Lesson Plans

Available are descriptions of lesson plans created by schools, educators, museums, state and federal parks, and other educational organizations.

This lesson contains information & hands on activities for teaching grades 6-8 about the Certified South Carolina Grown Program & the differences between fruits & vegetables.

This lesson contains information & hands-on activities for teaching grades 9-12 about the Certified South Carolina Grown Program & the differences between fruits & vegetables.

This lesson contains information & hands-on activities for teaching grades K-2 about the Certified South Carolina Grown Program & the differences between fruits & vegetables.

Students face the critical issue of the Fugitive Slave Law that gave Southerners the right to regain their runaway slaves and return them to bondage.

In this group activity, children will play a game loosely based on Civil War signaling and naval strategy. 

Action for a cleaner tomorrow: A South Carolina Environmental Curriculum Supplement is an activity-based interdisciplinary curriculum supplement that can serve as a starting place for introducing basic environment

This activity highlights the variety (types and sizes) of geocache containers as well as the plethora of devices used to provide the coordinates of the geocache’s hidden location.

Using geocaching as a vehicle, students will analyze and compare choropleth maps showing geocache finds at the county and state level.

This activity allows students to explore the geography around a selected geocache, whether or not the geocache will actually be visited.

This lesson will enable the students to compare George Washington’s description of South Carolina from 1791 to South Carolina today.