Here are a few of the Friday the 13th lesson plans, worksheets, and printables that you can find using Search PlanIt.
Breaking News English has an excellent Friday the 13th lesson plan which includes all necessary Friday the 13th printables and worksheets. The lesson centers around a short reading about the possibility of movie director Quentin Tarantino directing a “Friday the 13th” movie. Printables and worksheets include warm-up activities, pre-reading activities, synonym worksheets and more. You should have everything you could possibly need for a Friday the 13th lesson plan.
Another Friday the 13th lesson plan revolves around a math problem. Students are to prove why any given year must have at least one Friday the 13th, and why there could only be a maximum of three dates of Friday the 13th in any given year. This would be a fun math exercise for high school students.
For elementary school students, this list of Friday the 13th lesson plan ideas might give you some ideas on how to incorporate Friday the 13th into your lessons for that day.
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By Curtis CookCurtis Cook has been a teacher in the Lee’s Summit School District for 12 years. He holds Missouri certification in Secondary Social Studies, Instrumental Music, and Business. He earned his undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Missouri-Columbia. His Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction was awarded from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Curtis designed and currently instructs the nationally recognized International Studies program at Summit Technology Academy. Google
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