Upper Elementary Resources
Lesson plans, resources, and activities for teaching upper elementary grades 4-6.
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Upper Elementary Resources
Teachers, want to help your elementary and middle school students improve their writing and gain confidence? Use the COPS editing strategy! This simple strategy will teach your students to edit their sentences and paragraphs, strengthening their writing skills. Use it to create an anchor chart, classroom poster, or even student bookmarks. Click to see how it works today! #peerediting #editingpractice
This engaging read aloud and directed drawing lesson is a perfect activity for Presidents Day! Teach students in elementary and middle school about the life of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln with a read aloud by the author and a directed drawing by the illustrator. Your students will love it! Comprehension questions are also included to make sure your students stay on task and focused throughout the lesson. Click to see more today!
Add this FREE dialogue rules anchor chart to your next narrative writing unit! All the basic dialogue rules are included to get your 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students started with dialogue punctuation and format. Examples for the rules are also included! You can also use the printable freebie in writing portfolios, interactive notebooks, and more! Click to download it for free today! #anchorchart #dialogue #writing #teacher
Teach students in upper elementary and middle school how to analyze mood in literature with this FREE anchor chart, word list, and worksheet! Use these free teaching materials to teach students in 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade how to analyze the mood of any fiction text, including short stories, poems, novels, & more! Click to download this printable and digital freebie today! #mood #freebie
Take the stress out of teaching the Constitution! Each worksheet focuses on a different aspect of the Constitution and includes informational text, vocabulary support, and a graphic organizer. The Constitution worksheets can be used independently or made into student workbooks. Answer keys are included for easy grading or use with a substitute. #constitution #worksheets #ushistory
Do your students know the basic parts of a business letter? Can they write a professional letter using the correct format and style? Teach your upper elementary, middle school, and high school students how to write a professional business letter using this FREE example letter and printable template. Click the link to download the business letter freebies today!
Teach upper elementary, middle school, and high school students how to evaluate online sources with this free website credibility checklist. This printable and digital checklist is perfect for your digital literacy or research skills unit! Use the checklist to help students find reliable internet sources. A printable PDF and digital Google Classroom version is included! Click to get your freebie now! #freeprintable #crediblesources #medialiteracy #form #teacher
Use this lesson plan to teach 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students about the major causes of the American Revolution. The lesson is designed for students in upper elementary and middle school to be able to identify and describe main events leading to the Revolutionary War. Vocabulary support, close reading, and a timeline activity are included to teach students about this critical time in US history. Click to add it to your American Revolution Unit today! #ushistory
Add this fun creative writing activity to your next history or social studies unit! Any historical figure will work! Your 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, or middle school students will write a thank-you note to an important person from history. Everything you need for a fun and engaging creative writing activity is included! Use the printable and digital materials with homeschool or remote learning too!
Add this your Civil War Unit! This Emancipation Proclamation primary source analysis lesson is a perfect for 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. Your students will use the worksheets and activities to analyze Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation using guided questioning, summary writing, and an extension activity. This printable and digital lesson plan is great for social studies small groups or learning centers! You can also use it in your Google Classroom! Grab it today! #commoncore #forkids
Teach your students about the American Revolution with this engaging battle stations activity! Focus on the decisive battles of the Revolutionary War using this printable and digital lesson. This activity is perfect for 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Students in upper elementary and middle school will love getting up, moving, and learning about the different American Revolution battles. Add to your your American Revolution or 13 Colonies Unit! Click to see more! #forkids #fifthgrade