My Pyramid: Simple Steps for Healthy Living
Health, grades 9–12. With this lesson plan, students use the MyPyramid.gov website to create a personal set of food guidelines and gain an appreciation of the importance of healthful eating.
Foundations of American Government
U.S. History, grades 9–12. Built around researching the Boston Massacre, this lesson plan shows students that there is always more than one valid perspective on historical events.
Discovering Language Arts: Beginning Research
Language Arts, grades K–2. Using plants as its subject, this lesson plan introduces young learners to basic research principles, including the indispensible tools of reading and observation.
Concepts in Algebra
Mathematics, grades 10–12. Offering a look at the significant Islamic contributions to mathematics, this lesson plan helps students recognize standard forms of equations and how to solve them.
Interactive Periodic Table of
Chemistry, grades 9–12. This lesson plan provides an extensive overview of the structure and properties of matter, as well as an introduction to the uses and dangers of radioactivity.
Behind the Scenes
Theater Arts, grades 4–8. While playwrights and actors get most of the attention, this lesson plan helps students explore the crucial role set designers play in conveying the mood of any scene.
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The good old days
A collaborative mural project for grades K–2, our Ancient Times Lesson Plan is a fun way to introduce students to the
daily lives of ancient peoples.
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With our Weather Maps Lesson Plan, students in grades 4–6 explore weather-related websites and create their own national weather maps.