Course Specific Lesson Plans - Part 1
A to Z Teacher Stuff
Teacher-created site that offers lesson plans, tips, forums, worksheets and other resources. Organized by subject.
Funded by the Technology Literacy Grant Consortium and consolidates resources to help teachers integrate technology into Language Arts and Mathematics.
Crayola: Lesson Plans
Long lists of projects for language arts, math, social studies, science, and visual arts. *Must register with website.
A good source for lessons, activities, and tips. Browse lessons by grade level. (extends from Preschool to Undergraduate)
K-12 lesson plan library that’s organized by subject or by grade level.
Lesson plans, articles, and discussion groups on a variety of topics and issues
Educational CyberPlayGround's Database of Educational Resources
Go to "Teachers" section of the main page for a host of links to educational resources in a variety of academic subject areas. Contains a "hotlist" of K-12 Internet schools.
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Visit “Teachers” section as a guide to multiple resources.
How to Implement Standards, Curriculum and Assessment
Know It All
Free online resources for classroom use
Lesson Plan Central
Free lesson plans, worksheets, clipart and additional student links. Browse lessons by subject or extras like “Fun & Games.”
Lesson Plans Page
Over 2,500 free lesson plans, organized by subject. Site also includes tips and teacher forums.
Site lists lesson plan ideas grouped by subject and also includes additional resources for games, family involvement, songs, and poems.
Search for lesson plans through Grade/Age Level, Theme, Product, or Learning Area.
New York Times Learning Network
Excellent for grade levels 6-12. Contains a well-organized bank of archived lessons, activities for students, and discussion topics and resources for parents.
Integrating curriculum, professional development and community resources
Scholastic Ready-to-Go Resources
Lesson plans for all grade levels
Standard-Based lesson plan template
Provides an outline for creating a lesson plan that address Hawaii state standards. Simply substitute you state’s standards in the appropriate place.
The University of Phoenix’s site for teacher’s to post and share lesson plans for all subjects.
A list of links to articles/tips/advice.
Web Sites and Resources for Teachers
Archived, annotated collection of sites and curriculum resources organized in nine categories, include lesson plans, instructional materials, online activities and projects, and virtual trips to museums and countries around the world.
Art North Carolina
This educational resource is designed for educators and students interested in learning form works of art. Special section called “Themes and Lessons” provides lesson plans and examples of how to integrate art into general class instruction.
Preschool art activities and crafts
The Kennedy Center's Teaching Materials focus on the national art education standards and provide K-12 teachers with curriculum units, lesson plans, activities and other ideas for integrating the arts into classroom teaching.
A site dedicated to art education, lists activities, lesson plans, and additional resources.
My Wonderful World for Educators
A comprehensive action kit for educators to get started including a Global IQ test.
The Geography Store
This site has a comprehensive selection of classroom maps, globes, and geo-games.
National Geographic: Lesson Plans
Lesson plans sorted by grade and most popular.
Western Hemisphere links
" A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans & the U.S. Constitution”
Tells the story of Japanese Americans being forced from their homes during WW2
Churchill and the Great Republic
An online exhibit on Winston Churchill
Federal Court Concepts
Links to “This Day in History” and similar sites.
PBS Wide Angle
Offers lesson plans and activities for middle school and high school teachers.
Primary Research: Bringing History Closer to Home
Free access to original source documents and databases
The History Channel Teacher Guides
Free printable teacher guides to accompany educational programs on the history channel.
A list of rubrics for homework, projects, presentations, or journals
Graphic organizer templates for different organizers like spider maps, fish maps, compare/contrast matrix, and network trees
Working with Words
Lesson plan idea on using word blocks and a word wall
Carol Hurst’ Children’s Literature Site
A collection of reviews of great books for kids as well as ways to incorporate them in the classroom.
Can Teach: Songs and Poems
A list of rubrics for homework, projects, presentations, or journals.
Short stories, Chinese Fables, Greek Myths, and plays for young readers
Questions on Books
Review questions for books commonly taught all grades K-12
Feature a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons.
Accelerated Math Program
Information on the AM program, and how it works. There is also a link to see how Accelerated Math aligns with your state’s standards.
A combination site specifically created for science and mathematics. Includes lesson plan activities for geometry and mathematical patterns.
Currency Converter and Exchange Rates
Lesson Plan library organized by grade level and subject. Easy to browse.
ExploreLearning offers a catalog of modular, interactive simulations in math and science for teachers and students in grades 6-12 called Gizmos.
Goals for HS Math Instruction
The Math Forum at Drexel “Math Library”
Includes all ranges of mathematical topics. Additional resources available as well as current math education topics.
The Math Forum at Drexel “Teachers’s Place”
Lesson plans grouped by elementary, middle, or high school levels.
Math Forum: High School Teacher’s Place
Math Problem Solving Activities
Math Projects and Activities: Global Connection
Activities, worksheets, and tests on math for ages 4-11
Lesson plans created for middle school math.