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Text over illustration of sky and clouds - Time4Learning and Fun for everyone: Online education for PreK-12th
Looking for a curriculum that makes learning fun? You'll find it in Time4Learning's PreK-12 grade online homeschool curriculum.
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The Story of the White House Teaching Plan  (Y)
From Teachers Lesson Plans for grades 3-5

The White House Lesson Plans, Games, and Presentations  (Y M T)
From Mr. Donn's Site for Kids & Teachers

White House Lesson Plans  (T)
From The White House Teachers can use this page as a resource to build lesson plans around the history and heritage of the White House.

White House Classroom Resource Packets  (M O T)
Learn and teach important stories of United States history through the lens of the White House using the White House Historical Association's Classroom Resource Packets. Adaptable to any twenty-first century classroom, these ready-to-use materials highlight resources from the White House Historical Association's .

Every Day is President's Day at the White House  (Y)
A Lesson Plan: Grades K through 3 geared to help kids understand that the White House is the office of the president, and a place where important decisions have been made that have affected the path our nation has taken.

White House Lesson Plans  (M, O)
Use this webpage as a resource to build lesson plans around the history and heritage of the White House. Most of the questions, discussions, and activities are aimed at grades 6 to 9, but some discussion points are appropriate for older students.

How Was the White House Designed?  (Y)
From EDSITEment, National Endowment for the Humanities. Students learn about design issues for the official residence of the President of the United States. Grades 3-5

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