Since the concept of utilizing students' Funds of Knowledge in the classroom entails knowing your students and connecting this knowledge to curriculum, it's hard to provide lesson plan blueprints since every group of students is unique and brings their own wisdom and hidden backgrounds into the classroom. Check out pages 7-8 of this online magazine for practical ways and inspiration for how to learn about students and connect your understanding to classroom practice.
Included on this page are some jumping-off points for gathering an understanding of the experiences and competencies of students. Three case studies are also given to illustrate how teachers have put this theory into practice with students. Check it out!
Here's a 2-minute explanation of Funds of Knowledge by Luis Moll, the professor who has dedicated much of his career to assisting teachers in building relationships with students and their families so as to know students more holistically for classroom connection, engagement, student empowerment, and learning.