I’m always searching for supplemental lesson plans and resources to accompany my prescribed district curriculum and materials. Since I’m on a limited budget, it’s always great to find them for free where I can. Here is a compilation of my favorite websites with free teacher lesson plans and resources. Enjoy!
ShareMyLesson.com – ShareMyLesson offers free lesson plans for all grade levels and subjects. In addition to teacher lesson plans, ShareMyLesson also offers free professional development opportunities. The website is easy to navigate and lessons are easily accessible. All you need to do is complete the free sign-up and you’re in!
LessonPlansPage.com – With over 4,000 free, teacher-created lesson plans, you can’t go wrong with this HotChalk’s Lesson Plans Page. You can even share your own lesson plans. Membership is free.
TeachersPayTeachers.com – Thousands of lesson plans created by teachers for teachers displayed in a simple format, offering lesson plans for all grade levels and subject areas. Membership is free, however, some lessons cost money. You can easily filter your search to include only the free lessons.
Teach-Nology.com – Over 30,000 free lesson plans and 8,000+ free, printable worksheets. All grade levels and subjects are represented.
KidsDiscover.com – High-Interest, nonfiction, science and social studies articles and lesson plans for grades K-8. The user-friendly format of the website is straightforward, making iit easy to find what you’re looking for.
TheTeachersCorner.net – A collection of educational worksheets, lesson plans, activities and resources for teachers and parents. The Teacher’s Corner offers free crossword puzzle maker, printable worksheets, word search maker, printable Sudoku puzzles, daily writing prompts, and lesson plans for all grade levels and subjects.
EducationWorld.com – The Lesson Library at EducationWorld.com is a compilation of free resources and lesson plan for all subject areas and grade levels. Games, webquests, and an article library also make this site a great tool for teachers. In addition to lesson plans, it is a wonderful teacher resource for all things education.
What is your favorite website with free lesson plans?
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