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The Carbon Cycle Lesson PlanThe Carbon Cycle Teachers Guide

The Carbon Cycle

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Our The Carbon Cycle lesson plan teaches students about the carbon cycle, including what it is, why it’s important to life, and what the steps of the carbon cycle are. Students also learn about the nitrogen cycle and about carbon sources, sinks, and reservoirs.

The Circulatory System Lesson PlanThe Circulatory System Teachers Guide

The Circulatory System

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Our The Circulatory System lesson plan teaches students the basics about the circulatory system, including what it is, how it works, and why it is vitally important for human life. Students learn to identify the parts of the circulatory system and their functions.

The Digestive System Lesson PlanThe Digestive System Teachers Guide

The Digestive System

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Our free downloadable PDF The Digestive System lesson plan introduces students to the digestive system, including associated vocabulary. During this lesson, students are asked to work creatively to write, draw, or design a creative presentation explaining the digestive system to others, which they then present to the class, utilizing their

The Human Ear Lesson PlanThe Human Ear Teachers Guide

The Human Ear

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In our The Human Ear lesson plan, students learn about the parts of the human ear and how it’s connected to the rest of the body. Students learn the functions of each part of the ear and label a diagram of a human ear.

The Human Eye Lesson PlanThe Human Eye Teachers Guide

The Human Eye

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In our The Human Eye lesson plan, students learn about the parts of the human eye and how it’s connected to the rest of the body. Students learn the functions of each part of the eye and label a diagram of a human eye.

The Human Skeleton Lesson PlanThe Human Skeleton Teachers Guide

The Human Skeleton

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In our The Human Skeleton lesson plan, students learn about the human skeleton, including how it’s connected, its different parts, and the names of some key bones. Students practice labeling a diagram of a skeleton.

The Ice Ages Lesson PlanThe Ice Ages Teachers Guide

The Ice Ages

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Our The Ice Ages lesson plan teaches students about the Ice Ages, including what they were, when they happened, and why they’re still important to learn about. Students learn about their potential causes and about the specific features and defining characteristics of different ice ages.

The Moon Lesson PlanThe Moon Teachers Guide

The Moon

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Our The Moon lesson plan teaches students about Earth’s moon. Students learn about the moon’s phases and also learn vocabulary relevant to the lesson.

The Nitrogen Cycle Lesson PlanThe Nitrogen Cycle Teachers Guide

The Nitrogen Cycle

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Our The Nitrogen Cycle lesson plan teaches students about the nitrogen cycle and the steps involved in the nitrogen cycle. Students create a diagram that includes these steps in order to help solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

The Respiratory System Lesson PlanThe Respiratory System Teachers Guide

The Respiratory System

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In our Respiratory System lesson plan, students learn all about the human respiratory system, including its parts and how it is connected to the rest of the body. Students practice labeling a diagram of the respiratory system and are asked to trace the movement of air through the system.

The Solar System Lesson PlanThe Solar System Teachers Guide

The Solar System

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In our The Solar System lesson plan, students are introduced to the solar system, including the planets. Students learn facts about each planet as well as related vocabulary and create a to-scale model of our solar system.

The Water Cycle Lesson PlanThe Water Cycle Teachers Guide

The Water Cycle

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In our The Water Cycle lesson plan, students learn about the steps of the water cycle, vocabulary related to the water cycle, and the ways in which the water cycle affects the planet day-to-day.

Theory of Evolution Lesson PlanTheory of Evolution Teachers Guide

Theory of Evolution

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With our Theory of Evolution lesson plan, students are introduced to the theory of evolution, including its origins, how it’s developed over time, and who the key figures were in developing it. Students learn related vocabulary and imagine how something would evolve in certain conditions.

Time Zones Lesson PlanTime Zones Teachers Guide

Time Zones

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Our Time Zones lesson plan teaches students about both worldwide and United States-specific time zones. Students learn why time zones exist, what the time zones in the U.S. are, and how to convert between time zones.

Tobacco is a Drug Lesson PlanTobacco is a Drug Teachers Guide

Tobacco is a Drug

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With our Tobacco is a Drug lesson plan, students learn about tobacco, including what it is, why it’s addictive, and the dangers of using it. Students identify and develop strategies for avoiding tobacco use during this lesson.

Understanding an Equal Sign Lesson PlanUnderstanding an Equal Sign Teachers Guide

Understanding an Equal Sign

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Our Understanding an Equal Sign lesson plan teaches students what an equal sign symbol means in mathematics. Students practice using equal signs and identifying equivalencies.

Vaccines Lesson PlanVaccines Teachers Guide

Vaccines

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Our Vaccines lesson plan teaches students about vaccines and what they do. They learn about the history of vaccines, what vaccines are used for, and why vaccines are so important.

Vitamins and Minerals Lesson PlanVitamins and Minerals Teachers Guide

Vitamins and Minerals

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Our Vitamins and Minerals lesson plan teaches students all about the various vitamins and minerals people need to survive and where they come from. They learn to identify vitamins and minerals and articulate why humans need each.