American Contributions with Benjamin Franklin Lesson Plans

American Contributions with Benjamin Franklin Lesson Plans
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This is the third week of the Common Core Language Arts Unit titled American Contributions. In this third week your students will be learning about Benjamin Franklin.

10 detailed lessons for shared reading and composition are ready to help you implement the 5th unit "American Contributions" into your classroom. These lessons are intended for the 5th unit of first grade but the lessons will easily work with second grade.

Week 3: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
6 pages of "I Can" statements
11 pages of detailed lesson plans
15 pages of printables ready to use

The books that you will need to fully implement these lessons are:

Benjamin Franklin by Wil Mara
A Picture Book of Benjamin Franklin by David A. Adler
and the poem/song from the website below

http://www.songsforteaching.com/history/benjaminfranklinbiography.htm

YOU WILL NOT NEED THIS LESSON IF YOU BUY THE "COMMON CORE LANGUAGE ARTS UNIT 5 AMERICAN CONTRIBUTIONS BUNDLE
American Contributors Bundle


© Mama Pearson All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original purchaser and is a one classroom license. It may not be posted on a public website where others have access to download it and it may not be translated into another language and then posted for free or for sale.


Total Pages
32
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week

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