Lesson Plans
Don't know what to teach today or how to get everything done? Explore these resources for planning your lessons and get ideas on how to help your homeschool day run smoothly.
Online Homeschool Lesson Plans
EDSITEment
EDSITEment is published by the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is a very well designed and easy to use source for online lesson plans and ideas. They have partnered with some of the world's great museums, libraries, cultural institutions, and universities to bring resources covering art and culture, literature, language arts, foreign language, history, and social studies. Their webiste includes links to over 100 of the top humanities sites and online lesson plans which integrate these resources to promote active learning.
Ed Helper
Although this website has an extensive collection of resources and lesson plans especially suited to a homeschooling family, it is by paid subscription only. If you are interested in the materials on this website, you may find it worth your while to pay for a subscription.
Discovery School Lesson Plans
Find hundreds of original lesson plans, all written by teachers for teachers. Browse by subject, grade, or both. This is a well designed website that makes it easy to find organized lesson plans for grades K-12 covering virtually every subject.
Lesson Tutor
The Lesson Tutor website offers reproducible free lesson plans, print ready worksheets for all levels, all abilities and all subjects from Pre-school to High School, and cross curriculum unit studies. These learning tools are all free for you to print and use for personal or educatinal purposes.
Teachers.Net Lesson Bank
The Teachers.Net Lesson Bank is a resource designed to allow teachers to post and/or request specific lesson plans and teaching ideas. These lesson plans cover all sorts of subjects and grade levels. There is a remarkable amount of creativity and resources that can only come from the experience of teachers using these ideas successfully to make learning exciting. Note that because they are posted by individual teachers, there is not a standard format for these lesson plans (some don't have objectives, materials list, etc).
LessonPlanz.com
LessonPlanz.com is a searchable directory of free online lesson plans and lesson plan resources for all grades and subjects.
Easy Fun School
As opposed to many other sites offer online resources and lesson plans, Easy Fun School is designed with the homeschooling parent and child in mind. Through the subject index, you will find lesson plans and ideas for teaching art, holidays, reading, science, writing, unit studies, state studies, and much more.
Lesson Plans Page
The Lesson Plans Page is a collection of over 3,500 lesson plans, primarily at the elementary level, that were developed by Kyle Yamnitz, students, and faculty at The University of Missouri. The Lesson Plans Page was developed to assist educators of all types. Elementary school teachers get lesson plans that are ready to use in their classrooms. College students get great example lesson plans or ideas to base their own lesson plans on. Home schoolers can get lesson plans to use at home and parents can get ideas for educational activities to use with their children.
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