Posts Tagged ‘lesson plans’

Lesson Plans on Wildlife

With the goal of protecting and preserving wildlife, and educating the Public we’d like to draw your attention to some useful materials on this topic. The National Wildlife Federation has Lesson Plans: http://www.nwf.org/Get-Outside/Be-Out-There/Educators/Lesson-Plans.aspxon all aspects of Wildlife, and makes them available for all grade levels (K to 12)


One of GPS’s gratuities this year is a 2013 Pollinator Calendar, and so they and others might be interested in knowing that these Lesson plans includes the Pollinator’s Journey, for Grade K through 12, with Lesson Plans and Activities.


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American History: Primary Sources for Programming Ideas

Dear Window on America Center and American Corners Coordinators,
See the Primary Source Sets for teachers on subjects like Abraham Lincoln, Baseball, Immigration, Thanksgiving, The Inventive Wright Brothers, etc. You could find some good material for programming ideas on American history.
The Library of Congress site:
They include mostly PDFs with some audio, plus lesson plans, themed resources like exhibitions, and presentations and activities.
The National Archives has something similar at http://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/

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