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When to Use "Me", "Myself" and "I"Lesson Planet
3 mins 2nd - 7th CCSS: Adaptable
Clarify your kids' writing with a video about pronouns, specifically me, myself, and I. As kids watch the short video, they see cute robots demonstrate the proper use of each pronoun, as well as the definitions of reflexive and intensive...
Will He See His Shadow? Groundhog Day ActivitiesLesson Planet
Pre-K - 4th CCSS: Adaptable
What a fantastic collection of activities for celebrating Groundhog Day! This resource includes a variety of holiday reading selections, groundhog facts, links to printables, story comprehension lessons, and much more!
Common Core State Standards: Second Grade WorkbookLesson Planet
2nd CCSS: Designed
You've hit the second grade Common Core jackpot! Find over 40 pages of curriculum designed specifically for the standards, both math and language arts. Printable versions of each standard can be used as learning displays, and attractive...
Writing a Classroom StoryLesson Planet
K - 2nd CCSS: Designed
New ReviewRemember a special event with a book written by the class. As a whole, scholars discuss a field trip, visitor, or assembly recounting events that stand out in their memory. While you record learners' input, participants practice their...
Unit 14: Waging Peace - Election MonitoringLesson Planet
2nd - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
How does a former president play a role in defending democracy? Around the world, many groups protest fair and free elections. By challenging issues such as complicated ballots and voter intimidation, the Carter Center works tirelessly...
Unit 1: Children’s Letters to President CarterLesson Planet
2nd - 4th CCSS: Adaptable
If young historians could ask the president to make one change, what would it be? Budding activists consider this question using letters to Jimmy Carter written during the energy crisis of the 1970s. After they examine handwritten...
The Ugly Duckling Resource GuideLesson Planet
K - 5th CCSS: Designed
Our differences aren't meant to divide us! Use Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale "The Ugly Duckling" to reinforce the concept that appearances don't define someone's character, and that there is always somewhere where we belong.