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-s vs. -es Plurals Spelling Patterns Lesson Plan'-s vs. -es Plurals Spelling Patterns Teachers Guide

‘-s vs. -es Plurals Spelling Patterns

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Our -‘s and ‘es Plurals Spelling Patterns lesson plan teaches students about plural spelling patterns and when to use -‘s vs. -‘es. Students will learn vocabulary words that use these plural endings and will be able to choose the correct spelling pattern based on the word they want to make plural.

3 Types of Sentences Lesson Plan3 Types of Sentences Teachers Guide

3 Types of Sentences

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Our 3 Types of Sentences lesson plan teaches students how to write better sentences using compound and complex sentences. Students also learn how to vary their sentence types within paragraphs.

Abbreviations Lesson PlanAbbreviations Teachers Guide

Abbreviations

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Our Abbreviations lesson plan teaches students about abbreviations both in writing and for other purposes. Students learn some common abbreviations and learn why abbreviations are so widely used.

Absolute Value Lesson PlanAbsolute Value Teachers Guide

Absolute Value

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Our Absolute Value lesson plan teaches students about absolute value, including what it is and what the symbols used to designate absolute zero are. Students also learn how the absolute value symbols are interpreted in equations and that absolute values are always positive because they measure distance.

Action and Being Verbs Lesson PlanAction and Being Verbs Teachers Guide

Action and Being Verbs

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Our free downloadable PDF Action and Being Verbs lesson plan introduces students to the function of verbs within sentences. This interactive lesson explores basic action and being verbs with collaborative learning opportunities where students share their responses with the class.

Adjective Order Lesson PlanAdjective Order Teachers Guide

Adjective Order

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Our Adjective Order lesson plan teaches students about the proper placement of adjectives in sentences. Students practice putting adjectives in the correct order and classifying adjectives.

Adjectives (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanAdjectives (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Adjectives (Grade 4-6)

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Our Adjectives lesson plan for grades 4-6, available as a free downloadable PDF, teaches students how to add color to their writing. This lesson builds on their existing understanding of nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech.

Adjectives (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanAdjectives (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Adjectives (Grades 1-3)

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Our Adjectives lesson plan for grades 1-3 teaches students what adjectives are and how they can use them in their writing. Students practice using adjectives to describe themselves, their classmates, and more.

Adverbs (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanAdverbs (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Adverbs (Grades 1-3)

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Our Adverbs lesson plan for grades 1-3, available as a downloadable PDF, strengthen reading comprehension and written expression as students accurately identify adverbs in a text and independently use accurate adverbs in writing.

Adverbs (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanAdverbs (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Adverbs (Grades 4-6)

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Our free downloadable PDF Adverbs Lesson Plan for grades 4-6 expands students’ understanding of adverbs while preparing them to define, identify, and use adverbs. This lesson both develops reading comprehension and written expression through both collaborative and individual exercises.

Analyzing Literature Lesson PlanAnalyzing Literature Teachers Guide

Analyzing Literature

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Our Analyzing Literature lesson plan teaches students a five-step strategy for analyzing literature. Students practice using these steps to analyze example literature and learn related lesson vocabulary.

Apostrophes Lesson PlanApostrophes Teachers Guide

Apostrophes

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In our Apostrophes lesson plan, students learn when and how to use apostrophes in their writing. Students learn about the use of apostrophes for possessives, contractions, and other uses.

Asking & Answering Questions Lesson PlanAsking & Answering Questions Teachers Guide

Asking & Answering Questions

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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.

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

Capitalization (Grades 1-3)

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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)

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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.

Categorizing Words Lesson PlanCategorizing Words Teachers Guide

Categorizing Words

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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.

Character Study Lesson PlanCharacter Study Teachers Guide

Character Study

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In our Character Study lesson plan, students learn about how to study characters in literature using their actions, words, and motivations. Students learn about why being able to complete a character study is important and practice filling out character study grids.

Clarifying Meanings of Words/Phrases Lesson PlanClarifying Meanings of Words/Phrases Teachers Guide

Clarifying Meanings of Words/Phrases

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Our Clarifying Meanings of Words/Phrases lesson plan teaches students strategies for figuring out the meanings of unfamiliar words, primarily through asking questions. Students also practice choosing the right word for specific sentences.