# Tag Archives: lesson

## World History- lessons, games, activities, and PowerPoints

Links to lesson plans, games, PowerPoints, and classroom activities: http://worldhistory.mrdonn.org/index.html

## Character Scrapbook- language arts, reading lesson for elementary or intermediate grades

From scholastic.com Use the reader’s response activity to analyze the characters in any book. Print and collect your scrapbook pages. Click on the following link: http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/scrapbook/index.htm

## Math Manipulatives- geometry lessons, links, hands-on for early to late elementary grades

From mathplayground.com Pattern Blocks- http://www.mathplayground.com/patternblocks.html Geoboard- http://www.mathplayground.com/geoboard.html Measuring Angles- http://www.mathplayground.com/measuringangles.html

## Make fog in a jar!- science experiment

Lesson from http://eo.ucar.edu/webweather/cloudact1.html The purpose of this experiment is to observe fog formation. Black paper Gallon jar Colored warm water Matches Gallon size bag of ice 1. Tape the black paper on the back of the jar, so you can’t … Continue reading

## Construct a Worm Farm- science lesson/science experiment for elementary

From msichicago.org How do worms help plants grow? Create a worm farm and explore the important role worms play in your garden. Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago Here’s the Materials You’ll Need: Large jar with a lid, like a … Continue reading

## Civil War- social studies lesson plan for intermediate or late elementary grades

Title – Civil War By – Jill Harris Subject – Social Studies, Language Arts Grade Level – Grade: 5 TEKS: (5.1) Listening/Speaking/purposes. The student listens actively and purposefully in a variety of settings. The student is expected to: (A) determine … Continue reading

## Telling Time- math lesson plan

Mandi Fraley and Robyn Boyd Lesson Plan (T267 – Bay) TOPIC: Telling Time (by the hour) GRADE LEVEL: First OBJECTIVE OF LESSON: The students will be able to describe and analyze what time is to them. They students will also … Continue reading

## Using Parallax to Determine Distances- math lesson plan for high school

AUTHOR: Neil Priddy Grade Level(s): 10, 11, 12 Subject(s): Mathematics/Measurement OVERVIEW: Parallax is not only used by astronomers to determine the distance of many stars, and other heavenly objects, but is also one of the ways humans use to determine … Continue reading

## Integrating Math into a Spring Thematic Unit- math/measurement lesson plan for elementary grades

Submitted by: Mary Pat Grafwallner Endorsed by: Paul Soik Aurora University Grade Level(s): 2, 3, 4 Subject(s): Mathematics/Measurement Description of lesson: Students will actively explore mathematical concepts through problem solving while in cooperative learning groups. Analysis, data collection, and investigative … Continue reading

## Inch by Inch-math/measurement lesson plan for elementary

Submitted by: Sonya Neeper Grade Level: 2, 3 Subject(s): Mathematics/Measurement Language Arts/Literature/Children’s Literature Arts Duration: Two 45-minute sessions Description: Inch by Inch is a lesson dealing with measurement and estimation. It integrates reading and art. Goals: Students will be able … Continue reading

## Identify Money- math lesson plan for early elementary

For early elementary Ask student to identify coins (both heads and tails) and state their values. Which coin is worth the most? Which is worth the least? Ask students to identify coins through riddles: “On one side of me there … Continue reading

## Counting Money-math lesson plan for elementary

A classroom store helps children not only to recognize money, but also to value it. Set up a store with inexpensive toys, pencils, erasers, candy, etc. Children earn money by bringing in homework, good behavior, etc. This money is then … Continue reading

## Measurement- math lesson plans for early elementary grades

Using Cuisenaire rods, Unifix cubes or straws, measure the length of the child’s desk, a tall book, and the seat of a chair. Use paper clips to measure shorter objects. If you use rods of a different color or larger … Continue reading

## Travel Brochure- social studies/geography lesson for late elementary or high school grades

Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Materials needed: travel magazines booklets, pamphlets from travel agencies binder Lesson: After learning about a state, region, or country, have students make a travel brochure. This should include pictures of important places, geographical … Continue reading