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Ask/Answer Questions for Understanding Fiction


With our Ask/Answer Questions for Understanding Fiction lesson plan, students learn strategies for asking and answering questions while reading fiction in order to understand it better. Students practice writing their own questions about fiction in addition to answering pre-written questions.

Asking & Answering Questions Lesson PlanAsking & Answering Questions Teachers Guide

Asking & Answering Questions


Our Asking & Answering Questions lesson plan teaches students strategies for asking better questions and for answering questions more effectively. Students learn how to ask questions to gather information, to gain a deeper understanding of the topic, and to clarify comprehension.

Asking and Answering Questions


With our Asking and Answering Questions lesson plan, students learn strategies for effectively asking and answering questions for greater reading comprehension.

Asking for Clarification


With our Asking for Clarification lesson plan, students learn strategies for asking for clarification on something they are learning.

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Assembly Line


In our Assembly Line lesson plan, students learn what an assembly line is, how it works, and how it was invented. Students learn about the impact that the assembly line had on American manufacturing and its continued impact on the world.

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Associative Property


In our Associative Property lesson plan, students learn what the associative property is in mathematics for both addition and multiplication and how to use it. Students practice identifying problems that use the associative property as a part of this lesson.

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Asteroids, Comets, Meteors


In our Asteroids, Comets, Meteors lesson plan, students learn about what asteroids, comets, and meteors are and how they are different from each other. Students learn related vocabulary and practice identifying each.

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Our free downloadable PDF Atoms lesson plan introduces students to the basics of atoms. This engaging lesson defines an atom and prepares students to identify its main parts and characteristics. During this lesson, students are asked to create a model of a simple atom, which engages the sensory system to support the development of concept i

Bacteria and Viruses Lesson PlanBacteria and Viruses Teachers Guide

Bacteria and Viruses


Our Bacteria and Viruses lesson plan teaches students about what bacteria and viruses are and how they differ from one another. Students learn the basic characteristics of each and practice differentiating between the two.

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Barack Obama


In our Barack Obama lesson plan, students learn about the life and accomplishments of President Barack Obama. Students learn about his early life, his actions as President, and about his lasting impact on the United States and the world as a whole.

Base Ten Numerals & Names Lesson PlanBase Ten Numerals & Names Teachers Guide

Base Ten Numerals & Names


In our Base Ten Numerals & Names lesson plan, students learn about the concept of the base ten numeral, enabling students to read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base ten numerals, names, and expanded form. Students also learn about place value and standard form during this lesson.

Basic Equations Lesson PlanBasic Equations Teachers Guide

Basic Equations


Our free downloadable PDF Basic Equations lesson plan enables students to define, create, and solve basic equations with experiential practice to solidify understanding. This introductory lesson asks students to work in pairs, leveraging peer learning, and exchange their work with each other for accuracy checks. Students are also asked to s

Basic Features of Print Lesson PlanBasic Features of Print Teachers Guide

Basic Features of Print


In our Basic Features of Print lesson plan, students learn about the basics features, or components, of print, such as sentences and punctuation. Students learn the distinguishing features of a sentence and learn to recognize the basic features of print through this lesson.

Basic Graphs Lesson PlanBasic Graphs Teachers Guide

Basic Graphs


In our Basic Graphs lesson plan, students learn about a few different types of basic graphs and what they are used for, including bar and line graphs. Students learn to read, analyze, and create basic line and bar graphs for different purposes.