In this fun music and text inspired lesson plan your students will love making their own shape pictures as they learn all about 2D shapes! It can be used on its own or as support for the lesson Fingerpaint and Fun with Shapes.
Talking about erosion, pollution, and human destruction of the rainforest can help open up a whole new understanding of the world to young students. This lesson will help students to connect their lives with a bigger picture.
Mae Jemison was the first African American female astronaut to enter space! Use this lesson plan to help your students get to know this prominent scientist, and determine what makes her an influencial person.
This fun lesson gets students moving around the classroom as they look for words that begin with the letter A. Students will get to practice spelling new words as they record all the "A" things they find.
Your little detectives will love stretching their observation muscles in this lesson on sleuthing and finding clues. After paying close attention to their classmates, they'll make lists of clues and use them in a fun-filled guessing game.
Students will love learning how to compare numbers with Ali the alligator in this fun lesson all about number comparison! Use this as a stand alone lesson or alongside *Comparing Numbers: Marshmallow Math*
In this lesson, students explore ways they can give themselves more energy or help them relax. They will also learn that movement breaks are beneficial in releasing stress and tension and providing energy.
On some level, all humans want to feel peace and to feel loved. In this lesson, students will practice sending peaceful thoughts to themselves and others and discuss how these practices can support peace in their lives and community.
Most Valuable Players are the spotlight of every sports season, but do your students know how they can use their own Most Valuable Possessions and Most Valuable Places to inspire their informational writing? In this lesson, students will use a variety of MVPs to examine and elaborate on a topic of choice.
Trying to find new, entertaining ways to spark an interest with your students in mathematics? Math is a subject that can be difficult to master, but easy to understand once made enjoyable. Use Education.com's engaging math lesson plans to create a strong foundation in counting numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, geometry, and more.