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Synonyms, Antonyms, Homographs, Homophones Lesson PlanSynonyms, Antonyms, Homographs, Homophones Teachers Guide

Synonyms, Antonyms, Homographs, Homophones


In our Synonyms, Antonyms, Homographs, Homophones lesson plan, students learn about each, including what they are and how they are used in writing. Students practice using synonyms, antonyms, homographs, and homophones correctly in their own writing and identifying it in other people’s writing.

Taxes Lesson PlanTaxes Teachers Guide



Our Taxes lesson plan introduces students to taxes, including their history and how they’ve developed over time, why they’re collected, and the different types of taxes. Students end the lesson with a general understanding of how taxes work and why we need them.


Teaching Cursive to Students


Our Teaching Students Cursive Lesson Plan is designed to help teachers and parents teach kids how to write in cursive.   Included in the full curriculum is the following:

  • Teaching Cursive Packet – Teaching Tips and instruction
  • Practice Cursive Worksheets – From A to Z
  • “Squishy” Letters Activity – Creative painting activity to help teach cursive
  • Cursive Crawlers Activity – Write your name in curvise then create a fun creature
  • Todays Word Activity – Start the day with a inspiring word and practice writing it in cursive
  • Why is Good Penmanship Important Activity – Learn from successful believers in penmanship.

We hope you enjoy teaching and learning how to write in cursive!


Teaching Students on the Spectrum


Working with certified professionals in the area of Autism, Clarendon Learning developed our “Teaching Students on the Spectrum” Curriculum.  You will learn professional advice and strategies on how to effectively run an inclusive classroom, which includes ALL of your students.

The full Curriculum includes:

  • Teaching students on the Spectrum – Informational Packet
  • Lesson 1: Communication
  • Lesson 2: Judging by Appearances
  • Lesson 3: Healthy Relationships
  • Lesson 4: Being open to New Relationships
  • Lesson 5: Self-Esteem
  • Lesson 6: Team Building

All-in-all you will have access hours of material, worksheets, activities, and more all designed to help you serve your students and classroom more fully.

We hope you enjoy our curriculum Teaching Students on the Spectrum.

Temperature Lesson PlanTemperature Teachers Guide



In our Temperature lesson plan, students learn how to measure temperature, the proper measurement units, how and why it changes over time, and more. Students practice reading temperatures using both Celcius and Fahrenheit.

Tens from 10 to 90


With our Tens from 10 to 90 lesson, students learn how to count from 10 to 90 in increments of 10. Students complete practice problems, use visual aids, and more in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson.

Text Features Lesson PlanText Features Teachers Guide

Text Features


Our Text Features lesson plan teaches students about the features of different kinds of text. Students learn to differentiate between different text features, list their uses, and use them in both fiction and non-fiction contexts.

Text Features for Locating Information


With our Text Features for Locating Information lesson plan, students learn all about text features that can help them locate information. Students practice identifying text features and their purpose as a part of this lesson.

Text Structure and Development


With our Text Structure and Development lesson plan, students learn about the different parts of writing structure (sentences, paragraphs, chapters) and how they relate to each other and to a text as a whole.

Thanksgiving Origins Lesson PlanThanksgiving Origins Teachers Guide

Thanksgiving Origins


Our Thanksgiving Origins lesson plan teaches students about the origins of Thanksgiving. They learn how Thanksgiving began, how it evolved, and the lasting impact of its beginnings today.

The Atom Bomb Lesson PlanThe Atom Bomb Teachers Guide

The Atom Bomb


Our free downloadable PDF The Atom Bomb lesson plan explores the effects of an atomic bomb as a wartime strategy and introduces the history of the atomic bomb that was dropped on Japan during the end of WWII. During this lesson, students are asked to work in groups to answer questions about the moral and ethical implications of the atom bom

The Aztecs Lesson PlanThe Aztecs Teachers Guide

The Aztecs


In our The Aztecs lesson plan, students learn who the Aztecs were, where they lived, and what their society was like. Students learn related vocabulary and complete their own research about the Aztecs as a part of this lesson.

The Berlin Wall Lesson PlanThe Berlin Wall Teachers Guide

The Berlin Wall


In our The Berlin Wall lesson plan, students learn about the history of the Berlin Wall and its significance in terms of both WWII and the Cold War. Students learn its original purpose and the circumstances that led to its demolition in the 1980s.

The Brain Lesson PlanThe Brain Teachers Guide

The Brain


Our The Brain lesson plan teaches students about the human brain, including what it is, why it is important, and how it is connected to the rest of the body. Students also learn related vocabulary and learn about the different parts of the brain.

The Carbon Cycle Lesson PlanThe Carbon Cycle Teachers Guide

The Carbon Cycle


Our The Carbon Cycle lesson plan teaches students about the carbon cycle, including what it is, why it’s important to life, and what the steps of the carbon cycle are. Students also learn about the nitrogen cycle and about carbon sources, sinks, and reservoirs.

The Circulatory System Lesson PlanThe Circulatory System Teachers Guide

The Circulatory System


Our The Circulatory System lesson plan teaches students the basics about the circulatory system, including what it is, how it works, and why it is vitally important for human life. Students learn to identify the parts of the circulatory system and their functions.

The Civil War Lesson PlanThe Civil War Teachers Guide

The Civil War


In our The Civil War lesson plan, students learn about the Cold War, including when and where it took place, the key events and people involved in the conflict, and the underlying causes for the conflict. Students also learn related vocabulary and learn about the lasting impact of the Civil War in the United States and elsewhere.