Alberta Education. (2007). Social studies kindergarten to grade 12 (Grade 6) [Program of studies]. https://education.alberta.ca/media/159597/program-of-studies-grade-6.pdf
In text: (Alberta Education, 2007)
Alberta Education. (2016). Mathematics kindergarten to grade 9 [Program of studies]. https://education.alberta.ca/media/3115252/2016_k_to_9_math_pos.pdf
In text: (Alberta Education, 2016)
If a lesson plan does not credit an author and has no date, follow this format:
Title [description -- APA Style uses square brackets to describe works other than typical scholarly sources]. (n.d.). Source.
This format is adapted from the "Webpage with no known author" and "Webpage with no date" examples in the APA Citation Style QuickGuide.
Art 20, social studies 20, treaty perspectives [Sample lesson plan]. (n.d.). Learn Alberta. Retrieved December 7, 2020, from http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/fnmilp/highschool.html
Reading rods fluency & comprehension kit (Level 1) [Kit]. (n.d.). Vernon Hills, IL: Learning Resources.
Inflatable geometric shapes [Manipulatives]. (n.d.). Vernon Hills, IL: Learning Resources.
Wolf in sheep's clothing stage puppet [Toy]. (2010). Emeryville, CA: Folkmanis, Inc.
The "author" of resources such as reports or websites can be an organization or governing body (such as a government department). In these cases, the organization is the author and should be listed as such in your final citation.
An online retrieval date is only required for an unarchived source that is likely to change, such as a Twitter profile or Facebook page, or a webpage with no date.
(See section 9.16 of the APA Publication Manual, 7th ed.)