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Needs and Wants Lesson PlanNeeds and Wants Teachers Guide

Needs and Wants


Our Needs and Wants lesson plan teaches students the differences between needs and wants. Students come up with their own list of their personal needs and wants, grounding the lesson material in real life.

New Deal Lesson PlanNew Deal Teachers Guide

New Deal


Our New Deal lesson plan teaches students about President Roosevelt’s New Deal, including what it entailed, how it came about after the Great Depression, and its lasting impact today. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Nonfiction Books Lesson PlanNonfiction Books Teachers Guide

Nonfiction Books


Our Nonfiction Books lesson plan teaches students about what nonfiction means and what the main features of nonfiction books are. Students practice reading nonfiction texts and identifying the features that make it a nonfiction text, solidifying their understanding of the lesson material.

Notetaking Skills Lesson PlanNotetaking Skills Teachers Guide

Notetaking Skills


Our Notetaking Skills lesson plan helps students develop their notetaking skills in order to be better organized. Students practice paraphrasing text and organizing their notes during this lesson.

Nouns (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanNouns (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Nouns (Grades 1-3)


Our Nouns lesson plan for grades 1-3 introduces students to the concept of nouns and teaches them about different types of nouns, such as common and proper nouns. Students are also taught to distinguish between people, places, and things.

Nouns (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanNouns (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Nouns (Grades 4-6)


Our Nouns lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students how to recognize and use common and proper nouns, including identifying the categories and types of nouns. Students practice writing sentences with multiple types of nouns to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Nuclear Energy Lesson PlanNuclear Energy Teachers Guide

Nuclear Energy


Our Nuclear Energy lesson plan teaches students about nuclear energy, including its sources and what nuclear power is used for. Students also learn about the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear energy as a power source.

Number Lines Lesson PlanNumber Lines Teachers Guide

Number Lines


In our Number Lines lesson plan, students learn how to define and correctly use a number line for adding, subtracting and skip-counting. Students practice creating their own number lines and using them to solve practice problems.

Number Patterns Lesson PlanNumber Patterns Teachers Guide

Number Patterns


Our Number Patterns lesson plan teaches students strategies to identify mathematical patterns and introduces them to related vocabulary, such as set, term, and rule. Students create their own number patterns during this lesson in addition to recognizing number patterns.

Number Theory Lesson PlanNumber Theory Teachers Guide

Number Theory


Our free downloadable PDF Number Theory lesson plan introduces students to the number theory, a type of math that focuses on the study of the properties of numbers. Some of the properties covered in the lesson are odd and even, whole number, prime numbers, and multiples. During this lesson, students are asked to participate in an interactiv

Number Theory


With our Number Theory lesson plan, students learn about number theory, including odd and even numbers, prime numbers, whole numbers, fractions, and multiples.

Observations & Predictions Lesson PlanObservations & Predictions Teachers Guide

Observations & Predictions


Our Observations and Predictions lesson plan teaches students about observations and predictions and how they are used in science. Students practice identifying whether something is an observation, prediction, or inference as a part of this lesson.

Oceans of the World Lesson PlanOceans of the World Teachers Guide

Oceans of the World


Our Oceans of the World lesson plan teaches students what oceans are, why they are important, and where they are located in the world. Students locate oceans on a map and learn the names of at least five oceans.

Odd and Even Numbers Lesson PlanOdd and Even Numbers Teachers Guide

Odd and Even Numbers


Our Odd and Even Numbers lesson plan introduces the difference between odd and even numbers. Students practice identifying numbers as either odd or even.

Odd or Even Objects Lesson PlanOdd or Even Objects Teachers Guide

Odd or Even Objects


Our Odd or Even Objects lesson plan teaches students how to tell the difference between odd and even numbers. Students practice finding and classifying odd and even numbers in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Olympic History Lesson PlanOlympic History Teachers Guide

Olympic History


Our Olympic History lesson plan teaches students about the history of the Olympics, including its origins and the differences between the ancient games and the modern Olympics. Students complete an activity in which they imagine the Olympics are coming to their city and design advertisement for them.