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DNA Lesson PlanDNA Teachers Guide

DNA

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Our DNA lesson plan teaches students about the basics of DNA. Students learn related lesson vocabulary and learn why DNA is so important to life.

Early Humans Lesson PlanEarly Humans Teachers Guide

Early Humans

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Our Early Humans lesson plan teaches students about the origins, movements, lifestyle, and characteristics of early humans. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Earthquakes and Volcanoes Lesson PlanEarthquakes and Volcanoes Teachers Guide

Earthquakes and Volcanoes

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Our free downloadable PDF Earthquakes and Volcanoes lesson plan explores the causes and effects of volcanoes and earthquakes. During this lesson, students are asked to color in and label a diagram of an erupting volcano, reinforcing the application of basic earthquake and volcano vocabulary in a fun and interactive way. Students are also as

Eclipses Lesson PlanEclipses Teachers Guide

Eclipses

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Our Eclipses lesson plan teaches students about solar and lunar eclipses. Students learn related vocabulary and learn the differences between solar and lunar eclipses and how to differentiate between the two.

Ecosystems and Environments Lesson PlanEcosystems and Environments Teachers Guide

Ecosystems and Environments

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Our free downloadable PDF Ecosystems and Environments lesson plan introduces students to the concepts and basics of ecosystems and environments. During this lesson, students are asked to review given pairs of organisms and tell how they interact with each other in their ecosystem, including if and how they help each other. Students are also

Electricity Lesson PlanElectricity Teachers Guide

Electricity

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In our Electricity lesson plan, students learn how to define electricity and identify different types of electricity. Students also learn about how electric currents travel.

Evidence and Reasoning Lesson PlanEvidence and Reasoning Teachers Guide

Evidence and Reasoning

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In our Evidence and Reasoning lesson plan, students learn strategies for using evidence and reasoning to support a claim. Students practice identifying the evidence and reasoning in a text that is supporting a claim and writing their own.

Excretory System Lesson PlanExcretory System Teachers Guide

Excretory System

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Our free downloadable PDF Excretory System lesson plan introduces students to the basics of the excretory system. During this lesson, students are asked to work with a partner to create a story from the perspective of a drop of liquid on a journey through the excretory system, illustrating the processes of the excretory system in a creative

Extinct/Endangered Animals Lesson PlanExtinct/Endangered Animals Teachers Guide

Extinct/Endangered Animals

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Our Extinct/Endangered Animals lesson plan teaches students about what it means for an animal to be extinct or endangered and some examples of animals that are either extinct or endangered. Students also differentiate between being endangered and extinct.

Extinction Lesson PlanExtinction Teachers Guide

Extinction

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Our free downloadable PDF Extinction lesson plan explores the different causes of extinction and gives examples of extinct animals. During this lesson, students are asked to differentiate between surviving, endangered and extinct animals, categorizing animals in each to demonstrate their understanding of these terms. Students are also asked

Farms and Food Lesson PlanFarms and Food Teachers Guide

Farms and Food

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In our Farms and Food lesson plan, students learn about how farms produce much of the food that we eat. Students learn the steps of farming, why farms are so important, and how food gets from the farms to grocery stores.

Fish Lesson PlanFish Teachers Guide

Fish

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Our Fish lesson plan teaches students about fish, including their defining characteristics and some of the different types. Students also compare fish to other types of organisms, learn how to differentiate between different types of fish, and learn related vocabulary.

Five Senses Lesson PlanFive Senses Teachers Guide

Five Senses

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In our Five Senses lesson plan, students learn about each of the five senses and what they do. Students come up with their own examples of something they experience with each sense in order to connect the lesson to the real world.

Flowers and Fertilization Lesson PlanFlowers and Fertilization Teachers Guide

Flowers and Fertilization

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In our Flowers and Fertilization lesson plan, students learn about flowers and how fertilizations, or pollination, works. Students also learn to identify pollinators and label the parts of a flower.

Food Chain Lesson PlanFood Chain Teachers Guide

Food Chain

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Our free dowloadable PDF Food Chain lesson plan teaches students to follow the path of a food chain and define the terms related to a food chain. This lesson builds vocabulary, including what it means to be a primary or secondary consumer, as well as defines the terms carnivore, herbivore and omnivore, as it explores the concept of the foo

Food Groups Lesson PlanFood Groups Teachers Guide

Food Groups

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Our free downloadable PDF Food Groups lesson plan introduces the students to the five food groups using the USDA My Plate recommendations. During this lesson, students are asked to review a provided grocery store flyer, cut apart at least 5 images for each food group, glue each of the images inside the correct food group box, and answer the

Food Labels Lesson PlanFood Labels Teachers Guide

Food Labels

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Our Food Labels lesson plan teaches students what food labels, how to read them, and what information they give consumers. Students practice reading food labels for specific information and label example food labels.

Force and Motion Lesson PlanForce and Motion Teachers Guide

Force and Motion

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In our Force and Motion lesson plan, students learn about the physics concepts of force and motion, including Newton’s Laws of Motion. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Often, the science curriculum in primary and elementary schools lacks the necessary and effective teaching strategies for the typical classroom teacher.  However, all of the elementary science lesson plans that we create are convenient and valuable tools to help every elementary school-aged child become more fluent in a wide variety of topics that are a part of every school’s science curriculum.

Each lesson plan for science will introduce your students to plants or animals, ecosystems and environments, organs and systems of the body, atoms and molecules, weather, physics topics, earth science, or other science concepts and each lesson can be easily used by classroom teachers or homeschooling parents.

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Often, the science curriculum in primary and elementary schools lacks the necessary and effective teaching strategies for the typical classroom teacher.  However, all of the elementary science lesson plans that we create are convenient and valuable tools to help every elementary school-aged child become more fluent in a wide variety of topics that are a part of every school’s science curriculum. Each lesson plan for science will introduce your students to plants or animals, ecosystems and environments, organs and systems of the body, atoms and molecules, weather, physics topics, earth science, Read more