• ArtsEdge is the Kennedy Center's free digital resource. You'll find more nearly 200 arts-based lesson plans and projects for the classroom. While Literary Arts, Visual Arts, Music or Theater are the primary focus, lessons incorporate other subjects like Geography, History and even Math and Science. Lessons are searchable by grade band (K-12), subject and content standard.
  • Curriki - All resources have been vetted and organized to better serve you and your students. These collections bring together the best:
    • Assessment activities, projects, labs and interactive simulations
    • Materials include lessons, units, complete eTextbooks and complete courses
    • Supports include printable student materials, fiction and nonfiction ebooks, labs, projects, videos, interactive simulations, assessments, rubrics, and more

  • Discovery Education- Lessons can be searched by grade level.
  • HOTCHALK- has math worksheets, lesson plans, science projects, Holiday Lesson Plans and more.
  • New York Times for Educators has a lesson of the day, along with an archive of previous lesson plans. There are materials for NIE, crosswords and more.
  • OER Commons - Free searchable database of lessons, guides, activities and more--all aligned with CCSS - grades K-12
  • PBS Online provides multimedia resources as well as standards-based classroom activities, lesson plans, and interactive resources. Search by grade level and/or subject area. Type in your topic, such as "National Parks" and find a ton of lessons and activities for your classroom.
  • Share My Lesson: A site where educators can come together to create and share their very best teaching resources. Includes sections for lower and upper elementary, middle and high school and special populations.
  • Teachers.Net is a wonderful site for lesson plans created by teachers for teachers. A ton of classroom projects in all subjects and grade levels can be found here too.
  • The Text Set Project - Lessons using articles and other media on specific topics to support learners in building background knowledge, reading skills and vocabulary. Most lessons are elementary-middle school, but a few can be found for high school. Educators can access a community of teachers and all the shared materials by joining the Teacher Group on Edmodo (group code sma265)
  • The Smithsonian Education website has over 1,200 free educational resources which align to the standards of our state. Along with lesson plans, there are virtual exhibitions, photographs, artworks and even databases for research. you can check by grade, state (for standards), and subject area. This is FABULOUS!
  • Teacher Planet- has a huge database of lesson plans for all ages and topics.
  • Wisc-Online **is a digital library of Web-based learning resources called "learning objects." ...a fabulous website with lots of stuff for many different disciplines.

  • Planboard - Easily automate your lesson planning with Planboard’s lesson plan templates. You can attach all of your notes, handouts, photos, and files directly to your lesson plans. Attach it at home, access it anywhere. Share lessons with students, parents and subs.