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Division, No Remainders Lesson PlanDivision, No Remainders Teachers Guide

Division, No Remainders


Our Division, No Remainders lesson plan teaches students about grouping strategies for diving whole numbers without remainders. Students complete practice problems involving these grouping strategies.

Dr. Seuss Lesson PlanDr. Seuss Teachers Guide

Dr. Seuss


Our Dr. Seuss Lesson Plan teaches students about the life and work of Dr. Seuss. Students learn about his early life, his works and contributions to literature, and his lasting impact.

Drawing and Writing Lesson PlanDrawing and Writing Teachers Guide

Drawing and Writing


Our Drawing and Writing lesson plan teaches students how to use drawing to help increase writing skills and vice versa. Students practice choosing appropriate visual aids to accompany their writing.

Ecosystems and Environments Lesson PlanEcosystems and Environments Teachers Guide

Ecosystems and Environments


Our free downloadable PDF Ecosystems and Environments lesson plan introduces students to the concepts and basics of ecosystems and environments. During this lesson, students are asked to review given pairs of organisms and tell how they interact with each other in their ecosystem, including if and how they help each other. Students are also

Editing and Proofreading Lesson PlanEditing and Proofreading Teachers Guide

Editing and Proofreading


Our Editing and Proofreading lesson plan teaches students what editing and proofreading are, the difference between them, and how to proofread and edit their own written work. Students practice proofreading and editing as a part of this lesson.

Effective Conversations Lesson PlanEffective Conversations Teachers Guide

Effective Conversations


Our Effective Conversations lesson plan teaches students strategies for having effective conversations with other people. Students practice using these strategies to have effective conversations with their classrooms about various topics.

Eleven to Nineteen Lesson PlanEleven to Nineteen Teachers Guide

Eleven to Nineteen


Our Eleven to Nineteen lesson plan teaches students how to place the numbers eleven through nineteen in order according to place value and how to identify them. They also learn relevant lesson vocabulary.

Equal Parts Lesson PlanEqual Parts Teachers Guide

Equal Parts


Our Equal Parts lesson plan teaches students the vocabulary to describe equal parts such as halves, fourths, and quarters. Students practice using these terms in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson.

Equal Sign Lesson PlanEqual Sign Teachers Guide

Equal Sign


Our Equal Sign lesson plan teaches students how to define an equal (=) sign and offers a history of the equals sign. Students practice using the equal sign in math problems and solve practice problems using equals signs.

Estimating (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanEstimating (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Estimating (Grades 1-3)


In our Estimating lesson plan for grades 1-3, students learn strategies for estimating for addition and subtraction problems. Students learn that the first step is rounding a number and use this strategy to complete practice problems.

Estimating Lengths Lesson PlanEstimating Lengths Teachers Guide

Estimating Lengths


Our Estimating Lengths lesson plan teaches students how to measure length and how to compare lengths. Students practice putting objects in order by length.

Expanded Number Forms Lesson PlanExpanded Number Forms Teachers Guide

Expanded Number Forms


In our Expanded Number Forms lesson plan, students learn how to convert standards numbers into expanded form and how to create addition expressions to show the expanded number form. Students practice writing expanded numbers in standard numeric form.

Expanding Sentences Lesson PlanExpanding Sentences Teachers Guide

Expanding Sentences


Our free downloadable PDF Expanding Sentences lesson plan teaches students how to add more vivid imagery to their writing by incorporating adjectives and adverbs to lengthen and liven their sentences. This lesson focuses on developing the ability to write sentences that can be easily visualized by the reader.

Extinct/Endangered Animals Lesson PlanExtinct/Endangered Animals Teachers Guide

Extinct/Endangered Animals


Our Extinct/Endangered Animals lesson plan teaches students about what it means for an animal to be extinct or endangered and some examples of animals that are either extinct or endangered. Students also differentiate between being endangered and extinct.

Extinction Lesson PlanExtinction Teachers Guide



Our free downloadable PDF Extinction lesson plan explores the different causes of extinction and gives examples of extinct animals. During this lesson, students are asked to differentiate between surviving, endangered and extinct animals, categorizing animals in each to demonstrate their understanding of these terms. Students are also asked

Fact and Opinion Lesson PlanFact and Opinion Teachers Guide

Fact and Opinion


Our Fact and Opinion lesson plan teaches students the difference between a fact and an opinion and why it is important to be able to identify a fact vs. an opinion. Students practice writing their own facts and opinions as well.

Famous Artists Lesson PlanFamous Artists Teachers Guide

Famous Artists


Our Famous Artists lesson plan teaches students about several famous artists in the world and about their artwork. Students learn to identify some of their work and to identify several prominent styles of art.

Farms and Food Lesson PlanFarms and Food Teachers Guide

Farms and Food


In our Farms and Food lesson plan, students learn about how farms produce much of the food that we eat. Students learn the steps of farming, why farms are so important, and how food gets from the farms to grocery stores.