalities and the symbols used to represent them (>, <, and =). Students practice using these symbols during this lesson.