Help students decode tricky language in the Declaration of Independence with an integrated vocabulary and history lesson. After reviewing vocabulary as a class, students will rewrite the Declaration of Independence in kid-friendly language.
Young readers will love this story-filled reading comprehension lesson. It's packed with engaging exercises designed to help students become better at looking for details and annotating passages of text.
Being able to express and support opinions is greatly beneficial for young learners. This lesson plan includes fun exercises to help students learn about opinions and write supporting statements for their own opinions.
When reading, we all encounter unknown words at times. But how do we figure them out? In this lesson, students learn how to become a “human dictionary” by using a variety of strategies to figure out the meaning of unknown words.
Ever wonder how to teach opposite words: happy vs. sad or rich vs. poor? Education.com's synonyms and antonyms lesson plans provide innovative, fun ways for teachers to expand their students' vocabulary. We have a variety of lesson plans that vary from using reading comprehension to interactive activities for students to become familiar with antonyms and synonyms. Get started now!