I am starting to compile a selection of backup lesson plans. However, I want the activities to be broad enough so that they can apply to a variety of grade levels (ie. K-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-8). I also want them to possibly fit to a particular subject, but not to a lesson that may or may not have been taught. I have read a lot of backup plans, but am looking for lessons and not worksheets that I would need to make tons of copies of and drag around with me waiting for them to apply to that specific situation. So far I have... -Bell Ringers (Activites that take a few minutes to fill up at the end of a subject) -Educational Games Again, Looking for any basic lesson plans for... -The Arts -Language Arts -Math -Science -Social Studies -History -Health & Safety To give you a better look at what I have already...here are a few examples of the worksheets -Fun Words with Vincent van Gogh (The Arts) ex. The location of the cousin from Illinois Chicago -Super Stories (Language Arts) Have students write a story as they each contribute to it. Circle Spelling Bee (Language Arts) Math Battleship (Math) Mosaic Tile Coloring Sheet: Multiplication (Math) The Average Kid (Health and Safety) Purpose: Discussing with the children how they have more in common with each other than they are different. As for the bell ringers they are mostly problem solving / thinking related problems that vary upon subject/grade level.