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Point of View Lesson PlanPoint of View Teachers Guide

Point of View


Our Point of View lesson plan teaches students about point of view in writing, why it’s important, and how to identify it. Students practice writing from different points of view in order to solidify their understanding of the material.

Points and Lines Lesson PlanPoints and Lines Teachers Guide

Points and Lines


Our Points and Lines lesson plan teaches students how to identify points, lines, line segments, rays, and perpendicular and parallel lines. Students also learn to draw, name, and use each of these correctly.

Political Parties Lesson PlanPolitical Parties Teachers Guide

Political Parties


In our Political Parties lesson plan, students learn about major and minor political parties in the United States. Students participate in an activity in which they create their own political party and discuss the similarities and differences between existing parties in the U.S.

Polygons Lesson PlanPolygons Teachers Guide



In our Polygons lesson plan, students are introduced to polygons. Students learn to define, identify, and use different types of polygons and polygons of different sizes.

Polygons and Coordinate Planes Lesson PlanPolygons and Coordinate Planes Teachers Guide

Polygons and Coordinate Planes


In our Polygons and Coordinate Planes lesson plan, students learn what polygons and coordinate planes are and how to draw polygons on coordinate planes. Students practice solving problems using the information gained in this lesson.

Possessive Nouns


With our Possessive Nouns lesson plan, students learn all about possessive nouns, including what they are, how they are used, and how to identify them in text.

POV, Reasons and Evidence


With our POV, Reasons and Evidence lesson plan, students learn about how facts and opinions can be supported with evidence in text and why understanding point of view is important.

Precipitation Lesson PlanPrecipitation Teachers Guide



In our Precipitation lesson plan, students learn all about various types of precipitation and how they differ. Students learn facts about rain, snow, hair, freezing rain, and sleet, and are asked to differentiate between them using the knowledge gained in this lesson.

Precise Word Choice (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanPrecise Word Choice (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Precise Word Choice (Grades 1-3)


Our Precise Word Choice lesson plan for grades 1-3 teaches students about the importance of choosing specific words in their writing. Students practice choosing the best, most precise word for various situations and also learn the definition of word choice.

Precise Word Choice (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanPrecise Word Choice (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Precise Word Choice (Grades 4-6)


Our Precise Word Choice lesson plan for grades 4-6 helps students choose more precise words in their writing. Students learn why precise word choice is important and how they can identify and replace nonspecific words.

Prefixes Lesson PlanPrefixes Teachers Guide



Our Prefixes lesson plan introduces students to prefixes and how they can change words. Students learn the meanings of various prefixes and come up with examples of words that have them, improving their reading comprehension skills.

Preparing for Discussions


With our Preparing for Discussions lesson plan, students learn about the importance of proper preparation for discussions along with strategies for preparing for academic discussions.

Prepositional Phrases Lesson PlanPrepositional Phrases Teachers Guide

Prepositional Phrases


Our Prepositional Phrases Lesson Plan teaches students about prepositional phrases, when and how they should be used, and how to use them to improve their writing. Students practice writing stories using prepositional phrases and explain the difference between adverb and adjective prepositional phrases.

Prepositions (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanPrepositions (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Prepositions (Grades 1-3)


In our Prepositions lesson plan for grades 1-3, students are introduced to prepositions, including what they are and how to use them in writing. Students practice identifying prepositions in sentences and write their own sentences using prepositions.

Prepping for Discussions


With our Prepping for Discussions lesson plan, students learn how to properly and thoroughly prepare for a discussion using specific questions and steps.

Presenting Information Lesson PlanPresenting Information Teachers Guide

Presenting Information


Our Presenting Information lesson plan, available as a free downloadable PDF, helps develop presentation and communication skills in young students.

Price List with +/- Lesson PlanPrice List with +/- Teachers Guide

Price List with +/-


Our Price List with +/- lesson plan introduces students to spending and managing money. Students participate in an activity in which they determine if they have enough money to buy specific items.