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ELD Lesson Planner: Animal Adventures
Excite the animal lovers in your 1st grade class with this lesson! After reading three animal stories from Houghton-Mifflin ("The Sleeping Pig," "EEK! There's a Mouse in the House," and "Red-Eyed Tree Frog"), learners practice sequencing events in past tense.
1st English Language Arts
How do you make a pet’s transition into your family a smooth one? Preparing for a pet and learning how to keep it safe is the focus of this research lesson. After searching the Internet for tips on animal care, pet owners and potential owners write a story to illustrate and share with the rest of the class.
K - 4th English Language Arts
Planning to Parent, Day 1: Infant Health
What do infants need? What are parental responsibilities? Why breastfeed? What are the pros and cons? When do infants sit-up, roll over, crawl, talk, get teeth, eat solid foods, and sleep through the night? So many questions, and this is just the beginning of an eighteen-year responsibility.
9th - 10th Health
How does one go about making a decision? Go with the flow, flip a coin? How about rock, paper, scissors? What things should be taken into consideration when making a decision? Does one need to consider benefits and/or consequences? A model is given in this lesson to help with the decision-making process.
3rd - 5th Health
Fact Or Opinion
Groups of junior highers find newspaper articles which contain both facts and opinions, and present examples of each to the class. The focus is on discerning between fact and opinion. Two excellent worksheets are embedded in the plan which reinforce the differences between fact and opinion.
7th English Language Arts
"Pride" by Dagoberto Gilb
Pride, the title of and the subject of an essay, is the focus of a series of post-reading but pre-discussion questions based on Dagoberto Gilb’s story. Readers are asked to summarize, identify the purpose, and find examples of showing writing in the work.
9th - 12th English Language Arts
New Review Marine Animal Husbandry and Training
Step into the role of a zoo director with several activities about animal training and running a zoo. Kids calculate the amount of food each animal needs, design a habitat for penguins, decide how to breed bottlenose dolphins, and train their classmates using animal training techniques.
7th - 12th Science
New Review Charlotte’s Web Lesson Plan
Make your classroom into a place of kindness and compassion with E.B White's Charlotte's Web. The first four pages of the lesson plan guide you through several steps and projects, including discussions on Charlotte and Wilbur's friendship, a word search with vocabulary from the story, and a papier mâché piggy bank.
4th - 6th English Language Arts
A Look at Exclusion Through Improvisation
Building a realistic understanding of the trials Jews suffered during WWII isn't always easy. This plan employs student constructed dramatic freeze frame scenes to help build a deeper understanding of Jewish Ghettos, concentration camps, and Nuremberg Laws.
7th - 9th Visual & Performing Arts
Life in Rome
Do you ever wonder what was life like in Ancient Rome? Wonder no longer, this slide show is here to answer your questions about ancient Roman clothing, food, religion, social structure, government, and education. Each slide provides an image and key facts pertaining to Roman life.
7th - 9th Social Studies & History
Exercise and Your Heart
Take a look at this four-page handout on exercise and the heart. Heart disease is the number one killer in the US, and most of that could be prevented. Learn about the benefits of physical activity and a longer healthier life. Check out some myths about exercise and what it really takes to stay in shape.
6th - 10th Health
Physical Activity and Energy
Does smiling take as much energy as running a lap around the track? Everything the body does requires energy. The more vigorous the activity, the more energy the body requires to perform the activity. Compare different low-energy activities and high-energy activities.
K - 5th Physical Education
Physical Activity and Energy
All physical activity requires energy. The more vigorous the physical activity, the more energy required to perform the activity. Sitting around requires energy. What? Yes, there are still physical things happening in the body, like breathing and the heart beating.
3rd - 5th Health
New Review Bullying Awareness
As a teacher, it's likely you're seeing bullying at your school in some capacity. Use these three activities as a refresher course for junior high schoolers on what bullying is, the severity of its consequences, and how they can make a significant impact.
5th - 8th Social Studies & History