Lesson Plans & Worksheets for Grades 1 & 2
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Up in the Clouds: Summer Science for Kindergarten and First Grade You probably remember a carefree day when you were a child lying in the grass watching the clouds form different shapes. Time stood still and it was so relaxing. Do you ever wish you could do that again? You can! Turn it into a cross curriculum lesson: science, art and literature.
Food and Fireworks: Summer Celebrations for Kindergarten and First Grade It’s summertime, a time for patriotic celebrations to enjoy outdoors. July 4 marks the anniversary of Congress adopting the Declaration of Independence in 1776. It is the document, which declared that the colonies would be free of British rule. A book and activities are included in this lesson plan.
Pour It On! Second Graders Study Liquids As students study the properties of matter they learn to be more observant of things around them. In this lesson students observe several liquids and think of descriptive words for each. Are all liquids alike? If not, can they be different from each other and still be liquids?
Add and Subtract Within 100: Activities for Second Grade Students After students have been introduced to beginning math concepts, it is important to reinforce the concepts using a variety of techniques. Make it fun but challenging. Work independently, in small groups or as a whole class. Here are a few ideas to support a second grade objective.
Our Sun is a Star! A First Grade Science Lesson Harness their energy and curiosity as students begin to look beyond their own little worlds. Plan some demonstrations to increase their knowledge about the sun. This lesson can be done over a few days depending on your allotted time and whether days are sunny.