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Spanish-American War Lesson PlanSpanish-American War Teachers Guide

Spanish-American War

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Our free downloadable PDF Spanish-American War lesson plan explores the events and reasoning that led to the Spanish-American War, the main events and people of the war, and the results and impact of the war across the world. During this lesson, students are asked to shade and label Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guam, Philippine Islands on a paper map

Statue of Liberty Lesson PlanStatue of Liberty Teachers Guide

Statue of Liberty

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Our Statue of Liberty lesson plan teaches students about the Statue of Liberty, including its history, its significance, and its continued importance. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Stonehenge Lesson PlanStonehenge Teachers Guide

Stonehenge

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Our Stonehenge lesson plan teaches students about the landmark Stonehenge, including its history, its significance, and possible theories about why it was built. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Supply and Demand Lesson PlanSupply and Demand Teachers Guide

Supply and Demand

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Our Supply and Demand lesson plan teaches students the basic concept of supply and demand. Students learn related vocabulary and work with real-world examples to solidify their understanding of the concept.

Susan B. Anthony Lesson PlanSusan B. Anthony Teachers Guide

Susan B. Anthony

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Our Susan B. Anthony lesson plan teaches students all about Susan B. Anthony’s life, including her accomplishments, background, and more. Students will learn related vocabulary and will be able to discuss Anthony and her achievements.

Symbols in the World Lesson PlanSymbols in the World Teachers Guide

Symbols in the World

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Our Symbols in the World lesson plan teaches students about famous and important landmarks and symbols around the world. Students learn to identify and describe these famous symbols and their importance.

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Teaching Students on the Spectrum

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Working with certified professionals in the area of Autism, Clarendon Learning developed our “Teaching Students on the Spectrum” Curriculum.  You will learn professional advice and strategies on how to effectively run an inclusive classroom, which includes ALL of your students.

The full Curriculum includes:

  • Teaching students on the Spectrum – Informational Packet
  • Lesson 1: Communication
  • Lesson 2: Judging by Appearances
  • Lesson 3: Healthy Relationships
  • Lesson 4: Being open to New Relationships
  • Lesson 5: Self-Esteem
  • Lesson 6: Team Building

All-in-all you will have access hours of material, worksheets, activities, and more all designed to help you serve your students and classroom more fully.

We hope you enjoy our curriculum Teaching Students on the Spectrum.

Thanksgiving Origins Lesson PlanThanksgiving Origins Teachers Guide

Thanksgiving Origins

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Our Thanksgiving Origins lesson plan teaches students about the origins of Thanksgiving. They learn how Thanksgiving began, how it evolved, and the lasting impact of its beginnings today.

The Atom Bomb Lesson PlanThe Atom Bomb Teachers Guide

The Atom Bomb

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Our free downloadable PDF The Atom Bomb lesson plan explores the effects of an atomic bomb as a wartime strategy and introduces the history of the atomic bomb that was dropped on Japan during the end of WWII. During this lesson, students are asked to work in groups to answer questions about the moral and ethical implications of the atom bom

The Aztecs Lesson PlanThe Aztecs Teachers Guide

The Aztecs

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In our The Aztecs lesson plan, students learn who the Aztecs were, where they lived, and what their society was like. Students learn related vocabulary and complete their own research about the Aztecs as a part of this lesson.

The Berlin Wall Lesson PlanThe Berlin Wall Teachers Guide

The Berlin Wall

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In our The Berlin Wall lesson plan, students learn about the history of the Berlin Wall and its significance in terms of both WWII and the Cold War. Students learn its original purpose and the circumstances that led to its demolition in the 1980s.

The Civil War Lesson PlanThe Civil War Teachers Guide

The Civil War

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In our The Civil War lesson plan, students learn about the Cold War, including when and where it took place, the key events and people involved in the conflict, and the underlying causes for the conflict. Students also learn related vocabulary and learn about the lasting impact of the Civil War in the United States and elsewhere.

The Cold War Lesson PlanThe Cold War Teachers Guide

The Cold War

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In our The Cold War lesson plan, students learn about the Cold War, including when and where it took place, the key events and people involved in the conflict, and the underlying causes for the conflict. Students also learn related vocabulary and learn about the lasting impact of the Cold War in the United States and elsewhere.

The Constitution Lesson PlanThe Constitution Teachers Guide

The Constitution

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Our The Constitution lesson plan teaches students about the Constitution, including what it is, who wrote it and when, and why it is still important today. Students practice summarizing various amendments and learn about the Bill of Rights as well.

The Declaration of Independence Lesson PlanThe Declaration of Independence Teachers Guide

The Declaration of Independence

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Our free downloadable PDF Declaration of Independence lesson plan identifies the Declaration of Independence and its meaning, as well as interprets different parts of the document, including the preamble. During this lesson, students are asked to work with a partner to analyze lines from the preamble and present their interpretations to the

The Economy Lesson PlanThe Economy Teachers Guide

The Economy

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Our free downloadable PDF The Economy lesson plan introduces the concept of economics and enables them to understand related concepts and vocabulary. During this lesson, students are asked to identify which of a list of given statements corresponds to four types of economy: Traditional, Market, Command, or Mixed. Students are also asked to

The First Railroads Lesson PlanThe First Railroads Teachers Guide

The First Railroads

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In our The First Railroads lesson plan, students learn about early railroads in the U.S. and about the Transcontinental Railroad. Students learn about the challenges that these early railroads faced, some characteristics of early railroads and how they differ from our modern railroads.

The Gold Rush Lesson PlanThe Gold Rush Teachers Guide

The Gold Rush

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Our free downloadable PDF The Gold Rush lesson plan introduces students to the Gold Rush, which was part of the westward movement in the United States. Many students may have heard of the term “gold rush” but most likely do not know of its origins. During this lesson, students are asked to work creatively with a partner to write two separat

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 concepts and topics, Clarendon Learning offers effective social studies lesson plans for classroom teachers and homeschooling parents.

The social studies lesson plans and content have been written by experienced educators and 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 social studies lesson plans include step-by-step instructions, procedures for teachers, options, matching Common Core State Standards, content for students, a list of Internet resources to enhance learning, social studies worksheets with stimulating and thought-provoking activities, and much more.

Our social studies lesson plans may be searched by topic, grade level, or by Common Core State Standard.  All lesson plans can be sorted alphabetically or by grade level, and most can be adapted to the needs of a specific learner.

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

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