Whether you’re teaching language arts, social studies, math, or science, we’re here to help! Included in each free lesson plan order are one master copy of the lesson and stamps for each student to use with the lesson. It’s easy to order lesson plans for your classroom, home school, library, etc.– just follow the steps below. (If you want topical stamps but don’t need a lesson plan, click here.)
1. Take a look at the available lesson plans. (Click here for the pdf list.)
2. Decide which lessons you want. (Up to five.)
The stamps available to us throughout the year fluctuates, depending on the donations we receive. Therefore some lessons and/or topical stamps may not be available at all times.
Shipping in the US and to APOs are free when ordering for 130 students or less. Foreign orders and orders over 130 students will incur shipping fees. We will contact you when this applies.
Local (Tucson area) teachers may opt to choose “Local- will pick up.”
Please email Lisa with any questions (preferred method of communication) or telephone 520-623-6652 x102.
Reminder: Lessons and PowerPoints can not be altered as they are the property of the PHF and the stamps provided may not be sold. PHF is a non-profit 501(c)( 3) foundation. Everything sent to you is for educational purposes only.
Famous People of the Revolutionary PeriodCombining textual, visual, and kinetic learning, this sheet would work well as an anticipatory set or review of prominent people during the American revolutionary period.
Black HeritageThis lesson uses USPS stamps from the Black Heritage series, in production since 1975. The stamps and the lesson cover many African Americans who were influential in a variety of fields, such as government, literature, entertainment, athletics, and science.
S is for StampsThis activity encourages students to recall the alphabet, basic reading skills, and visual recognition of common ideas and objects on stamps.
Writing the Declaration of IndependanceThis lesson was originally written at the request of Campaign for Cursive. Intended for grades 3 and up, it relates to studies of American government and history, and the power of putting pen to paper.