Showing 37–54 of 164 results

Boston Tea Party Lesson PlanBoston Tea Party Teachers Guide

Boston Tea Party


In our Boston Tea Party lesson plan, students learn about the historic event known as the Boston Tea Party, including when and where it took place, its causes and effects, and its lasting significance today. Students learn related vocabulary and learn about how the Boston Tea Party relates to the American Revolution as a whole.

Canada and Mexico Lesson PlanCanada and Mexico Teachers Guide

Canada and Mexico


Our Canada and Mexico lesson plan teaches students some information about Canada and Mexico. Students learn to identify both countries on a map and to identify some information about both countries.

Cardinal Directions Lesson PlanCardinal Directions Teachers Guide

Cardinal Directions


In our Cardinal Directions lesson plan, students learn about what the cardinal directions are and how to use them. Students learn to identify the four cardinal directions and how to apply these words to things like using a map.

Careers from A to Z Lesson PlanCareers from A to Z Teachers Guide

Careers from A to Z


In our Careers from A to Z lesson plan, students learn about various career paths and the basic skills needed for those careers. Students also learn what a career is and learn to identify various careers based on their descriptions.

Checks and Balances Lesson PlanChecks and Balances Teachers Guide

Checks and Balances


In our Checks and Balances lesson plan, students learn about the system of checks and balances present in the United States government between the three branches of government and how they work. Students learn how checks and balances are used for the separation of powers and learn facts about each of the three branches.

Civil Rights


With our Civil Rights lesson plan, students learn about the Civil Rights Movement in the United States, including its history and vocabulary terms.

Colonial Times


Our free downloadable PDF Colonial Times lesson plan introduces students to the living conditions during Colonial Times in America. This interactive lesson engages the imagination and knowledge of students on what it was like being a child during the era. During this lesson, students are asked to draft a first-person story and share their s

Colonial Williamsburg Lesson PlanColonial Williamsburg Teachers Guide

Colonial Williamsburg


Our Colonial Williamsburg lesson plan teaches students about Colonial Williamsburg, including its history, its importance in the 1700s, and its continued significance today. Students learn how to locate it on a map, how to identify it, and numerous facts about life in Colonial Williamsburg both in the past and today.

Columbus and America Lesson PlanColumbus and America Teachers Guide

Columbus and America


Our Columbus and America lesson plan teaches students about Christopher Columbus and the impact he had on the Americas. Students learn about his life, his voyages to the Americas, and how he contributed to connecting Europe to the Americas.

Communities Lesson PlanCommunities Teachers Guide



In our Communities lesson plan, students learn about how communities are formed and defined, some characteristics of various communities, and the three main types: urban, suburban, and rural. Students also learn related vocabulary as a part of this lesson.

Computer & Internet History Lesson PlanComputer & Internet History Teachers Guide

Computer & Internet History


Our Computer & Internet History lesson plan teaches students about the history of how computers and the Internet were created and have changed over time. Students learn about key people, innovations, and inventions that made modern computers and the Internet possible.

Creating a Timeline Lesson PlanCreating a Timeline Teachers Guide

Creating a Timeline


Our Creating a Timeline lesson plan teaches students what timelines are and how to create them for different purposes. Students practice creating their own timelines in addition to extracting information, such as dates and event details, from timelines.

Cultures of the World Lesson PlanCultures of the World Teachers Guide

Cultures of the World


Our Cultures of the World lesson plan teaches students about some cultures of the world and helps them learn about and respect other people’s cultures and beliefs. Students learn related vocabulary in addition to characteristics of various world cultures.

Deserts of the World Lesson PlanDeserts of the World Teachers Guide

Deserts of the World


Our Deserts of the World lesson plan teaches students about several named deserts found throughout the world. Students practice identifying major deserts and listing their characteristics.

Early 19th Century Lesson PlanEarly 19th Century Teachers Guide

Early 19th Century


Our Early 19th Century lesson plan teaches students to identify events, persons, and inventions from the Early 19th Century and to describe their impact on society and the U.S. and the world. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Electoral College System Lesson PlanElectoral College System Teachers Guide

Electoral College System


Our Electoral College System lesson plan teaches students about the process used to elect the President of the United States, the Electoral College. Students learn related vocabulary and learn how this system came into place.

Emancipation Proclamation Lesson PlanEmancipation Proclamation Teachers Guide

Emancipation Proclamation


In our Emancipation Proclamation lesson plan, students learn about the Emancipation Proclamation, including what it was, what it did, and what its lasting impact on U.S. history is. Students read passages from the document and learn its significance in relation to the Civil War.

Executive Branch Lesson PlanExecutive Branch Teachers Guide

Executive Branch


Our Executive Branch lesson plan teaches students about what the Executive Branch is and how it functions today. Students also learn the history of the branch, how it was conceived, and how it interacts with the other branches of government in the United States.