ELA Elementary Open Educational Resources

ELA Elementary Open Educational Resources

The Huguenot Historial Society offers a variety of educational programs, each tailored to specific grade levels from K-12. The programs include tours of historic Huguenot homes, 18th century art and literature exploration, and even French language learning. Programs also provide teachers with lesson plans and resources to continue students'...

This online collection provides access to about 7,000 different views and portraits made during the American Civil War (1861-1865) and its immediate aftermath. The images represent the original glass plate negatives made under the supervision of Mathew Brady and Alexander Gardner as well as the photographic prints in the Civil War photographs...

Students are more likely to understand, recall, and care about what an idiom means after having played with the phrase through a highly engaging exploration of metaphorical language. Eye on Idioms can be used to engage students in a study of seven idioms. After viewing the literal representation of each idiom, students are asked to complete the...

This website supports the National Geographic film about the Lewis and Clark expedition. Students can see the route Lewis and Clark traveled and learn about what they saw and did. It includes activities to go with the things they encountered and places they stopped. It includes an Interactive Journey Log where students can read journal entries...

Five packaged education programs are available for use by school districts. Each of the five programs are available as hands-on packages available through the museum, or as free PDF downloads. The programs were developed through the work of educational consultants who presented and tested the pilot programs in selected schools, performing pre-...

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