Reading Comprehension; Listening Comprehension; Letter Writing; National Poetry Month
This unit plan from the Academy of American Poets encourages students to explore poems by historical and contemporary poets.
Arts and Crafts; Poetry Writing; Early Writing
Students write, paint, and stitch their words together into a poetry quilt with this collaborative project.
Social Studies; Literature; Compare and Contrast; Literature Appreciation; Arts and Creativity
Celebrate the wonders of springtime with this story about a young girl who enjoys the sights and smells of the season.
Cooperation and Teamwork; Listening and Speaking; Early Social Skills; Class Projects; Recycling
Clifford the Big Red Dog teaches us the importance of working together to care for our environment!
Early Science; Science Experiments and Projects; Plants and Flowers; Scientific Method and Process; Spring
Teach about water movement with this experiment in which students observe how water gets from the root of a plant to the top.
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Lesson plans, activities, and other resources to help you teach about and reflect upon the Holocaust
Expand your students' understanding of the famous diary by introducing them to two heroic women who bravely helped Anne Frank.
Students will learn how to care for the planet and investigate the effects of over-consumption and pollution of natural resources.
Grow adorable grass friends, create terrarium worlds, make galaxy putty, and become an amateur geologist.
Children will develop math skills including measurement, estimation, and prediction in this ready-to-use teaching idea for mixed ages.
Prepare for Earth Day or any day with 16 student-selected projects to help our environment. Students can choose digital or traditional presentation options.
Students actively explore, observe, and learn about poetry through centers in preparation for writing poems later.
Encourages students to learn about ancient Japanese Samurai through reading, repsonding to, and writing haiku.
Hungry Caterpillars, Who's Your Momma, and other fun educational games will help you teach your students about life cycles and food chains.
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