Grammar and Punctuation; Parts of Speech
A mini-lesson, a video, and four fun reproducible practice pages for teaching adjectives
Plot, Character, Setting; Story Elements; Reading Response; Vocabulary; Writing
In this unit, students act as reading detectives to discover the elements of a mystery.
Curriculum Development; Multiplication and Division; Halloween
These hands-on Halloween math games make learning multiplication a little spooky and a lot of fun!
Reading; Math; Citizenship; Democracy; Public Speaking
Students utilize math and language arts skills as they plan a presidential campaign for a fictional character.
Teaching Suspense With Goosebumps
Ghosts, Monsters, Vampires, Witches; Drawing Conclusions and Making Inferences; Literary Devices; Creative Writing
Students will think critically about what keeps a reader engaged in a story and practice their own suspense writing
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Check out Goosebumps-themed lessons and online activities, and learn more about author R.L. Stine.
Get your classroom in the Halloween spirit with a history of monsters, the science of bats, and other fun topics to teach on this spooky holiday.
Engage students in high-flying science lesson that covers the bat's physical characteristics and habitat, echolocation, and more.
Celebrate pumpkins, fall foliage, and the harvest with music, science, and art lesson plans!
Build vocabulary word comprehension skills as well as word-learning strategies related to presidential elections.
Teach your students about the life cycle of pumpkins through nonfiction books, as well as observation activities.
This lesson plan gives younger students an in-depth look into the First Thanksgiving and helps them understand the experiences of the Pilgrims on their voyage to the New World.
Now aligned to Common Core State Standards! With this lesson plan, take a closer look at the historical significance of the Pilgrims' voyage, settlement, and first harvest celebration.
With Common Core-aligned lesson plans, your students will explore the relationships between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag, including their experiences, actions, and decisions relating to the settlement of Plimoth colony.
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