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#### Apple Exploration

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
Turn your classroom into a farmers' market! Reading Applesauce Season by Eden Ross Lipson or Monica Wellington’s Apple Farmer Annie, launches this investigation of apples, farmers' markets, and the people selling products. The class...
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#### Shapes and Measuring

For Teachers K - 3rd Standards
Youngsters develop mathematical vocabulary with this worksheet. First, give youngsters time to identify their vocabulary words in the picture provided. Then, as a group, practice saying the vocabulary words aloud. Finally, have learners...
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#### Seasons on a Farm

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
Reading The Year at Maple Hill Farm by Alice and Martin Provensen and Kathy Henderson’s And the Good Brown Earth launches this exploration of the growing cycle and the seasonal changes in a garden. Groups create month collages...
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#### Tricorn Triangles

For Teachers K - 1st Standards
Help your learners examine triangles. Pupils explore the different sizes and measurements of triangles. They discover triangles can be isosceles or scalene, and examine the attributes of triangles. Here is the website where you can find...
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#### Twisted Tangrams

For Teachers K - 4th Standards
Primary geometers create a picture using tangrams. In this geometry lesson plan, learners read Grandfather Tang: A Tale Told with Tangrams, cut out their own tangrams, and choose a character from the story to make using their tangram...
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#### Defining Shapes

For Teachers 1st Standards
Every shape can have defining and non-defining attributes. First graders attempt to understand the differences between attributes like size and color, and those such as the number of sides and vertices. They define shapes by their...
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#### Sentence Structure: Cut, Paste, Write

For Teachers 1st Standards
There isn't a first grader alive that doesn't just love cut-and-paste activities. Add a little interest to your regular sentence writing lesson by having the class cut, paste, and write a series of sentences in the proper order. There...
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#### Origami Geometry

For Teachers 2nd - 5th Standards
Origami is an excellent way to combine Japanese culture, art, and geometric shapes into one engaging instructional activity! Scholars begin by listening to the story Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes and learn the origin of the...
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#### Practice Equivalent Fractions

For Students 4th - 5th Standards
Fourth and fifth graders look at the pictures of nine circle fraction pieces and draw lines between the ones that show the same amount. They label each fraction circle. They split fraction pieces in the next 9 examples, and draw the new...
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#### Teacher's Helper

For Students K - 1st Standards
Here are two great worksheets that cover totally different topics. The first requires learners to find, match, and write words from the word bank under the correct long vowel spelling patter. The second has them practice identifying...
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#### Attribute Cards

For Students K - 1st Standards
Print these shapes on cardstock, laminate them, cut them out, and use them to teach kindergarten and first graders about the attributes of shapes.
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#### Beef or Dairy?

For Teachers K - 3rd Standards
Guernsey, Jersey, Holstein. Brangus, Charoloais, Herford. Here’s a truly cross-curricular resource that combines language arts, science, math, and visual arts activities as class members learn to distinguish between beef and dairy...
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#### A Field of Beans

For Teachers 1st - 4th Standards
Beans, or legumes as they are sometimes called, are the topic for an integrated multi-subject lesson plan. Youngsters will read, write, observe, and research everything there is to know about beans. They read a bean story, conduct a bean...
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#### Agriculture in Motion

For Teachers K - 3rd Standards
Youngsters learn about simple machines that could be used on a farm.  They learn about agricluture, listen to a farmer speak, compare and contrast different farm machines, and then design their own. Note that although the publisher...