Social Studies/History/Social Sciences

1. Mapping STEM Areas in our School

This lesson engages students in reflecting on their school community and exploring STEM-related areas through the creation of school maps. It can be utilized as a stand-alone activity or as the introductory lesson to showcase STEM places within schools.


This lesson helps young students gain an understanding of places to display art, the Art and History of creating the Statue of Liberty, immerse in Art Appreciation, and engage in Art Making activities throughout 3 modules.

Stories as Mirrors & Windows: Cultural Positionality

The lesson helps students understand not only what culture is and how beliefs, customs, traditions, rituals, and ways of knowing are different and similar to their own culture; additionally it will help students understand that these aspects of culture are sometimes used to unite and divide groups of people. This lesson increases students’ awareness of their own cultural positionality, which affects their perspectives of the world.

Book Module for Abuela by Arthur Dorros

Albuela book cover

The Abuela Book Module is a bilingual guided and interactive read aloud activity paired with potential inquiries around human enhancement & limitations, immigration, human rights, multiculturalism and multilingualism.