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Microbes Lesson PlanMicrobes Teachers Guide



In our Microbes lesson plan, students learn about microbes, also known as microorganisms. Students learn about the different types of microbes and learn to compare good and bad microbes.

Minerals Lesson PlanMinerals Teachers Guide



Our Minerals lesson plan teaches students about minerals in-depth. Students learn different characteristics that minerals can have and learn to name common minerals.

Molecules and Matter Lesson PlanMolecules and Matter Teachers Guide

Molecules and Matter


Our Molecules and Matter lesson plan compares and contrasts atoms, molecules, and compounds. Students come up with their own examples of atoms, molecules, and compounds, connecting the lesson material to the real world.

Muscles Lesson PlanMuscles Teachers Guide



Our Muscles Lesson Plan teaches students about the different muscles of the body, with a focus on the most common. During this lesson, students practice labeling the different muscles found in the body.

Natural Disasters Lesson PlanNatural Disasters Teachers Guide

Natural Disasters


Our Natural Disasters lesson plan teaches students about different types of natural disasters and their characteristics. Students practice identifying natural disasters based on descriptions.

Natural Resources Lesson PlanNatural Resources Teachers Guide

Natural Resources


Our Natural Resources lesson plan teaches students about the natural resources of the Earth and how they used by humans. Students also learn related vocabulary during this lesson.

Natural Selection Lesson PlanNatural Selection Teachers Guide

Natural Selection


Our Natural Selection lesson plan introduces students to Darwin’s concept of natural selection and gives students examples of natural selection. Students also learn vocabulary related to the lesson material.

Nuclear Energy Lesson PlanNuclear Energy Teachers Guide

Nuclear Energy


Our Nuclear Energy lesson plan teaches students about nuclear energy, including its sources and what nuclear power is used for. Students also learn about the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear energy as a power source.

Observations & Predictions Lesson PlanObservations & Predictions Teachers Guide

Observations & Predictions


Our Observations and Predictions lesson plan teaches students about observations and predictions and how they are used in science. Students practice identifying whether something is an observation, prediction, or inference as a part of this lesson.

Oceans of the World Lesson PlanOceans of the World Teachers Guide

Oceans of the World


Our Oceans of the World lesson plan teaches students what oceans are, why they are important, and where they are located in the world. Students locate oceans on a map and learn the names of at least five oceans.

Periodic Table of Elements Lesson PlanPeriodic Table of Elements Teachers Guide

Periodic Table of Elements


In our Periodic Table of Elements lesson plan, students learn about the periodic table of elements, including its history and development over time. Students learn how to properly read and interpret the periodic table and name some of the common elements.

Photosynthesis Lesson PlanPhotosynthesis Teachers Guide



Our Photosynthesis lesson plan teaches students about photosynthesis and why plants photosynthesize. Students study a diagram illustrating photosynthesis and learn related lesson vocabulary.

Physical-Chemical Changes Lesson PlanPhysical-Chemical Changes Teachers Guide

Physical-Chemical Changes


Our Physical-Chemical Changes lesson plan teaches students the differences between physical and chemical changes in matter. Students observe various reactions and scenarios and are asked to determine whether a physical or chemical change is occurring.

Plant Parts Lesson PlanPlant Parts Teachers Guide

Plant Parts


Our Plant Parts lesson plan teaches students about the various parts that make up plants. Students practice labeling diagrams of plants and learn related vocabulary.

Plate Tectonics Lesson PlanPlate Tectonics Teachers Guide

Plate Tectonics


Our Plate Tectonics lesson plan teaches students about plate tectonics, including what they are, the effect they have on the planet, and what their effects are today. Students also learn to identify some of the major continental plates.

Precipitation Lesson PlanPrecipitation Teachers Guide



In our Precipitation lesson plan, students learn all about various types of precipitation and how they differ. Students learn facts about rain, snow, hair, freezing rain, and sleet, and are asked to differentiate between them using the knowledge gained in this lesson.

Pushing and Pulling Lesson PlanPushing and Pulling Teachers Guide

Pushing and Pulling


In our Pushing and Pulling lesson plan, students are introduced to the physics behind pushing and pulling. Students practice determining whether an object is being pushed or pulled and come up with their own examples of objects that are pushed and pulled.