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Cover can, may, will, and shall with this instructional activity on using modals in the present tense. Starting off with a warm-up activity, the resource includes a text to analyze, examples of modals, and exercises with answers. The language in the instructional activity is relatively complex, so you might need to alter the vocabulary depending on the level of your class.
First graders read Henry and Mudge and the Long Weekend and search for root words.  In this Henry and Mudge lesson, 1st graders read for comprehension.  Students look for words with suffixes -ed and -ing.  Students separate the root from the ending. Students write a summary of the story.
In this preposition matching worksheet, students are given 10 pictures in the left column. Students must match the prepositions that are shown in the right column.
Young scholars demonstrate conflict resolution through role play. In this character education lesson, students listen to the fairy tale Frogs and Newts or Gold Coins and discuss the power of words have on people. Young scholars complete a role playing activity and are asked comprehension questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy.
Students examine the differences between singular and plural nouns and practice using antecedents. In this pronoun and antecedent lesson, students review the significance of pronoun and antecedent agreements, work in pairs to practice writing sentences, and write poems based on any pronoun and its proper antecedent.  
Students develop English vocabulary skills. In this second language instructional activity, students read the book Jambo Means Hello and discuss the book. Students construct their own ABC book by using their language and explaining the words in English. Students illustrate the pages of the book and the cover as well.
Explore world history by creating a presentation of a famous person. Middle schoolers identify the uses of timelines and choose a person they would like to research. After utilizing the Internet to research their famous person, learners create a timeline of the subject's life and present their research to class in a multimedia presentation.
Fifth graders explore the concept of momentum with this investigation. In this momentum lesson plan, 5th graders build a model roller coaster in order to explore momentum. Then work in groups to design a toothpick roller coaster that is creative and creates the most speed for the marble.
Students explore language arts by participating in poetry writing activities. In this conflict management lesson, students discuss the emotions that they feel when being teased and discussed. Students read a Maya Angelou poem titled "Still I Rise" and answer study questions about the content.
Students explore human psychology by researching the teachings of Confucius. In this philosophical ideals lesson, students read quotes and stories based around the life of the famous Chinese leader. Students answer discussion questions based on the philosophy of Confucius.
How can you get your class to recognize that plants need light and water complete the process of photosynthesis? Try a hands on experiment. They work to determine the effect of light and water on seeds, record their results, and discuss what they have discovered.
The distributive property is a handy bit of knowledge. Explore math functions by participating in a problem solving activity. Learners define what the distributive property is and solve several problems in class using it. They utilize the property to find the area of different sized rectangles and check their work with classmates.
Students explore language arts by participating in a song singing activity. In this rhythm lesson, students listen to a recording of the song "Bingo" in class. Students identify the song patterns and sing it themselves before creating farm animals out of arts and crafts.
Students identify how elements interact. In this chemistry lesson, students create "gak" by mixing glue, borax and food dye together in a ziplock bag. Students observe the changes in the substances and record them.
Practice dividing decimals with your math class. They will review long division skills and review how to move the decimal place during division. Then they complete worksheets to demonstrate their comprehension of this skill.
Print this matching instructional activity for your beginning Spanish speakers. There are 10 pictures, and learners must match the picture with its coordinating vocabulary word. Basic food vocabulary words are included (sopa, pollo, bistec, etc.).
In this ESL worksheet, students will focus on the various parts of a home. Students will analyze six pictures and choose the correct answer to tell what room is depicted in each photo.
In this ESL verbs of actions worksheet, students will analyze the activities pictured. Students will choose the correct verb that is depicted in each of the ten photographs.
In this future tense worksheet, students will practice using the phrase, "Going to." Students will write 8 sentences with the time frame in the future that is provided for each question.
In this eating out instructional activity, students practice matching ten food items on the right to their appropriate pictures on the left.

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