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Colonial Times Lesson PlanColonial Times Teachers Guide

Colonial Times

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Our free downloadable PDF Colonial Times lesson plan introduces students to the living conditions during Colonial Times in America. This interactive lesson engages the imagination and knowledge of students on what it was like being a child during the era. During this lesson, students are asked to draft a first-person story and share their s

Colonial Williamsburg Lesson PlanColonial Williamsburg Teachers Guide

Colonial Williamsburg

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Our Colonial Williamsburg lesson plan teaches students about Colonial Williamsburg, including its history, its importance in the 1700s, and its continued significance today. Students learn how to locate it on a map, how to identify it, and numerous facts about life in Colonial Williamsburg both in the past and today.

Colons Lesson PlanColons Teachers Guide

Colons

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Our free downloadable PDF Colons Lesson Plan enhances students’ writing skills as they identify a colon and learn how to use colons correctly in their writing. Students use their creative thinking skills to compose their own sentences with colons.

Columbus and America Lesson PlanColumbus and America Teachers Guide

Columbus and America

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Our Columbus and America lesson plan teaches students about Christopher Columbus and the impact he had on the Americas. Students learn about his life, his voyages to the Americas, and how he contributed to connecting Europe to the Americas.

Combining Like Terms Lesson PlanCombining Like Terms Teachers Guide

Combining Like Terms

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In our Combining Like Terms lesson plan, students learn how to combine like terms in algebraic expressions. Students complete practice problems in which they simplify terms by combining using the methods taught in this lesson.

Commas Lesson PlanCommas Teachers Guide

Commas

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Our free downloadable PDF Commas lesson plan equips students to both identify the rules for comma usage and correctly use commas in their writing.

Commas in Dates and Series

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With our Commas in Dates and Series lesson plan, students learn how to properly use commas with dates and series. Students practice inserting commas into sentences as well as writing their own sentences using commas correctly.

Common Affixes as Clues

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With our Common Affixes as Clues lesson plan, students learn about some common prefixes and suffixes, what they mean, and how they are used.

Common and Proper Nouns Lesson PlanCommon and Proper Nouns Teachers Guide

Common and Proper Nouns

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In our Common and Proper Nouns lesson plan, students learn what common and proper nouns are and how they differ. Students practice differentiating between common and proper nouns.

Common Greek/Latin Affixes and Roots

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With our Common Greek/Latin Affixes and Roots lesson plan, students learn about common Greek and Latin affixes and roots, including what they can tell a reader about the meaning of a word.

Common Prefixes Spelling Patterns Lesson PlanCommon Prefixes Spelling Patterns Teachers Guide

Common Prefixes Spelling Patterns

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In our Common Prefixes Spelling Patterns lesson plan, students learn some common prefixes and how they can change the meaning of words. Students also learn how to create a “prefix tree” to help them visualize how prefixes and the words they’re connected to are related.

Common Prefixes/Suffixes Lesson PlanCommon Prefixes/Suffixes Teachers Guide

Common Prefixes/Suffixes

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Our Common Prefixes/Suffixes lesson plan teaches students about some common prefixes and suffixes and how they can use these to help figure out the meaning of unfamiliar words. Students practice identifying prefixes and suffixes and matching prefixes and suffixes to their definitions.

Common Root Words

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With our Common Root Words lesson plan, students learn how to combine root words with commonly occurring endings to form their inflectional forms.

Communities Lesson PlanCommunities Teachers Guide

Communities

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In our Communities lesson plan, students learn about how communities are formed and defined, some characteristics of various communities, and the three main types: urban, suburban, and rural. Students also learn related vocabulary as a part of this lesson.

Community Helpers Lesson PlanCommunity Helpers Teachers Guide

Community Helpers

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In our Community Helpers lesson plan, students learn about various “community helpers” such as mail carriers, farmers, firemen, and more. Students learn what a number of community helpers do for a living and how their work has a positive impact on the communities they live in.

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Clarendon Learning includes extensive, comprehensive, quality Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies lesson plans. The plans and content have been written by experienced educators and curriculum experts. They have been researched and reviewed for accuracy and efficiency and one of their best features—they can be used almost immediately with little preparation, allowing the busy educator more time to focus on the content of the lesson. A wide variety of topics are available in every subject area with specialized lesson plans for students in primary school, middle and upper Read more