LessonLift Create’s collections of standards-aligned, ELA, Social Studies, and Science content support a vast array of classroom topics. Plus, the grade-appropriate, varied types of content are selected from hard-to-find primary source artifacts, with synopses and guiding questions created by our curriculum team.
In many cases, content is newly created so you likely won’t find them in your current materials. This unique content is ideal for:
Building background knowledge and promoting reading comprehension with thousands of text sets, images, and primary sources
Showcasing diverse and unheard perspectives, stories, and events.
Providing real-world and cross-curricular connections
Explore the time period of Bud Not Buddy, including the effects of racism and the Great Depression on Americans’ lives.
Dive into the time period this novel was set in and explore how Americans' lives - 4 years after WWII during the Roaring Twenties - were impacted by prohibition, the Volstead Act, immigration laws, economics, art, and technology.
Investigate the time period that Frankenstein was set in as well as how Frankenstein has been depicted in art, literature, and political commentary over time.
Explore untold stories of WWII, including stories about how women, Navajo, African Americans, refugees, and native Alaskans both experienced and contributed to the war.
Analyze how communication has both changed and remained the same over time, from Egyptian hieroglyphs to emojis and smartphones.
Explore barriers to voting that women, Native Americans, and African Americans, experienced throughout history and how communities and individuals fought for their right to vote.
Investigate authentic texts from national parks, including what to do if you spot a bear and visitor pledges to protect parks’ natural resources. Note: Cross-curricular collection for ELA and social studies (specifically geography); includes authentic texts.
Investigate different types of communities, including religious communities and neighborhoods, and how community members work together to solve problems.
Read stories written by authors from around the world and explore how animals, family, and communities are illustrated and discussed from different points of view.
Explore government, local, and kid leaders who have made a difference in their communities, state, and world.