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Verb Tenses Lesson PlanVerb Tenses Teachers Guide

Verb Tenses


In our Verb Tenses lesson plan for grades 4-6, students learn more advanced verb tenses, such as progressive verbs and perfect verb tenses. They will learn to identify these when reading and to use them correctly in their writing.

Verbs and Adjectives Shades of Meaning


With our Verbs and Adjectives Shades of Meaning lesson plan, students learn that similar words can have different shades of meaning and how to choose the best verbs and adjectives for the context.

Vikings Lesson PlanVikings Teachers Guide



In our Vikings lesson plan, students learn about the Vikings, including their historical significance, their lifestyles, and when and where they existed. Students learn and practice using related vocabulary and use the Viking alphabet.

Vitamins and Minerals Lesson PlanVitamins and Minerals Teachers Guide

Vitamins and Minerals


Our Vitamins and Minerals lesson plan teaches students all about the various vitamins and minerals people need to survive and where they come from. They learn to identify vitamins and minerals and articulate why humans need each.

Vocabulary Strategies Lesson PlanVocabulary Strategies Teachers Guide

Vocabulary Strategies


In this Vocabulary Strategies lesson plan, students learn strategies to improve their vocabulary retention. This lesson helps them learn and remember vocabulary words and their definitions, improving overall reading comprehension skills.

Volume 1 Lesson PlanVolume 1 Teachers Guide

Volume 1


In our Volume 1 lesson plan, students learn the basics about volume in relation to cubes, rectangular solids, and square triangles. They learn how to calculate volume using various formulas and practice doing so with various shapes.

Volume of Right Rectangular Prisms


With our Volume of Right Rectangular Prisms lesson plan, students learn how to calculate the volume of a right rectangular prism. Students solve numerous practice problems where they calculate the volume of right rectangular prisms during this lesson.

Vowel Sounds Lesson PlanVowel Sounds Teachers Guide

Vowel Sounds


With our Vowel Sounds lesson plan, students will learn about both long and short vowel sounds. Students identify long and short vowel sounds in words and use them to improve their spelling and pronunciation.

War of 1812 Lesson PlanWar of 1812 Teachers Guide

War of 1812


Using our War of 1812 lesson plan, students learn all about the War of 1812, including its causes and lasting effects and the key figures and countries in the conflict. Students are asked to do independent research along with the lesson.

Washington and Lincoln Lesson PlanWashington and Lincoln Teachers Guide

Washington and Lincoln


In our Washington and Lincoln lesson plan, students learn about Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. They will learn about their lives and their accomplishments while President of the United States.

Washington, D.C. Lesson PlanWashington, D.C. Teachers Guide

Washington, D.C.


Using our Washington, D.C. lesson plan, students learn about the history of Washington, D.C. and about significant events in the city’s history. They also learn about various monuments and landmarks in Washington, D.C.

Water Pollution Lesson PlanWater Pollution Teachers Guide

Water Pollution


Our Water Pollution lesson plan teaches students about water pollution, including its causes, how it can be prevented, and the effects it has on the environment.

Water, Water Everywhere Lesson PlanWater, Water Everywhere Teachers Guide

Water, Water Everywhere


In our Water, Water Everywhere lesson plan, students learn all about water, including its importance and where it can be found. Students use water-related vocabulary and answer questions about the uses of water, why we need it, and its various sources.

Weathering and Erosion Lesson PlanWeathering and Erosion Teachers Guide

Weathering and Erosion


In our Weathering and Erosion lesson plan, students will learn the differences between the terms “weathering” and “erosion”. They will learn related vocabulary and will be able to identify which process is taking place in a given situation.

Westward Expansion Lesson PlanWestward Expansion Teachers Guide

Westward Expansion


In our Westward Expansion lesson plan, students learn about the U.S.’s expansion west, including the key events that led up to it and its lasting impact. Students will learn the path and years in which westward expansion occurred and will be able to label a map with the correct year that each state or territory was added.

What are Tens? Lesson PlanWhat are Tens? Teachers Guide

What are Tens?


In our What are Tens? lesson plan, students are introduced to the concept of using tens in math and in their everyday life. Students will understand how to add up to tens and how tens are added to make hundreds.

What is Christmas?


With our What is Christmas? lesson plan, students learn about Christmas, including its history as a holiday and how it is celebrated all around the world today.

What is Democracy Lesson PlanWhat is Democracy Teachers Guide

What is Democracy


In our What is Democracy lesson plan, students learn about democracies, including the characteristics of a democracy, some places in the world that are democracies, and more. They will be able to identify democracies and differentiate them from other types of governance.