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Figurative Language Lesson Plans

A-30   Figurative Language (New!)

Grades 4, 5, 6
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Teach your young writers the Figurative Language tools that will help them increase their vocabulary and enable the readers of their works to better visualize their story, poem or narrative verse. As well, help your students become proficient in discovering the [ see more ]

Going Places with Mrs. Munchkin Lesson Plans

Z-16   Going Places with Mrs. Munchkin

Grades K, 1
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Travel the world with Mrs. Munchkin! Our theme resource for transportation includes rebus stories, hands on activities, and more! The unit starts off with reading passages accompanied by extended discussion questions and activities... [ see more ]

Hands On Classification Lesson Plans

Z-1   Hands On Classification

Grades PK, K
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Included in Hands on Classification! are pictures that you've been searching for in magazines. These classification activities are for the beginning Kindergarten student. They are an introduction to manipulative activities. Most of the activities or work-jobs [ see more ]

The Mitten (Novel Study) Lesson Plans

Z-92   The Mitten (Novel Study)

Grades K, 1
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The Mitten is an adaptation of an old Ukrainian folktale, rewritten rebus style for young readers. Read and reread the story, allowing your audience to participate. Use the story props to tell the story a different way. Students can participate by telling the [ see more ]

What a Mess Lesson Plans

Z-2   What a Mess

Grades PK, K, 1
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What A Mess is a funny story about a girl who doesn't like to keep her room clean. Read the story as a supplement to your environmental theme study. Use the story as a kick start to a classroom environmental awareness project. Students will become responsible [ see more ]


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