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Korean and Vietnam Wars Lesson PlanKorean and Vietnam Wars Teachers Guide

Korean and Vietnam Wars

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In our Korean and Vietnam Wars lesson plan, students learn about both the Korean and Vietnam Wars, including when and where they took place and their causes and reactions. Students compare and contrast the two wars and identify which people and places are associated with which war.

Late 19th Century Lesson PlanLate 19th Century Teachers Guide

Late 19th Century

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Our Late 19th Century lesson plan teaches students about the major events, inventions, and people of the late 19th century. One of the things students learn about during this lesson in Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and its importance.

Laws and Rules Lesson PlanLaws and Rules Teachers Guide

Laws and Rules

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In our Laws and Rules lesson plan, students learn the definitions of laws and rules and their differences. Students connect this lesson to real life by coming up with a list of rules and laws that they know of already.

Legislative Branch Lesson PlanLegislative Branch Teachers Guide

Legislative Branch

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Our free downloadable PDF Legislative Branch lesson plan introduces students to the Legislative Branch of the United States. Most students are familiar with some parts of the world of politics and government but are usually unsure of the two parts that make up Congress, the House, and the Senate. During this lesson, students are asked to nu

Lewis and Clark Lesson PlanLewis and Clark Teachers Guide

Lewis and Clark

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Our Lewis and Clark lesson plan teaches students about the 2-year Lewis and Clark expedition across America exploring the west to the Pacific Ocean and back again. Students also learn about other significant people who were involved in the expedition in some way.

Lincoln's Assassination Lesson PlanLincoln's Assassination Teachers Guide

Lincoln’s Assassination

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Our Lincoln’s Assassination lesson plan teaches students about the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Students learn about the events of the assassination, why John Wilkes Booth may have wanted to assassinate him, and the impact this event had.

Louisiana Purchase Lesson PlanLouisiana Purchase Teachers Guide

Louisiana Purchase

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Our Louisiana Purchase lesson plan teaches students about the Louisiana Purchase, including what it was, how it came about, and what the lasting impact of it is. Students also learn related lesson vocabulary.

Map Reading Skills Lesson PlanMap Reading Skills Teachers Guide

Map Reading Skills

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Our Map Reading Skills lesson plan teaches students about different kinds of maps and how to read them. Students participate in an activity in which they create a map of the United States with a specific purpose in order to demonstrate that they recognize the key elements needed for maps.

Marco Polo Lesson PlanMarco Polo Teachers Guide

Marco Polo

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In our Marco Polo lesson plan, students learn about the explorer Marco Polo, including his early life, his accomplishments, and his lasting legacy. Students also learn about the Silk Road and its historical uses.

Martin Luther King Jr. Lesson PlanMartin Luther King Jr. Teachers Guide

Martin Luther King Jr.

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Our Martin Luther King Jr. lesson plan, students learn about the Civil Rights leader Marthin Luther King Jr., including his early life, his accomplishments, and his lasting legacy. Students complete an activity in which they put significant events in his life in order.

Maya Civilization Lesson PlanMaya Civilization Teachers Guide

Maya Civilization

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Our free downloadable PDF Maya Civilization lesson plan introduces students to the Mayan Civilization and the events during its time-period in history. Many students may know very little about the Mayans, though it was one of the most advanced civilizations in history along with the Aztecs and Inca. There is an incredible amount of informat

Mayflower Compact Lesson PlanMayflower Compact Teachers Guide

Mayflower Compact

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In our Mayflower Compact lesson plan, students learn about the Mayflower Compact, including what it was and why it was significant. Students also learn about the Pilgrims and their trip on the Mayflower to provide context for this lesson.

Mexican-American War Lesson PlanMexican-American War Teachers Guide

Mexican-American War

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Our free downloadable PDF Mexican-American War lesson plan teaches the history and significance of the Mexican-American War. During this lesson, students are asked to draw and label the major states and areas that were involved in the Mexican-American war in order to prove they understand the geography involved in the lesson. Students are a

Michelangelo Lesson PlanMichelangelo Teachers Guide

Michelangelo

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Our Michelangelo lesson plan teaches students about the famous artist Michelangelo, including his artwork and his lasting impact on the art world. Students look at some of his art and learn about his other accomplishments as well.

Mount Everest Lesson PlanMount Everest Teachers Guide

Mount Everest

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Our Mount Everest lesson plan teaches students about Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. Students learn facts about the mountain and some of the challenges of climbing the mountain.

NASA History Lesson PlanNASA History Teachers Guide

NASA History

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Our NASA History lesson plan teaches students about NASA’s history and the history of the space program in the United States. Students learn the major events in NASA’s history and about the benefits of NASA and its programs.

Native American Pow Wows Lesson PlanNative American Pow Wows Teachers Guide

Native American Pow Wows

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In our Native American Pow Wows lesson plan, students learn about Native American Pow Wows, including their origins, and information about the ceremonies and dances. Students participate in an activity in which they create an advertisement for a Pow Wow using the lesson material.

Native Americans Lesson PlanNative Americans Teachers Guide

Native Americans

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Our Native Americans lesson plan introduces students to the culture, history, and lifestyle of Native Americans. Students also learn vocabulary related to the lesson material.

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Many elementary school teachers and homeschooling parents simply seek out social studies worksheets, but the Clarendon Learning social studies lesson plans offer much more.  A wide variety of topics are available with specialized social studies lesson plans for students in primary school and the middle and upper-elementary grades, and of course, every lesson includes social studies worksheets. Whether you are seeking to introduce students to information about the thirteen original colonies, countries and continents throughout the world, the workings of government, the history of different wars, or other social studies Read more