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Short /o/ Words with Pictures


With our Short /o/ Words with Pictures lesson plan, students learn how to recognize patterns in words and how to use the short /o/ sound in words to help categorize words and read them.

Short /o/ Words with Pictures


With our Short /o/ Words with Pictures lesson plan, students learn to identify and sort words with short /o/ vowel sounds. Students also learn vocabulary words that have a short /o/ sound in them.

Silent Letters Lesson PlanSilent Letters Teachers Guide

Silent Letters


Our Silent Letters lesson plan enhances students’ spelling ability by teaching them about silent letters in words. Students practice identifying words with silent letters and spelling words that include silent letters.

Similarities/Differences of Two Texts


During our Similarities/Differences of Two Texts lesson plan, students learn how to identify the similarities and differences between two texts. Students practice reading texts and identifying some of their similarities and differences.

Story Elements Lesson PlanStory Elements Teachers Guide

Story Elements


Our Story Elements lesson plan enhances student reading comprehension by teaching students the key elements of a story. Students complete story elements charts as a part of this lesson in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Story Retelling Lesson PlanStory Retelling Teachers Guide

Story Retelling


Our Story Retelling lesson plan teaches students strategies for effective story retelling. Students practice retelling stories both orally and in writing.

Story Themes Lesson PlanStory Themes Teachers Guide

Story Themes


Our Story Themes lesson plan teaches students strategies for identifying themes in various texts and other forms of media. Students are also taught to differentiate between themes and main ideas or topics.

Symbols in America Lesson PlanSymbols in America Teachers Guide

Symbols in America


Our Symbols in America lesson plan teaches students about a number of significant symbols related to the United States. Students practice identifying and describing American symbols and their significance.

Text Features Lesson PlanText Features Teachers Guide

Text Features


Our Text Features lesson plan teaches students about the features of different kinds of text. Students learn to differentiate between different text features, list their uses, and use them in both fiction and non-fiction contexts.

The Narrator Lesson PlanThe Narrator Teachers Guide

The Narrator


Our The Narrator lesson plan introduces students to the concept of a narrator and teaches students to identify the narrator in a given text. Students also work on identifying the purpose of the narrator in different texts.

Types of Books Lesson PlanTypes of Books Teachers Guide

Types of Books


Our Types of Books lesson plan teaches students about the differences between fiction and nonfiction books and texts. Students also learn about some common genres and practice identifying them.

Understanding Details Lesson PlanUnderstanding Details Teachers Guide

Understanding Details


In our Understanding Details lesson plan, students learn how to extract and recognize details in writing in order to enhance reading comprehension. Students practice identifying details in written works and articulating why they are important.

Understanding Dialogue Lesson PlanUnderstanding Dialogue Teachers Guide

Understanding Dialogue


In our Understanding Dialogue lesson plan, students develop a deeper understanding of dialogue, including how to identify it, why it’s used, and how to interpret it. Students also practice extracting information about characters, settings, and themes from dialogue.

Understanding Through Illustrations


With our Understanding Through Illustrations lesson plan, students learn how to effectively use illustrations to gain information about a text. Students practice looking at illustrations and identifying relevant information as a part of this lesson.

Using Illustrations Lesson PlanUsing Illustrations Teachers Guide

Using Illustrations


In our Using Illustrations lesson plan, students learn about the importance of illustrations and when they can and should be used. Students practice discerning information from illustrations and creating their own illustrations for a specific purpose.

Writing a Book Report Lesson PlanWriting a Book Report Teachers Guide

Writing a Book Report


Our Writing a Book Report lesson plan teaches students how to more effectively write book reports. It teaches students to analyze literature and condense its themes and major points into a cohesive and clear report.

Writing Resolutions Lesson PlanWriting Resolutions Teachers Guide

Writing Resolutions


Our Writing Resolutions lesson plan teaches students how to write better conclusions for various types of narrative texts. They will practice writing resolutions for different stories and will also practice identifying and analyzing why another author might choose to resolve a text in a certain way.

Writing Tone and Style Lesson PlanWriting Tone and Style Teachers Guide

Writing Tone and Style


In our Writing Tone and Style lesson plan, students will learn how to identify different tones in writing and styles of writing. They will practice adjusting their own tone and style depending on what they are writing and who their audience is. They will also practice recognizing when another author changes their style or tone.