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Spelling New Words


With our Spelling New Words lesson plan, students learn how to phonetically spell new words that they come across.

Standard English Variations


With our Standard English Variations lesson plan, students learn about different standard English variations and how to recognize them in both their own and other people’s writing.

Story Structure Lesson PlanStory Structure Teachers Guide

Story Structure


Our Story Structure lesson plan teaches students the three main parts of a story, which create a basic story structure. Students practice creating their own stories using this structure in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Subject-Verb Agreement Lesson PlanSubject-Verb Agreement Teachers Guide

Subject-Verb Agreement


In our Subject-Verb Agreement lesson plan, students learn the basics of subject-verb agreement and how to ensure subject-verb agreement in their own writing. Students also learn pronoun-antecedent agreement.

Suffixes Lesson PlanSuffixes Teachers Guide



In our Suffixes lesson plan, students learn common suffixes and their meanings. Students enhance their reading comprehension with a greater understanding of suffixes and how they are used.

Support with Facts/Details


With our Support with Facts/Details lesson plan, students learn how to more effectively support opinions or claims with facts and details.

Supporting Opinions


With our Supporting Opinions lesson plan, students learn how to express their opinions on a topic while including their reasons for holding those opinions.

Syllables Lesson PlanSyllables Teachers Guide



In our Syllables lesson plan, students learn what a syllable is and how to count them. Students practice counting syllables and splitting words into their syllables using the methods taught in this lesson.

Synonyms, Antonyms, Homographs, Homophones Lesson PlanSynonyms, Antonyms, Homographs, Homophones Teachers Guide

Synonyms, Antonyms, Homographs, Homophones


In our Synonyms, Antonyms, Homographs, Homophones lesson plan, students learn about each, including what they are and how they are used in writing. Students practice using synonyms, antonyms, homographs, and homophones correctly in their own writing and identifying it in other people’s writing.

Topic Development Lesson PlanTopic Development Teachers Guide

Topic Development


Our Topic Development lesson plan teaches students how to choose an essay or research topic. Students use the five steps presented in the lesson to practice choosing and developing topics based on given criteria.

Topic Focus for Writing


With our Topic Focus for Writing lesson plan, students learn how to stay focused on a topic while writing and how to identify the main topic of someone else’s writing.

Topic Introductions Lesson PlanTopic Introductions Teachers Guide

Topic Introductions


Our Topic Introductions lesson plan helps students write better introductions to various types of writing. Students use the lesson as a guide to practice writing introductions for essays, opinion essays, and more.

Transitional Words/Phrases Lesson PlanTransitional Words/Phrases Teachers Guide

Transitional Words/Phrases


In our Transitional Words/Phrases lesson plan, students learn common transitional words and phrases that they can use in their writing and how to identify them in other people’s writing. They practice using these words and phrases to establish sequences in their writing.

Triple Letter Blends Spelling Patterns Lesson PlanTriple Letter Blends Spelling Patterns Teachers Guide

Triple Letter Blends Spelling Patterns


Our Triple Letter Blends Spelling Patterns lesson plan introduces students to triple letter blends. Students will learn to identify and use common triple letter blends to improve their spelling abilities.

Types of Pronouns Lesson PlanTypes of Pronouns Teachers Guide

Types of Pronouns


Our Types of Pronouns lesson plan teaches students all about different types of pronouns, including personal, possessive, indefinite, and more. Students practice identifying pronouns and using the correct pronoun for a given situation.