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Force and Motion Lesson PlanForce and Motion Teachers Guide

Force and Motion

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In our Force and Motion lesson plan, students learn about the physics concepts of force and motion, including Newton’s Laws of Motion. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Forest Types and More Lesson PlanForest Types and More Teachers Guide

Forest Types and More

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Our Forest Types and More lesson plan teaches students about different types of forests and their characteristics. Students practice identifying different forests based on these characteristics.

Forests Lesson PlanForests Teachers Guide

Forests

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Our free downloadable PDF Forests lesson plan introduces students to the basic information about forests (and woodlands), including the different types of forests, the structure of, and some of the animals living in forests. In addition, the students learn about the importance of forests related to their preservation. During this lesson, st

Fossil Fuels Lesson PlanFossil Fuels Teachers Guide

Fossil Fuels

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In our Fossil Fuels lesson plan, students learn about various types of fossil fuels, like oil, gas, and coal-fossil fuels. Students learn how these fossil fuels are formed, where they are found, and how they are processed, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using them.

Fossils Lesson PlanFossils Teachers Guide

Fossils

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Our Fossils lesson plan teaches students about fossils, including how to define them, how to compare and contrast types of fossils, and about fossil formation. Students also learn important lesson vocabulary.

Four Seasons Lesson PlanFour Seasons Teachers Guide

Four Seasons

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Our Four Seasons lesson plan teaches students about the four seasons, including their characteristics and how they change from one to the next. Students also learn about the causes of season change.

Fruits and Vegetables Lesson PlanFruits and Vegetables Teachers Guide

Fruits and Vegetables

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Our Fruits and Vegetables lesson plan teaches students about common fruits and vegetables. Students learn what the difference between and fruit and a vegetable is and how to differentiate between them.

Galaxies Lesson PlanGalaxies Teachers Guide

Galaxies

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Our Galaxies lesson plan teaches students about three major types of galaxies and about the Milky Way galaxy. Students also learn related lesson vocabulary.

Geologic Time Lesson PlanGeologic Time Teachers Guide

Geologic Time

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Our Geologic Time lesson plan teaches students about geologic time and introduces them to the concept that the Earth has existed for much longer than they may have thought. Students also learn about different eras and how they are differentiated.

Geology and Rocks Lesson PlanGeology and Rocks Teachers Guide

Geology and Rocks

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Our Geology and Rocks Lesson Plan teaches students about the geology, including what it is and what a geologist does. Students learn about the three types of rocks and compare and contrast them based on the characteristics described in this lesson.

Germs Lesson PlanGerms Teachers Guide

Germs

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Our Germs lesson plan teaches students about germs, including what they are, how they spread, and how to prevent contact with them. Students also learn the names of some common germs and what they do.

Glaciers Lesson PlanGlaciers Teachers Guide

Glaciers

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Our Glaciers lesson plan teaches students about glaciers including their origins and characteristics. Students practice identifying glaciers and listing their characteristics.

Habitats Lesson PlanHabitats Teachers Guide

Habitats

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In our Habitats lesson plan, students are introduced to different habitats that animals live in and their characteristics. Students practice matching animals to the habitat they live in.

Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores Lesson PlanHerbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores Teachers Guide

Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores

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In our Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores lesson plan, students learn the differences between herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores, and what each eats. Students practice identifying animals with each of these diets.

Heredity Lesson PlanHeredity Teachers Guide

Heredity

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Our Heredity lesson plan teaches students about what heredity is and how traits are passed from one generation to the next. Students complete Punnet Squares and learn related vocabulary.

Hibernation and Migration Lesson PlanHibernation and Migration Teachers Guide

Hibernation and Migration

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In our Hibernation and Migration lesson plan, students learn about how and why animals hibernate or migrate. Students also learn about some specific animals that either hibernate or migrate and how to identify them.

How Do Plants Grow? Lesson PlanHow Do Plants Grow? Teachers Guide

How Do Plants Grow?

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Our How Do Plants Grow? lesson plan teaches students what plants need to survive and how they grow. Students also learn related vocabulary and grow their own seeds using the information gained in this lesson.

Human Heart Lesson PlanHuman Heart Teachers Guide

Human Heart

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In our Human Heart lesson plan, students learn about the human heart, including why it’s vitally important to human life and why it’s so important to our circulatory system. Students practice labeling a diagram of a heart and how it’s connected to the rest of the body.

Often, the science curriculum in primary and elementary schools lacks the necessary and effective teaching strategies for the typical classroom teacher.  However, all of the elementary science lesson plans that we create are convenient and valuable tools to help every elementary school-aged child become more fluent in a wide variety of topics that are a part of every school’s science curriculum.

Each lesson plan for science will introduce your students to plants or animals, ecosystems and environments, organs and systems of the body, atoms and molecules, weather, physics topics, earth science, or other science concepts and each lesson can be easily used by classroom teachers or homeschooling parents.

Each lesson plan for science and the content have been written by experienced educators and science curriculum experts.  They have been thoroughly researched and reviewed for accuracy and efficiency and can be used almost immediately.  There is little preparation time necessary, allowing the busy educator more time to teach the content of the lesson.

The science lesson plans include step-by-step instructions, procedures for teachers, options, matching Common Core State Standards, content for students, activity and practice pages, a list of Internet resources to enhance learning, and much more.

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The Clarendon Learning science lesson plans are beneficial to all elementary-aged students, and the plans will allow teachers and homeschooling parents to become more effective educators.

Often, the science curriculum in primary and elementary schools lacks the necessary and effective teaching strategies for the typical classroom teacher.  However, all of the elementary science lesson plans that we create are convenient and valuable tools to help every elementary school-aged child become more fluent in a wide variety of topics that are a part of every school’s science curriculum. Each lesson plan for science will introduce your students to plants or animals, ecosystems and environments, organs and systems of the body, atoms and molecules, weather, physics topics, earth science, Read more