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Kids.gov (USA.gov)
Grade Levels: K-8
TEKS: [Comprehensive site]

  • Brought to you by gov, Kids.gov is the official kids’ portal for the U.S. government linking kids, parents and teachers to information and services on the web from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids. Kids.gov is organized into four audiences: Kids (Grades K-5), Teens (Grades 6-8), Teachers and Parents. Each audience tab is divided into educational subjects like Arts, Math, and History.

TEA Curriculum, Assessment, & Rules (Texas Education Agency)
Grade Levels: PreK-12
TEKS: [Comprehensive site]

Information on curriculum, assessment, and rules. Also available; contact information, an English mailing list, and links to TEKS.


Changing the Face of Medicine. Lesson Plans (National Library of Medicine. National Institutes of Health)
Grade Levels: K-2, 3-4, 5-8. 9-12
TEKS: Health Education; Health Science Technology Education

  • Lesson plans bring the world of medicine into the classroom. The plans targeted for specific age groups within K-12 have been designed to enhance understanding of the physiology of the body and the field of medicine. The link above connects to Grades K-2. Other grade levels include: 3-4, 5-8, 9-12

Curricula and Lesson Plans (U.S. Department of Agriculture)   
Grade Levels: K-12
TEKS: Health Education; Science

  • A collection of health educational materials from the National Agricultural Library.

Curriculum Supplement Series (Office of Science Education/National Institutes of Health)
Grade Levels: 1-2, 6-8, 9-12
TEKS: Career Orientation; English Language Arts & Reading; Health Education; Health Science Technology Education; Mathematics; Science; Social Studies; Technology Applications

  • The Teachers Guide under each topic includes a section of lesson plans. Topics: cell biology & cancer, emerging & re-emerging infectious diseases; human genetic variation; the brain: understanding neurobiology through the study of addiction; sleep, sleep disorders, and biological rhythms, and using technology to study cellular and molecular biology. Under the “Web version” the curriculum supplement text can be viewed or printed and the optional multimedia activities accessed. Proceed to the teacher’s guide section for complete details on all of the activities. Print copies with accompanying CDs for some titles are also available in the Library (Cell biology and cancer. US Documents: HE 20.3065:C 33; Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. US Documents: HE 20.3065:IN 3; Human genetic variation. US Documents: HE 20.3065:G 28).

Grow Minds, Grow Healthy Bodies, Grow Gardens (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Grade Levels: 4
TEKS: Health Education; Science

  • A collection of agricultural and nutritional educational materials, including lesson plans) from the United States Department of Agriculture.

Nutrition Education: Resources for Elementary School (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Grade Levels: 1-6
TEKS: Health Education

  • A collection of nutrition educational materials, including lesson plans) from the United States Department of Agriculture.

Nutrition Education: Resources for Middle and High School (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Grade Levels: 7-12
TEKS: Health Education

  • A collection of nutrition educational materials, including lesson plans) from the United States Department of Agriculture.

Pumpkins (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Grade Levels: K-12
TEKS: Health Education; Science

  • A collection of nutrition and agriculture educational materials, including lesson plans) from the United States Department of Agriculture.

Whole Grains (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Grade Levels: PreK, 3-5, 9-12
TEKS: Health Education

  • A collection of nutrition educational materials, including lesson plans) from the United States Department of Agriculture.

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