Worksheets and No Prep Teaching Resources
Worksheets and No Prep Teaching Resources

Activities, Worksheets, Printables, and Lesson Plans

Read and Color
            America's Cowboy Artist: Charles M. Russell

Reading Comprehensions
     Charles Drew (Grades 5-7)
     General Charles Cornwallis (Grades 6-8)
     Charles Henry Turner (Grades 6-8)
     Charles Lindbergh (Grades 7-8)
     Connecticut Composer Charles Ives (Grades 7-9)
     Accidental Discoveries: Charles Goodyear and Vulcanized Rubber (Grades 7-9)
     Charles Dickens (Grades 9-12)

Literature Book Units
     Charles and Emma: Darwins' Leap of Faith (Grades 5-9)
     Charles Darwin and the Beagle Adventure (Grades 4-8)

Read and Color Books
            Our Flag
            Chet's Children

Reading Comprehension Lesson Ideas
(Grades 3-5)
     That's Life, Charlie Brown - The Story of Charles Schulz
     The Duryea Brothers
(Grades 6-8)
     Anne Morrow Lindbergh
     Arthur Fiedler
     Bob Marley
     Charlayne Hunter-Gault
     Christopher Wren
     Daniel Webster - The Great Orator
     Elaine Goodale Eastman and the Native American Schools
     Emily Dickinson
     George Gordon Byron
     James Thurber, Author and Cartoonist
     Jodie Foster
     Josiah Henson
     Laura Ingalls Wilder
     Long Live the Queen!
     Louis Braille
     Margaret E. Knight
     Mary, Queen of Scots, Part 2 - Queen of Sorrows
     P. T. Barnum
     Shirley Temple
     Teenage Queen, Part 1 - Marie Antoinette
     Teenage Queen, Pt.1-Marie Antoinette
     The Life of William Penn
     The World's Favorite Cowboy
(Grades 9-12)
     Ada Lovelace, the Computer Countess
     Antonio Vivaldi, Music for All Seasons
     Claude Monet and His Everlasting Water Lilies
     Dame Kiri Te Kanawa
     Ferdinand Magellan
     Jackson Pollock, or Jack the Dripper
     Sarah Walker
     Titian, Venetian Master of Color

Daily Themes
(no assigned grade level)
     The Story of Scrooge
(Grades 3-5)
     Diana, Princess of Wales
     Do Not Pass Go
     Don't Do It
     From "L'il Folks" to "Peanuts"
     Ice Cream and Violins
     John Deere
     Poking a Cake
     Safe or Free?
     The Adventures of Alice
     Yes, Ma'am
(Grades 6-8)
     All That Jazz
     Charles Elmer Hires - Inventor of Root Beer
     Charles Lindbergh
     DISCovering Our Parents'--and Our Own,--Personalities
     Gold Rush!
     It's Not Just for Your Teeth
     Lewis Carroll
     The Edible Cup
     The Wedding of the Century (nonfiction)
     What does it take to be a Hero?
(Grades 9-12)
     The History of the Monopoly® Board Game

(no assigned grade level)
     Inventors Hall of Fame
     Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
(Grades 1-2)
     A Mother's Work
     Laura Secord Saves the Day
(Grades 3-5)
     A Presidential Project - Mt. Rushmore
     A Woman's Place Is in the West, Part 3
     Bridging People and Places
     Hudson Bay Furs
     Hudson's Bay Company
     It Is Never Too Late
     Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable - Father of Chicago
     K.C.ís Dream (a one-act play)
     Laura Secord - Canadian Heroine, Part 1
     Laura Secord - Canadian Heroine, Part 2
     Lewis and Clark - The journey
     Price of a Dare, Part 2
     Shooting Skeets!
     Surprising Shrimp at the Burgess Shale
     The Great Story of the Great Seal
     Thomas Edison
     Wendy's World- Our Family Tree
(Grades 6-8)
     "Lucky Lindy" Takes Flight, Part 1
     "Lucky Lindy" Takes the Bait, Part 2
     A Christmas Truce
     A Dream Wedding
     Bell's Palsy
     Bird Adaptations
     Breed's Hill - Bunker Hill
     Driving Back Through History
     En Garde!
     Enemies - Using poetry to express feelings about 9/11
     Finding Religious Freedom
     Good Ol' Charlie Brown
     Groseilliers and Radisson
     Hollywood at War
     Ice Age Mammals: The Woolly Rhino
     Inventors of Toys
     Ironic, isnít it
     Joan of Arc
     King George III
     King George III
     Laura Secord - The Paul Revere of Canada
     Lexington and Concord
     Madam C. J. Walker - From Rags to Riches
     Measuring Earthquakes
     Michigan: Home of the Cross in the Woods
     Middle Atlantic Region's History and People, Part 1
     Mount Rushmore Is Completed
     Mount Rushmore
     Mrs. Wesley: Learning about Immigration
     New England Region: Its History and People, Part 2
     Old Glory
     Oops! What I Meant to Say Was... The Warped Wisdom of Malapropisms
     Paul Revere
     Rock and Roll Comes to TV
     Sailing, Sailing, Over the Bounding Main
     Seabiscuit I - The Biscuit Becomes a Winner
     Shake, Rattle, Richter!
     Skeet Shooting
     Social Sciences
     The Bermuda Triangle
     The Birth of an Idea
     The Congress of Vienna
     The Death of a Princess
     The English Civil War
     The Final Battle - Yorktown 1781
     The Galapagos Islands
     The Great Exhibition
     The Lost Titanic Is Found
     The Mystery of the Strand of Pearls, Part 2
     The Piltdown Man Hoax
     The Stamp Act
     The Townshend Acts
     The Townshend Acts
     The War of Spanish Succession
     Treaty of Paris - The Revolutionary War is Over
     TV Quiz Show Scandals
     Urban Planning
     Urban Planning
     Valentine's Day Traditions
     William H. Johnson
(Grades 9-12)
     Carrie Chapman Catt: Founder of The League of Women Voters
     Darwin's Theory of Evolution
     Earth Time - Precambrian Time and the Paleozoic Era
     Earth's Oldest Animals?
     FDR's New Deal - Social Security
     Gadgets, Gizmos, and the Great Unknown
     History of the Empire State Building
     Inventors of the Automobile Engine
     Irene Hunt
     Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea, and Pomp
     Lin Zexu and First Opium War
     Misguided Fanatic or Hero? John Brown
     Mt. Vesuvius and the City of Pompeii
     Rails across America - CP Conquers the Mountains
     Robert Lipsyte
     The "Maine" Reason to Pick Your Teeth
     The 1920s - How They Roared
     The Age of Discovery - Gravity and Gauss
     The Need for Speed - The Age of Computers
     Unbirthday Parties and Other Celebrations from Children's Books
     Warriors and Heroes - How Forbidden Languages Helped Win a War

(Grades 9-12)
     Journey into Unknown Territory

(Grades 6-8)
     Darwin's Frogs
     Marine Iguanas

(no assigned grade level)
     The Battle of Lexington Reenactment
(Grades 3-5)
     Land Ahoy!
     The Charter Oak
     The Night the Capital Changed
     The State that is "Round on the Ends and ĎHI' in the Middle" (O-HI-O)
(Grades 6-8)
     A History of How Connecticut Became a State
     Breaking the Sound Barrier
     France - History
     Hungary - History
     New York: "Ever Upward"
     Noah Webster
     Oklahoma's Path to Statehood
     Walking in Their Footsteps: Tracing Maryland's Early Settlements
     William Penn Gets Land Grant From King
(Grades 9-12)
     Netherlands - History
     Russia - History
     The Bahamas - History

Reader's Theater Scripts and Plays
     K.C.'s Dream (Grades 3-6)

Reluctant Reader Books
     Meet Madam C.J. Walker (Grade 3-4)
     CT is for Connecticut (Grade 4-6)
     IA is for Iowa (Grade 4-6)
     MA is for Massachusetts (Grade 4-6)
     MD is for Maryland (Grade 4-6)
     MO is for Missouri (Grade 4-6)
     MT is for Montana (Grade 4-6)
     NY is for New York (Grade 4-6)
     SC is for South Carolina (Grade 4-6)
     Soccer History by Mail (Grade 4-6)
     VT is for Vermont (Grade 4-6)
     WV is for West Virginia (Grade 4-6)
     Derek Jeter (Grade 5-6)
     Madam C.J. Walker (Grade 5-7)
     Famous Pirates (Grade 5-8)
     Stories from the Bermuda Triangle: Flight 19 (Grade 6-7)

More Activities, Lesson Plans, and Worksheets

Back to School
Graphic Organizers
Alphabet Worksheets
Sight Words
Math Worksheets
50 States

Monthly Themes

Place Value
Time and Calendar
Earth Day
Solar System
Following Directions
Cursive Writing
Patterns and Sequencing
All About Me

First Grade
Second Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade

Main Idea
Cause and Effect
Order of Operations
Community Helpers
Addition and Subtraction
Bulletin Board Ideas
Word Searches
Crossword Puzzles
Printable Puzzles

Reading Comprehension
Reading Skills
English Language Arts

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