This is a great resource for teachers. There are links to lessons on many subjects. There are so many digitized primary source materials from museums, libraries, and personal collections found on the Web. Learn how to use these materials to support lessons across the curriculum.
Here you will find suggestions for locating and using primary sources in your classroom. There are also discussion questions for the class. The site is searchable by grade and subject, which I really like!
This is a worksheet that students can use to analyze the information in the document(s). It's always helpful to have a document or graphic organizer for your students that will help them evaluate the information they are looking at.
This is another great resource you can use for finding primary source documents and lesson ideas on a number of American History topics. Each topic includes a few primary sources along with some background information and follow-up activities.
The Reading Like a Historian curriculum has done the work for you. Here you can search for your current topic and use a pre-made lesson plan or develop your own lessons using the documents included. You can view the plans and documents, but if you want to download them, you will have to create an account.
These are document collections designed by teachers on a number of history topics. Digital Docs in a Box was designed for teachers in order to have a collection of documents readily available for use in the classroom. It's nice to have a small but ready-made set of documents to work with.