Elementary Cross-Curricular Common Core UnitsUnits and lessons that span subject areas incorporating the Common Core objectives. Some links take you to a grade specific unit or lesson. Other links will take you to a links page with a variety of grades and units available. We hope these are useful to you in your planning.
Integrating Language Arts and Math
Ideas for integrating language arts and math.
Writing Across the Curriculum
Choose from Hundreds of Lesson Plans by Grade and/or Skill.
ReadWorks’ lesson plans draw on proven research and are aligned to Common Core and State Standards. Browse our full list of free lessons and comprehension worksheets. Many popular children's literature books represented here.Charlotte's WebMany reproducibles to go along with the book Charlotte's Web
Pulaski County Special School District's Common Core Mapping Project
Arkansas ISD curriculum based on the Gates Foundation first edition maps. Common Core's Maps in English Language Arts translate the new Common Core State Standards for Kindergarten through 12th grade into unit maps that teachers can use to plan their year, craft their own more detailed curriculum, and create lesson plans.Common Core Fall Literacy First Grade FREEBIE!!!MANY First Grade Fall Literacy activitiesCommon Core in the Content Areas: Charley the Female Stagecoach DriverActivities connected to a unit on Westward Expansion.Free Freckle Juice 20 page unit aligned to the Common CoreTeachers Pay Teachers Unit PlansThis page has multitple links for cross-curricular plans for all grade levels. Some plans are free. Some plans are pay only.Using the Common Core to Teach Kindergarteners to Recognize Common Types of TextsThis kindergarten Common Core Standards lesson plan is more than just a lesson, actually. In its entirety, it’s a short unit that contains three or four days’ worth of material to help kids learn rhyme and the difference between a poem and a story.In a Garden-ELA Common Core and Science Worm unitCost associated with this unit. Teachers pay Teachers.This unit was created to serve as a science-based, literature-rich unit for first grade students. Though this was designed with first graders in mind, it is easily adaptable to second and third grade students, who will be able to work more independently on the same projects.
National Geographic Young Explorer
Teacher's Guide Companion for the student magazines.A Primary Grade Science Unit Using the Language Arts/Literacy Common CoreThe factual information children will learn in this science unit is that to remain healthy we need to eat healthy food. Healthy food supplies our bodies with nutrients and vitamins that give us energy and strength to work, play, and grow. People need to have about three servings a day of healthy foods.