Flocabulary - These Are the Five Things. Knowing the five elements of a story are essential to reading and writing stories. Have your students practice finding these elements and discussing how they can influence one another with this lesson plan.
Flocabulary - Students Teach the Civil Rights Movement. Use this lesson along with our video about the Civil Rights Movement to deepen students’ understanding of key events in black history while building their skills interpreting and explaining events in a style appropriate to a certain audience.
Flocabulary - Become a Map-Maker and Explorer. Use this lesson plan to commemorate Magellan’s arrival at the Pacific Ocean in November of 1520. It can be used to celebrate Geography Awareness Week or to build map skills all year long.
Flocabulary - Play "I Spy" with Adjectives. Build students’ skills using adjectives with a twist on the game of “I Spy.” Students will describe classroom objects with adjectives, and their peers will earn points by guessing the objects based on their descriptions.
Flocabulary - An Appetizing Way to Teach Nouns. In Flocabulary’s noun video, two hungry characters learn about nouns in a chef’s kitchen. Since nouns are the most delicious parts of speech (everything you eat is a noun!), your students may have food on their minds by the end of this song. Keep their focus with this writing activity about food and nouns.
Flocabulary - Students Get SMART with Their Goals. Help students set SMART goals with this lesson plan on goal setting. Students will use Flocab’s SMART goals video as a jumping off point to craft goals that are specific, measurable, actionable, realistic and timely.
Flocabulary - Identify and Use Eight Parts of Speech. Build students' writing skills with this lesson plan that covers nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, conjunctions, prepositions and interjections.