Social Studies Lesson Plans 101 to 150
Pollution: What Can You Do?- This lesson is about air pollution awareness.
It will help students to understand what air pollution is and how students
can communicate their feelings about it.
Province Puzzle- Students will examine the shapes of each province
as well as where it belongs in Canada.
Pyramids and Mosques- Includes 3 lesson plans.
to Canada! Poster- Students will examine the positive aspects of Canada
(eg. diversity, natural resources, scenery) while they design a poster
attracting people to come to Canada (travel or immigrate).
of the World- "This is a game idea I made up by myself to help
the kids in my class learn the countries of the world. I teach 6th graders.
It really helped them to become familiar with the countries of the world."
Stories Using Pictographs- To incorporate Native American history,
culture, and philosophy into an educational program that is significant
for children today.
Nations Lesson Plans- 10 lessons on the first nations.
- Homer Price (the Doughnuts)-
In the process of figuring out how to sell the doughnuts, Homer helps
a woman find her bracelet which she lost in the doughnut machine.
- Lesson Plan:
The Civil War- As a result of completing this unit, students will
be able to discuss some of the social, political, and personal issues
that Americans confronted during the Civil War era.
in a Castle- The students to understand and be able to write about
life in a castle.
Map- Students will learn and appreciate the major events that have
happened in their own lives as well as others. This activity emphasizes
that a person's experiences greatly determine what kind of person they
Food- Following a lecture on the history of Mexican food, grade five
students will be able to recognize and order Mexican cuisine, at a restaurant,
with 100% accuracy.
Games- Students will learn, appreciate, and teach the history, cultural
significance, and the rules of a multicultural game.
First Americans Today- The goal is to begin the process of helping
students visualize the Native American culture as a very important part
of their everyday existence.
- The Real
McCoy- Elijah McCoy was an African-American inventor who successfully
designed an automatic oil cup that may have inspired the popular phrase,
"the real McCoy."
States and Capitals- US Map puzzle--free software for learning the
locations of the states, and their capitals. It works like a wooden map
puzzle, except you can't lose Iowa under the bookcase.
50 Social Studies Lesson Plans for Grades 3-6