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Just a Minute
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Just a Minute
Help your students learn how long a minute is with this lesson that shows them how the length of a minute can appear to change depending on the activity, all while putting their time estimation skills to the test.
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Solving Long Division Problems
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Solving Long Division Problems
Help your students put their best foot forward when it comes to this lesson that allows them to solve problems both in a group setting and individually.
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Let's Play Ball
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Let's Play Ball
Students will have a ball with this data collection lesson plan where they learn about collecting and plotting data on a chart and line plot.
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Are You Connected to Me?
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Are You Connected to Me?
How are quadrilaterals connected? In this lesson, your students will learn about the relationship between quadrilaterals by drawing, defining, and labeling different ones.
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Opinion Writing: Brainstorming to Establish Credibility
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Opinion Writing: Brainstorming to Establish Credibility
Opinion writers need to establish credibility so that their audience will value their opinion. In this lesson, your students learn how to establish themselves as authorities on their chosen writing topics.
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Go Fish! Homophones
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Go Fish! Homophones
Students will love this lesson where they learn about homophones while playing a card game! Students will also get the chance to use their new found knowledge in a fun story setting.
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Who Was Alvin Ailey?
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Who Was Alvin Ailey?
In this lesson, students will use an informational text passage to ask and answer questions. Using biographies, your students will learn about two famous figures in history.
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Narrative Writing: Vivid Descriptions
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Narrative Writing: Vivid Descriptions
Challenge your students to make their personal narratives come to life with strong action words, feelings, and thoughts. This lesson will help young learners develop their creativity and writing skills.
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Guess the Operation
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Guess the Operation
Want to strengthen your student’s multiplication and division skills? This lesson uses fact families to help students practice those skills.
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My View as an Ant
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My View as an Ant
Give students a chance to experience a different point of view! This fANTastic lesson on narrative style turns young readers into characters of Chris Van Allsburg's Two Bad Ants.
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How Much is a Million?
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How Much is a Million?
One million is a hard number for young children to grasp. This lesson will help students understand how large of a number one million is and what is represents.
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Identifying Character Traits
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Identifying Character Traits
What's your "it"? This lesson incorporates Tony Dungy's You Can Do It! into some hands-on activities that help students learn about different character traits.
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What is My Place Value?
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What is My Place Value?
Expand on your students' knowledge of base ten numbers with this lesson that introduces the students to the place and value of digits within a number.
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Piecing Together U.S. Cities
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Piecing Together U.S. Cities
Let’s travel across the United States! In this city-themed lesson that integrates reading and social studies, students explore the culture and history of the cities in the United States.
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Sentence Detectives
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Sentence Detectives
Are your students ready to become detectives? This engaging lesson will have them searching for clues while improving their reading skills.
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All About the Pledge of Allegiance
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All About the Pledge of Allegiance
In this lesson, your students will practice their reading comprehension and vocabulary with the Pledge of Allegiance. They will reflect on the meaning of the pledge.
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What is the Question?
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What is the Question?
This lesson introduces students to the punctuation mark at the end of the sentence, the question mark. Your students will study sentences to determine whether or not to use a question mark.
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The Life of a Seashell
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The Life of a Seashell
Have your students explore the writing process by imagining the life of a seashell. This neat writing lesson features The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle, seashells, and tons of creative storytelling fun.
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Super Suffixes
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Super Suffixes
Suffixes can do some amazing things. They can turn "power" into "powerful," "big" into "bigger," and "fear" into "fearless." This hands-on lesson allows young writers to build their own words using different root words and suffixes.
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This lesson helps students learn about asking and answering questions about a text. It also exposes them to valuable lessons about trying to figure out their dreams and not giving up along the way.
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Characters Change Just Like We Do
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Characters Change Just Like We Do
Change is inevitable, even for story characters! In this lesson, your students will determine how a character changes throughout a story by focusing on the character’s dialogue and actions.
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Round ‘Em Up!
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Round ‘Em Up!
A line, an arrow, and a simple rule are all that separate students from rounding success. This lesson will give young mathematicians an engaging overview of place values and rounding.
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Collect and graph! In this lesson, your students will practice collecting, organizing, and interpreting data by using real life examples.
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Parts of Speech: Breaking Down Sentences
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Parts of Speech: Breaking Down Sentences
Let your students find out that the sentences they speak so easily are formed of many different parts. Have them break down sentences to learn the various parts that form a sentence!