From Garden State Equality and Make It Better for Youth
The LGBTQ+ organizations Make It Better for Youth and Garden State Equality developed LGBTQ+ affirming lesson plans that span subjects including English/Language Arts, social studies, science, math, visual/performing arts, and world languages, and currently range from 2nd through 12th grades. The resources can be accessed here.
GLSEN, the largest LGBTQ+ inclusivity education advocacy organization, has dozens of lesson plans and learning activities for grades K-12.
From the Massachusetts Safe Schools Program for LGBTQ Students:
The Massachusetts Safe Schools Program offers curricular materials to help schools provide for LGBTQ-inclusive lessons. These resources range from hour-long discussions to multi-day lessons, and “help students value the contributions of LGBTQ people and understand their place in history, literature, and other fields.” A list of topics the curricular materials cover is here, and the form to request the materials is here.
From the Human Rights Campaign Welcoming Schools Program
HRC’s Welcoming Schools Program focuses specifically on building LGBTQ+ inclusivity at the elementary school level. There are dozens of elementary lesson plans on their website that cover topics such as understanding gender, supporting transgender students, and welcoming all families. These lesson plans can be accessed here.
From Penguin Classroom:
Penguin has learning guides for LGBTQ+ affirming texts, including Juliet Takes a Breath (for high school students) and Darius the Great Is Not Okay (for middle school students), among other texts. Access those here.