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Basic Graphs Lesson PlanBasic Graphs Teachers Guide

Basic Graphs

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In our Basic Graphs lesson plan, students learn about a few different types of basic graphs and what they are used for, including bar and line graphs. Students learn to read, analyze, and create basic line and bar graphs for different purposes.

Basic Measurement Lesson PlanBasic Measurement Teachers Guide

Basic Measurement

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In our Basic Measurement lesson plan, students learn the basics of measuring length, capacity, and weight. Students learn the proper unit for each and how to determine the best form of measurement for various objects or purposes.

Basic Multiplication Lesson PlanBasic Multiplication Teachers Guide

Basic Multiplication

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Our Basic Multiplication lesson plan introduces students to the basics of multiplication. Students are given numerous practice problems involving multiplication facts through 12.

Basic Statistics Lesson PlanBasic Statistics Teachers Guide

Basic Statistics

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In our Basic Statistics lesson plan, students learn what statistics are and how to do some basic statistics problems. Students learn related vocabulary such as mean, median, mode, and range, and learn various uses for statistics.

Benjamin Franklin Lesson PlanBenjamin Franklin Teachers Guide

Benjamin Franklin

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In our Benjamin Franklin lesson plan, students learn about the life and accomplishments of Benjamin Franklin. Students learn about his early life, his contributions to science and politics, and about his lasting impact on the United States and the world as a whole.

Betsy Ross/American Flag Lesson PlanBetsy Ross/American Flag Teachers Guide

Betsy Ross/American Flag

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Our Betsy Ross/American Flag lesson plan teaches students about Betsy Ross and her possible contribution to the creation of the American flag. Students also learn about Betsy Ross’s early life and other accomplishments.

Big Bang Theory Lesson PlanBig Bang Theory Teachers Guide

Big Bang Theory

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In our Big Bang Theory lesson plan, students learn the basics about the Big Bang Theory, including what it is and what it theorizes about the beginning of the universe. Students learn related vocabulary and practice explaining the theory to their classmates in creative ways in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Bill of Rights Lesson PlanBill of Rights Teachers Guide

Bill of Rights

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Our Bill of Rights lesson plan teaches students about the Bill of Rights, including what it is, what is included in it, and how it came to be a part of the Constitution. Students learn to summarize the first ten amendments and think critically about why the Bill of Rights is so important.

Biomass and Biofuel Lesson PlanBiomass and Biofuel Teachers Guide

Biomass and Biofuel

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In our Biomass and Biofuel lesson plan, students learn about biomass and the biofuel created by it. Students learn about specific examples of both biomass and biofuel and learn the advantages and disadvantages of using them.

Biomes and Ecosystems Lesson PlanBiomes and Ecosystems Teachers Guide

Biomes and Ecosystems

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In our Biomes and Ecosystems lesson plan, students learn about what biomes and ecosystems are and how they are different. Students also learn about specific types of both biomes and ecosystems and their characteristics.

Bones Lesson PlanBones Teachers Guide

Bones

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In our Bones lesson plan, students learn about the human skeleton and some of the bones that make it up. Students learn characteristics of bones, how they are connected, and how to keep their bones protected.

Boston Tea Party Lesson PlanBoston Tea Party Teachers Guide

Boston Tea Party

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In our Boston Tea Party lesson plan, students learn about the historic event known as the Boston Tea Party, including when and where it took place, its causes and effects, and its lasting significance today. Students learn related vocabulary and learn about how the Boston Tea Party relates to the American Revolution as a whole.

Box and Whiskers Lesson PlanBox and Whiskers Teachers Guide

Box and Whiskers

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In our Box and Whiskers lesson plan, students learn about box and whiskers graphs in mathematics, including what they are and how to create them. Students practice creating their own box plots and analyzing various box plots.

Bugs Lesson PlanBugs Teachers Guide

Bugs

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Our Bugs lesson plan teaches students about various types of bugs and their defining characteristics. Students also learn the names of various bugs and how to differentiate between insects and arachnids.

Butterflies Lesson PlanButterflies Teachers Guide

Butterflies

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In our Butterflies lesson plan, students learn about the lifecycles and parts of butterflies. Students also learn related vocabulary and practice labeling the different parts of a butterfly in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Calendar and Dates Lesson PlanCalendar and Dates Teachers Guide

Calendar and Dates

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In our Calendar and Dates lesson plan, students learn about calendars and how to find various information on both monthly and yearly calendars. Students create their own calendars as a part of this lesson in order to practice identifying each necessary component.

Canada and Mexico Lesson PlanCanada and Mexico Teachers Guide

Canada and Mexico

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Our Canada and Mexico lesson plan teaches students some information about Canada and Mexico. Students learn to identify both countries on a map and to identify some information about both countries.

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.

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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