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Immune System Lesson PlanImmune System Teachers Guide

Immune System

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In our Immune System lesson plan, students learn all about the immune systems, including what it is, how it’s connected, its parts, and how immune systems keep our bodies healthy. Students also learn relevant vocabulary.

International Space Station Lesson PlanInternational Space Station Teachers Guide

International Space Station

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In our International Space Station lesson plan, students learn the history of the International Space Station and what it is used for today. Students learn about the scientists, countries, and astronauts who made the International Space Station possible and what work is currently being done on the ISS.

Introduction to Birds Lesson PlanIntroduction to Birds Teachers Guide

Introduction to Birds

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In our Introduction to Birds lesson plan, students learn about various characteristics of birds. Students compare and contrast different kinds of birds and also learn a bird call.

Introduction to Flight Lesson PlanIntroduction to Flight Teachers Guide

Introduction to Flight

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In our Introduction to Flight lesson plan, students learn the basic concepts related to flight. Students connect this information to the real world by learning how these concepts are related to things like planes, kites, and balloons.

Introduction to Weather Lesson PlanIntroduction to Weather Teachers Guide

Introduction to Weather

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Our Introduction to Weather lesson plan teaches students about weather with a focus on basic weather terms and concepts. Students practice using weather vocabulary and explaining basic weather concepts.

Inventors and Inventions Lesson PlanInventors and Inventions Teachers Guide

Inventors and Inventions

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In our Inventors and Inventions lesson plan, students learn about some famous inventors and their most important inventions. Students also brainstorm their own inventions inspired by the inventions discussed during this lesson.

Lakes, Rivers, Streams Lesson PlanLakes, Rivers, Streams Teachers Guide

Lakes, Rivers, Streams

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In our Lakes, Rivers, Streams lesson plan, students learn the similarities and differences between lakes, rivers, and streams and why they are important. Students practice identifying which bodies of water are lakes, rivers, and streams.

Landforms Lesson PlanLandforms Teachers Guide

Landforms

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Our Landforms lesson plan teaches students about landforms, including what they are, the different types, and the characteristics of each type. Students practice identifying different landforms and bodies of water based on the characteristics described during the lesson.

Latitude and Longitude Lesson PlanLatitude and Longitude Teachers Guide

Latitude and Longitude

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Our Latitude and Longitude lesson plan teaches students what latitude and longitude are, how they are used, and how to use them to identify a place on a map. Students practice finding places on a map using the latitude and longitude in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Layers of the Earth Lesson PlanLayers of the Earth Teachers Guide

Layers of the Earth

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In our Layers of the Earth lesson plan, students learn about the layers of the Earth and what each is made up of. Students learn to identify the four layers and practice labeling them on a diagram of the cross-section of the Earth.

Learning About Drugs Lesson PlanLearning About Drugs Teachers Guide

Learning About Drugs

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In our Learning About Drugs lesson plan, students are taught what a drug is and are given examples of both legal and illegal drugs. Students are also asked to identify strategies for avoiding illegal drugs.

Light Lesson PlanLight Teachers Guide

Light

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In our Light lesson plan, students learn to define and list the characteristics of light and various light sources. Students learn related lesson vocabulary and search their home for examples of reflection, refraction, and blocked light.

Living and Non-Living Things Lesson PlanLiving and Non-Living Things Teachers Guide

Living and Non-Living Things

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Our Living and Non-Living Things lesson plan teaches students the differences between living and non-living things. Students learn to identify the characteristics of both living and non-living things and practice identifying them.

Magnets Lesson PlanMagnets Teachers Guide

Magnets

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In our Magnets lesson plan, students learn about magnets, including how they work and what they can be used for. Students also learn how to identify the poles of a magnet.

Metamorphosis Lesson PlanMetamorphosis Teachers Guide

Metamorphosis

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Our Metamorphosis lesson plan teaches students about what metamorphosis is and how it works in both insects and amphibians. Students learn the steps involved in metamorphosis and related vocabulary.

Microbes Lesson PlanMicrobes Teachers Guide

Microbes

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In our Microbes lesson plan, students learn about microbes, also known as microorganisms. Students learn about the different types of microbes and learn to compare good and bad microbes.

Minerals Lesson PlanMinerals Teachers Guide

Minerals

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Our Minerals lesson plan teaches students about minerals in-depth. Students learn different characteristics that minerals can have and learn to name common minerals.

Molecules and Matter Lesson PlanMolecules and Matter Teachers Guide

Molecules and Matter

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Our Molecules and Matter lesson plan compares and contrasts atoms, molecules, and compounds. Students come up with their own examples of atoms, molecules, and compounds, connecting the lesson material to the real world.

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.

Every lesson plan for science may be searched by topic, grade level, or by Common Core State Standard.  All lesson plans can be also sorted alphabetically or by grade, and most can be adapted to the needs of a specific learner.

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