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The Great Lakes Lesson PlanThe Great Lakes Teachers Guide

The Great Lakes


Our The Great Lakes Lesson Plan teaches students about the Great Lakes, including their names, where they’re located, and some facts about each. Students practice labeling them on a map and identifying the states that they border.

The Industrial Revolution Lesson PlanThe Industrial Revolution Teachers Guide

The Industrial Revolution


Our The Industrial Revolution lesson plan teaches students about the Industrial Revolution, including what it was, when it happened, and its lasting impact on the world. Students also learn related vocabulary and about specific innovations that happened during this period.

The Middle Ages Lesson PlanThe Middle Ages Teachers Guide

The Middle Ages


Our free downloadable PDF The Middle Ages lesson plan introduces students to the Middle Ages, which they likely know little about. During this lesson, students are asked to use their creativity to design their own coat of arms based on themselves and their family history, encouraging them to consider the symbolism and meaning behind each de

The Pilgrims Lesson PlanThe Pilgrims Teachers Guide

The Pilgrims


In our Pilgrims lesson plan, students learn about the Pilgrims who came to the United States, including their daily lives and where they lived. Students also learn related vocabulary.

The President Lesson PlanThe President Teachers Guide

The President


Our The President lesson plan teaches students about the office of the Presidency and the roles of the President of the United States. Students also learn about some past Presidents and their accomplishments while they were in office.

The Printing Press Lesson PlanThe Printing Press Teachers Guide

The Printing Press


In our The Printing Press lesson plan, students learn about the invention of the printing press and its inventor, Johann Gutenberg. Students also learn about Gutenberg’s life and the lasting impact that the printing press has had on the world.

The Revolutionary War Lesson PlanThe Revolutionary War Teachers Guide

The Revolutionary War


Our The Revolutionary War lesson plan teaches students about the Revolutionary War, including its causes and key figures. Students learn about the enduring legacy of the Revolutionary War and how it changed warfare. They also learn related vocabulary.

The Roman Empire Lesson PlanThe Roman Empire Teachers Guide

The Roman Empire


Our free downloadable PDF The Roman Empire lesson plan explores the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, including the most common historical events and significant contributions of its people. During this lesson, students are asked to work with a partner to explore a day’s schedule of boys and girls living in the Roman Empire. Students are a

The White House Lesson PlanThe White House Teachers Guide

The White House


In our White House lesson plan, students learn the history of the White House along with its cultural and historical significance. Students also learn the different rooms of the White House and what they’re used for and what important events take place there.

The Wright Brothers Lesson PlanThe Wright Brothers Teachers Guide

The Wright Brothers


Our Wright Brothers lesson plan teaches students all about the Wright Brothers and their accomplishments. Students will be able to speak about the Wright Brothers and what they contributed to flight. They will also build their own paper airplanes.

Thomas Edison Lesson PlanThomas Edison Teachers Guide

Thomas Edison


Our Thomas Edison lesson plan teaches students all about Thomas Edison’s life, including his accomplishments, inventions, background, and more. Students will learn related vocabulary and will be able to discuss Edison and his achievements.

Three Branches of Government Lesson PlanThree Branches of Government Teachers Guide

Three Branches of Government


In our Three Branches of Government lesson plan, students learn about the three different branches of government in the United States. They learn related vocabulary, how the branches were conceived and implemented, and how they function today.

U.S. Presidents Lesson PlanU.S. Presidents Teachers Guide

U.S. Presidents


In our U.S. Presidents lesson plan, students learn about the office of the Presidency in the United States, focusing on the individual Presidents. They will identify and discuss key Presidents in history and will study a full list of the Presidents.

U.S. Southwest Region Lesson PlanU.S. Southwest Region Teachers Guide

U.S. Southwest Region


In our U.S. Southwest Region lesson plan, students learn about what makes the Southwest region of the U.S. unique. Students learn about the history, climate, and culture of the region.

Underground Railroad Lesson PlanUnderground Railroad Teachers Guide

Underground Railroad


Students learn all about the Underground Railroad using this lesson plan. They learn the history of the Underground Railroad, including its historical context, key figures and vocabulary words, and its lasting impact on the United States.

United States Territories Lesson PlanUnited States Territories Teachers Guide

United States Territories


Our United States Territories lesson plan teaches students about the various United States territories, including their histories, how they came to be U.S. Territories, and what their lasting significance is. They also learn vocabulary related to the territories.

Urban, Suburban, & Rural Areas Lesson PlanUrban, Suburban, & Rural Areas Teachers Guide

Urban, Suburban, & Rural Areas


Our Urban, Suburban, & Rural Areas lesson plan teaches students the differences between urban, suburban, and rural places. They learn to define each and practice identifying different urban, suburban, and rural places and their characteristics.

Vikings Lesson PlanVikings Teachers Guide



In our Vikings lesson plan, students learn about the Vikings, including their historical significance, their lifestyles, and when and where they existed. Students learn and practice using related vocabulary and use the Viking alphabet.