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114 reviewed resources for capital letters and punctuation

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Weekly Lesson Plan- Guided Reading

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders listen to a letter from a bear and his mother which is downloaded from a website before writing question they could ask the bear. They examine a postcard written by the character, find the which country Boston is in, and...
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Classroom Pet Exchange

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Young scholars correspond with another class, long distance via e-mail and written letters. They exchange a stuffed pet with the other class and write in a journal.
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Word Processing Valentines

For Teachers Pre-K - 6th
Students create Valentines Day cards. In this rhyming and patterns lesson, students complete poems with rhyming words. Students type the poems with correct punctuation and capitalization. Students then decorate their cards.
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Punctuating Dialogue

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students punctuate sentences containing dialogue. In this dialogue lesson students solve and create sentence puzzles which are sentences cut into individual parts.
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Pumpkins-How Do They Grow?

For Teachers 1st
What a creative way to have students discuss plants! Learners use educational software to complete a graphic organizer on the basic needs of a pumpkin plant, and then write sentences describing their findings. This is a great way to...
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Writing Pacing Charts

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
A week of word choice lessons is laid out here for your convenience! Learners focus on strong and weak verbs in several activities over five days. There are literature suggestions, and each day pupils complete a mini-lesson, workshop,...
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Sending E-mail

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Middle schoolers learn about writing and sending e-mail. They discuss the differences between the ways messages may travel. Then, they learn and compare the writing process between e-mail and regular mail.
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"Painting" More Expressive Language

For Teachers K - 1st
Young scholars listen to the book Papa, Please Get The Moon For Me, by Eric Carle. They create an illustration using a computer paint program. Learners type one sentence describing their picture into a text box in the paint program to...
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Narrative Writing

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Learners create new sentences using adverb clauses identified from a book.  In this narrative writing activity, students write new sentences from some of the dependent clauses used in a book read to them by the teacher.  Learners put the...
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The Rockin' Rock Cycle: Metamorphic Rocks

For Teachers 3rd - 5th Standards
Students study the formation of metamorphic rock. In this metamorphic rock lesson, students examine how metamorphic rock forms as part of the rock cycle. They review the rock cycle using chocolate chips, conduct Internet research, and...
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Fish Tales

For Teachers 1st
Have your class learn about marine life. Learners write a story about a fish, create an art project, and share their work with the class. This experience could be enhanced by having them conduct Internet research to discover some of the...
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Publishing

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders create a final draft of an original realistic fiction story. In this language arts instructional activity, 5th graders discuss what should be in place in order for a piece of writing to be published. Students share their...
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Elvis

For Teachers 1st
In this excellent music and history lesson, 1st graders watch movies and listen to music sung by Elvis Presley, then draw and write as if they were a famous singer. This entertaining and inventive lesson has a terrific assessment...
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Who Do You Know?

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Students research and describe the contributions of African-American men and women. They write their notes in a Microsoft Word document. They present their information to the class.
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Mystery Eggs

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Learners investigate the properties of plastic eggs filled with solids, liquids, and gases and use these observations to hypothesize whether a chicken egg is hard-boiled or raw.
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Building a Better Sentence

For Teachers 1st
Sentence construction is both a science and an art. This bare bones lesson ties an analysis of earth's geology to sentence formation. Although referenced as a major part of the activity, there are no links to the technology or resources...
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The Causes of Pollution

For Teachers 3rd - 5th Standards
Learners identify types of pollution. For this environmental lesson, students view a video and discuss the types of pollution. Learners create a poster to suggest ways to prevent pollution.
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Capitalization

For Teachers 9th
Ninth graders analyze the rules for proper use of capitalization strategies and apply them to a variety of writing situations. Proofreading skills are utilized as corrections are made.
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Welcome to our Classroom

For Teachers 2nd Standards
Second graders create a classroom resource book for substitutes to help them feel more comfortable and familiar with faces and procedures in our classroom and school. They develop skill in using a digital camera and computer technology.
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Time Flies

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Middle schoolers read and summarize children's books. In this summarizing lesson, students discuss multiple aspects of elements of literature and work in pairs to examine and summarize a well known children's book. A list of suggested...
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Pathwise Instruction Plan-Sequencing Events

For Teachers 1st
First graders write an expository paragraph. In this paragraph writing literacy lesson, 1st graders activate prior knowledge about the components of a paragraph, then listen to the story Pumpkin, Pumpkin, by Jean Titherington. Students...
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Making an Impact

For Teachers 1st
First graders analyze character who make an impact in a story. In this character impact lesson plan, 1st graders make connections to the real world, draw scences from the story and describe the impact a character made.
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The Trumpet of the Swan

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders discuss how people overcome problems in everyday life. In this problem/solution lesson plan, 5th graders read the book The Trumpet of the Swan and discuss the problems of the characters. Students share problems they face or...
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Double Jeopardy-Homophones

For Teachers 2nd
Second graders identify homophones as words that sound alike but have different meanings. They, given a pair of homophones, are to explain the meanings of the words using gestures, role playing, or drawing a picture with their partner.