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Muscles Lesson PlanMuscles Teachers Guide

Muscles

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Our Muscles Lesson Plan teaches students about the different muscles of the body, with a focus on the most common. During this lesson, students practice labeling the different muscles found in the body.

Natural Disasters Lesson PlanNatural Disasters Teachers Guide

Natural Disasters

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Our Natural Disasters lesson plan teaches students about different types of natural disasters and their characteristics. Students practice identifying natural disasters based on descriptions.

Natural Resources Lesson PlanNatural Resources Teachers Guide

Natural Resources

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Our Natural Resources lesson plan teaches students about the natural resources of the Earth and how they used by humans. Students also learn related vocabulary during this lesson.

Natural Selection Lesson PlanNatural Selection Teachers Guide

Natural Selection

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Our Natural Selection lesson plan introduces students to Darwin’s concept of natural selection and gives students examples of natural selection. Students also learn vocabulary related to the lesson material.

Nuclear Energy Lesson PlanNuclear Energy Teachers Guide

Nuclear Energy

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Our Nuclear Energy lesson plan teaches students about nuclear energy, including its sources and what nuclear power is used for. Students also learn about the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear energy as a power source.

Observations & Predictions Lesson PlanObservations & Predictions Teachers Guide

Observations & Predictions

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Our Observations and Predictions lesson plan teaches students about observations and predictions and how they are used in science. Students practice identifying whether something is an observation, prediction, or inference as a part of this lesson.

Oceans of the World Lesson PlanOceans of the World Teachers Guide

Oceans of the World

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Our Oceans of the World lesson plan teaches students what oceans are, why they are important, and where they are located in the world. Students locate oceans on a map and learn the names of at least five oceans.

Periodic Table of Elements Lesson PlanPeriodic Table of Elements Teachers Guide

Periodic Table of Elements

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In our Periodic Table of Elements lesson plan, students learn about the periodic table of elements, including its history and development over time. Students learn how to properly read and interpret the periodic table and name some of the common elements.

Photosynthesis Lesson PlanPhotosynthesis Teachers Guide

Photosynthesis

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Our Photosynthesis lesson plan teaches students about photosynthesis and why plants photosynthesize. Students study a diagram illustrating photosynthesis and learn related lesson vocabulary.

Physical-Chemical Changes Lesson PlanPhysical-Chemical Changes Teachers Guide

Physical-Chemical Changes

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Our Physical-Chemical Changes lesson plan teaches students the differences between physical and chemical changes in matter. Students observe various reactions and scenarios and are asked to determine whether a physical or chemical change is occurring.

Plant Parts Lesson PlanPlant Parts Teachers Guide

Plant Parts

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Our Plant Parts lesson plan teaches students about the various parts that make up plants. Students practice labeling diagrams of plants and learn related vocabulary.

Plate Tectonics Lesson PlanPlate Tectonics Teachers Guide

Plate Tectonics

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Our Plate Tectonics lesson plan teaches students about plate tectonics, including what they are, the effect they have on the planet, and what their effects are today. Students also learn to identify some of the major continental plates.

Precipitation Lesson PlanPrecipitation Teachers Guide

Precipitation

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In our Precipitation lesson plan, students learn all about various types of precipitation and how they differ. Students learn facts about rain, snow, hair, freezing rain, and sleet, and are asked to differentiate between them using the knowledge gained in this lesson.

Pushing and Pulling Lesson PlanPushing and Pulling Teachers Guide

Pushing and Pulling

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In our Pushing and Pulling lesson plan, students are introduced to the physics behind pushing and pulling. Students practice determining whether an object is being pushed or pulled and come up with their own examples of objects that are pushed and pulled.

Rainbows Lesson PlanRainbows Teachers Guide

Rainbows

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In our Rainbows lesson plan, students learn all about rainbows, including why they happen, what colors are included, and when they occur. Students participate in a creative activity in which they illustrate scenes that include rainbows.

Rainforests Lesson PlanRainforests Teachers Guide

Rainforests

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In our Rainforests lesson plan, students learn all about rainforests, including the definition of a rainforest and its defining characteristics. Students also learn about the living things, such as plants and animals, that live in rainforests.

Recycling Lesson PlanRecycling Teachers Guide

Recycling

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In our Recycling lesson plan, students learn what recycling is and why it is so important. Students learn the three steps for recycling and learn to identify commonly recycled items.

Renewable Energy Lesson PlanRenewable Energy Teachers Guide

Renewable Energy

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In our Renewable Energy lesson plan, students learn the basics about renewable energy, including its sources and how each source works. Students also learn about the advantages and disadvantages of different types of renewable energy.

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