Instructional Objective: During the lesson on equivalent fractions, the student will count equal parts of a whole, label fractional parts of a whole, and identify fractions by writing equivalent fractions.
Objectives: After reading Three Little Pigs, the student will be able to sequence the story, beginning, middle, and end, with one complete sentence describing each section. After reading The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig, the student will compare/contrast the similarities an
Objective: Given Playdoh and a sentence strip, the student will be able to spell their 12 spelling words correctly by utilizing the spelling strategy “Say the word slowly and listen to what you can hear,” because spelling helps with reading and makes you a super smart writ
Learning Goal: The student will know how famous Missourians: Lewis and Clark and Mark Twain, contributed to our state and national heritage. Objective: Given a graphic organizer, the student will identify and describe 5 contributions to our state and national heritage by famous Missou
Learning Goal: Physical changes in the state of matter that result from thermal changes can be explained by the Kinetic Theory of Matter Objective: Through observations of different forms of matter in different states, the students will be able to identify physical properties of a sol
The goal of this lesson plan is to introduce the signs for different manners: Please & Thank You, Hello & Goodbye and I’m Sorry. I know that by introducing these manners in the form of sign language will help to open up the lines of communication in my classroom; between class