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Subtraction – Unknown Addends


With our Subtraction – Unknown Addends lesson plan, students learn to think about subtraction problems as missing addend problems, deepening their understanding of subtraction problems and how to solve them. As a part of this lesson, students practice solving problems with this method and creating their own problems for classmates to solve.

Subtraction with Regrouping Lesson PlanSubtraction with Regrouping Teachers Guide

Subtraction with Regrouping


Our Subtraction with Regrouping lesson plan teaches students strategies for subtracting in math problems using regrouping. Students complete practice problems in which they use the methods outlined in this lesson in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Suffixes Lesson PlanSuffixes Teachers Guide



In our Suffixes lesson plan, students learn common suffixes and their meanings. Students enhance their reading comprehension with a greater understanding of suffixes and how they are used.

Sunlight and Earth Lesson PlanSunlight and Earth Teachers Guide

Sunlight and Earth


Our Sunlight and Earth lesson plan teaches students how sunlight and its energy affects Earth and the people living on Earth. Students learn the benefits of sunlight to people, plants, and the planet as a whole.

Sunrise and Sunset Lesson PlanSunrise and Sunset Teachers Guide

Sunrise and Sunset


In our Sunrise and Sunset lesson plan, students learn how and why the sun rises and sets. They will also consider the differences between sunrises and sunsets and practice their writing skills by describing both.

Supply and Demand Lesson PlanSupply and Demand Teachers Guide

Supply and Demand


Our Supply and Demand lesson plan teaches students the basic concept of supply and demand. Students learn related vocabulary and work with real-world examples to solidify their understanding of the concept.

Support with Facts/Details


With our Support with Facts/Details lesson plan, students learn how to more effectively support opinions or claims with facts and details.

Supporting Opinions


With our Supporting Opinions lesson plan, students learn how to express their opinions on a topic while including their reasons for holding those opinions.

Surface Area Lesson PlanSurface Area Teachers Guide

Surface Area


In our Surface Area lesson plan, students learn how to calculate the surface area of both cubes and rectangular prisms. Students practice calculating the surface area of both shapes and solve related word problems.

Susan B. Anthony Lesson PlanSusan B. Anthony Teachers Guide

Susan B. Anthony


Our Susan B. Anthony lesson plan teaches students all about Susan B. Anthony’s life, including her accomplishments, background, and more. Students will learn related vocabulary and will be able to discuss Anthony and her achievements.

Syllables Lesson PlanSyllables Teachers Guide



In our Syllables lesson plan, students learn what a syllable is and how to count them. Students practice counting syllables and splitting words into their syllables using the methods taught in this lesson.

Symbiosis Lesson PlanSymbiosis Teachers Guide



Our Symbiosis lesson plan introduces students to the concept of symbiosis. Students learn the different types of symbiosis and are given examples of each type. They also learn related vocabulary.

Symbols in America Lesson PlanSymbols in America Teachers Guide

Symbols in America


Our Symbols in America lesson plan teaches students about a number of significant symbols related to the United States. Students practice identifying and describing American symbols and their significance.

Symbols in the World Lesson PlanSymbols in the World Teachers Guide

Symbols in the World


Our Symbols in the World lesson plan teaches students about famous and important landmarks and symbols around the world. Students learn to identify and describe these famous symbols and their importance.

Symmetry Lesson PlanSymmetry Teachers Guide



In our Symmetry lesson plan, students learn all about symmetry, including how it’s defined and how to determine if something is symmetrical. Students practice drawing lines of symmetry, identifying symmetric figures, and drawing a symmetrical second half for various figures.