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Water, Water Everywhere Lesson PlanWater, Water Everywhere Teachers Guide

Water, Water Everywhere

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In our Water, Water Everywhere lesson plan, students learn all about water, including its importance and where it can be found. Students use water-related vocabulary and answer questions about the uses of water, why we need it, and its various sources.

Weathering and Erosion Lesson PlanWeathering and Erosion Teachers Guide

Weathering and Erosion

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In our Weathering and Erosion lesson plan, students will learn the differences between the terms “weathering” and “erosion”. They will learn related vocabulary and will be able to identify which process is taking place in a given situation.

Westward Expansion Lesson PlanWestward Expansion Teachers Guide

Westward Expansion

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In our Westward Expansion lesson plan, students learn about the U.S.’s expansion west, including the key events that led up to it and its lasting impact. Students will learn the path and years in which westward expansion occurred and will be able to label a map with the correct year that each state or territory was added.

What are Tens? Lesson PlanWhat are Tens? Teachers Guide

What are Tens?

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In our What are Tens? lesson plan, students are introduced to the concept of using tens in math and in their everyday life. Students will understand how to add up to tens and how tens are added to make hundreds.

What is Christmas?

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With our What is Christmas? lesson plan, students learn about Christmas, including its history as a holiday and how it is celebrated all around the world today.

What is Democracy Lesson PlanWhat is Democracy Teachers Guide

What is Democracy

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In our What is Democracy lesson plan, students learn about democracies, including the characteristics of a democracy, some places in the world that are democracies, and more. They will be able to identify democracies and differentiate them from other types of governance.

What is Easter?

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With our What is Easter? lesson plan, students learn about the origins of the Easter holiday and about its symbols, significant terms, and celebrations.

What is Hanukkah?

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With our What is Hanukkah? lesson plan, students learn about the holiday of Hannukah, including its history and its modern significance.

What is Kwanzaa?

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With our What is Kwanzaa? lesson plan, students learn all about the holiday Kwanzaa, including its origins and the ways in which it is celebrated today.

What is Ramadan?

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With our What is Ramadan? lesson plan, students learn all about Ramadan, including the central pillars of Islam, how Ramadan is celebrated today, and its history.

What is Rosh Hashanah

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Using our What is Rosh Hashanah lesson plan, students learn about the Jewish holiday Rosh Hashana, including its origins, history, customs, and more.

What Lives in the Ocean Lesson PlanWhat Lives in the Ocean Teachers Guide

What Lives in the Ocean

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In our What Lives in the Ocean lesson plan, students are taught about the different plants and animals that live in the ocean and why they are suited to live there instead of on land.

Whole Numbers as Fractions

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With our Whole Numbers as Fractions lesson plan, students learn how to write whole numbers as fractions. Students practice expressing whole numbers as fractions and using the lesson vocabulary.

Women's Suffrage Lesson PlanWomen's Suffrage Teachers Guide

Women’s Suffrage

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In our Women’s Suffrage lesson plan, students will learn about the women’s suffrage movement, including key ideas, main figures, major events, and its lasting impact.

Word Analysis Skills

With our Word Analysis Skills lesson plan, students learn skills for analyzing and thinking about words, including how to sort them by number of syllables, how to find definitions, and how to determine rhyming words.

Word Connections

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With our Word Connections lesson plan, students learn how to effectively make real-world connections between two or more words.

Word Connections

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With our Word Connections lesson plan, students learn how to make connections between two words. Students practice describing word connections as a part of this lesson.

Word Endings Lesson PlanWord Endings Teachers Guide

Word Endings

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In our Word Endings lesson plan, students learn about the different endings words can have and what they tell you about the meaning of the word. They practice identifying different endings and deriving the meaning of the word from the combination of the base and the ending.

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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