Showing 109–126 of 876 results

Big Bang Theory Lesson PlanBig Bang Theory Teachers Guide

Big Bang Theory


In our Big Bang Theory lesson plan, students learn the basics about the Big Bang Theory, including what it is and what it theorizes about the beginning of the universe. Students learn related vocabulary and practice explaining the theory to their classmates in creative ways in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Bill of Rights Lesson PlanBill of Rights Teachers Guide

Bill of Rights


Our Bill of Rights lesson plan teaches students about the Bill of Rights, including what it is, what is included in it, and how it came to be a part of the Constitution. Students learn to summarize the first ten amendments and think critically about why the Bill of Rights is so important.

Biomass and Biofuel Lesson PlanBiomass and Biofuel Teachers Guide

Biomass and Biofuel


In our Biomass and Biofuel lesson plan, students learn about biomass and the biofuel created by it. Students learn about specific examples of both biomass and biofuel and learn the advantages and disadvantages of using them.

Biomes and Ecosystems Lesson PlanBiomes and Ecosystems Teachers Guide

Biomes and Ecosystems


In our Biomes and Ecosystems lesson plan, students learn about what biomes and ecosystems are and how they are different. Students also learn about specific types of both biomes and ecosystems and their characteristics.

Bones Lesson PlanBones Teachers Guide



In our Bones lesson plan, students learn about the human skeleton and some of the bones that make it up. Students learn characteristics of bones, how they are connected, and how to keep their bones protected.

Boston Tea Party Lesson PlanBoston Tea Party Teachers Guide

Boston Tea Party


In our Boston Tea Party lesson plan, students learn about the historic event known as the Boston Tea Party, including when and where it took place, its causes and effects, and its lasting significance today. Students learn related vocabulary and learn about how the Boston Tea Party relates to the American Revolution as a whole.

Box and Whiskers Lesson PlanBox and Whiskers Teachers Guide

Box and Whiskers


In our Box and Whiskers lesson plan, students learn about box and whiskers graphs in mathematics, including what they are and how to create them. Students practice creating their own box plots and analyzing various box plots.

Bugs Lesson PlanBugs Teachers Guide



Our Bugs lesson plan teaches students about various types of bugs and their defining characteristics. Students also learn the names of various bugs and how to differentiate between insects and arachnids.

Butterflies Lesson PlanButterflies Teachers Guide



In our Butterflies lesson plan, students learn about the lifecycles and parts of butterflies. Students also learn related vocabulary and practice labeling the different parts of a butterfly in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Calendar and Dates Lesson PlanCalendar and Dates Teachers Guide

Calendar and Dates


In our Calendar and Dates lesson plan, students learn about calendars and how to find various information on both monthly and yearly calendars. Students create their own calendars as a part of this lesson in order to practice identifying each necessary component.

Canada and Mexico Lesson PlanCanada and Mexico Teachers Guide

Canada and Mexico


Our Canada and Mexico lesson plan teaches students some information about Canada and Mexico. Students learn to identify both countries on a map and to identify some information about both countries.

Capitalization (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanCapitalization (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Capitalization (Grades 1-3)


In our Capitalization lesson plan for grades 1-3, students learn about the differences between lowercase and uppercase letters and some general rules about when each are used and why. Students practice using capital letters at the beginning of sentences and when using proper nouns.

Capitalization (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanCapitalization (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Capitalization (Grades 4-6)


In our Capitalization lesson plan for grades 4-6, students learn how to identify and use capitalization rules correctly in their writing and when editing other people’s writing. Students also have a discussion about why proper capitalization is important and necessary.

Cardinal Directions Lesson PlanCardinal Directions Teachers Guide

Cardinal Directions


In our Cardinal Directions lesson plan, students learn about what the cardinal directions are and how to use them. Students learn to identify the four cardinal directions and how to apply these words to things like using a map.

Careers from A to Z Lesson PlanCareers from A to Z Teachers Guide

Careers from A to Z


In our Careers from A to Z lesson plan, students learn about various career paths and the basic skills needed for those careers. Students also learn what a career is and learn to identify various careers based on their descriptions.

Categorizing Words Lesson PlanCategorizing Words Teachers Guide

Categorizing Words


Our Categorizing Words lesson plan introduces students to categorizing words based on different criteria and why students might want to be able to categorize words. Students practice sorting sample groups into various categories and create their own groups.

Cats and Dogs Lesson PlanCats and Dogs Teachers Guide

Cats and Dogs


In our Cats and Dogs lesson plan, students learn some basic facts about cats and dogs, including their histories and primary characteristics. Students compare cats and dogs and discuss how they both became domesticated.

Cause and Effect Lesson PlanCause and Effect Teachers Guide

Cause and Effect


Our Cause and Effect lesson plan teaches students strategies for identifying the cause and effect and how to employ it in their own writing. Students practice analyzing text for the causes and effects and writing paragraphs using a cause and effect.