Fables and Trickster Tales Around the World
http://edsitement.neh.gov/lesson-plan/fables-and-trickster-tales-around-world#section-20443

WEB LESSON This National Endowment for the Humanities lesson focuses on the use of animal stories and fables in various parts of the world to teach about morality and ethics. Elementary

Philosophy and Children’s Literature
https://www.philosophyforchildren.org/resources/questions-library/

WEB LESSONS These lesson plans suggest questions to consider when reading the stories listed here. The lists of possible discussion questions are meant to provide some ideas for teachers preparing to use these books to help generate classroom philosophical conversations, but should not replace asking the students what questions the stories raise for them and ensuring that the discussions emerge from the students' questions. K-5

Facilitating Philosophy Discussions
https://www.philosophyforchildren.org/resources/lesson-plans/

WEB LESSONS This material by the Center for Philosophy for Children is a broad set of topics from which teachers may select the issues that match student intellectual maturity. Each topic has discussion questions. M-HS