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Lesson Planet {Review}


Lesson Planet was designed to help teachers find material that is relevant to what the are teaching quickly and easily ~ providing over 150,000 lesson plans and 75,000 worksheets. It was created by educators as a search engine that is member supported and available to any teacher {public, private or homeschool} to use in lesson planning.

Teachers can find resources in the following ways:

  • Searching by keyword, grade level and overall rating
  • Clicking the Narrow, Related or My Recent Searches keyword options
  • Browsing for reviewed resources by Subject, Calendar or Theme
  • Exploring relevant State Standards, matched to each member’s state
  • Utilizing Advanced Search to narrow by duration, method, technology, and more

My Thoughts

You all are probably well aware of the fact that I like to put my own lesson plans together {for the most part}. And make printables ~ lots of them. We use a few worksheets during our day for handwriting and math, but otherwise I put together notebooking sheets based on the topic we are studying.

If I need ideas for a topic we are studying, I might do some searching and digging around on the internet to get my creative juices flowing and go from there. When we were asked to review the Lesson Planet site I was in the middle of planning for our Australia and New Zealand studies, so I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to use the site and find some great stuff.

Unfortunately for me, it really wasn’t. While I did get results, it definitely wasn’t what I had in mind and I found four dead links for the first search I did {I reported them}…but that didn’t start me off well with things. I know that part of my problem is that when I have a specific idea in mind for something it is generally easier to put it together myself. If I’m going to spend time on it, I want it done the way I want it done {because I’m odd like that ~ it is in no way the fault of anyone else}.  However, I am well aware that others love not having to go through the hassle of putting lessons together, being able to find applicable worksheets at the touch of a button ~ and if that is you, it might be a site you want to check out.

I would recommend their free 10-day trial before you purchase a $39.95 yearly membership. Try it out before you jump in to see if it’s something that you would use.

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This product was given to me for review purposes, and I do not have to return the product to the vendor. I was not paid for this post.All opinions expressed in this post are mine.


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Online curriculum resource for K-12 educators reviewed by credentialed teachers


Lesson Planet is an online library of OER lesson plans, worksheets, apps, videos, and other instructional materials. Educators search through materials that are reviewed and approved by other teachers, and download them for classroom use or distribution. A free 10-day trial is available for new users; thereafter, subscriptions are available for purchase.


The core of the Lesson Planet product is its library of OER materials. Users search through Lesson Planet’s library of credentialed, teacher-vetted resources by searching for keywords. They then apply specific filters on the keyword search results such as grade level, subject, resource type (e.g. lesson plan, worksheet, unit, assessments, articles, etc.) and Common Core target standards to find specific resources. Once they have found an appropriate resource, educators can download, use, or distribute it to the class as necessary. Teachers can also upload their own materials, and collaborate with other educators on existing collections.


As of 2016, over 1M teachers are using Lesson Planet, with around 65,000 paying for a subscription.


A free 10-day trial is available for new users. Inquiries about subscription rates can be made on the website. 

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Educational App Reviews from Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet – Teacher-Reviewed Lesson Plans & Worksheets Review

Brought to you by:lesson planet logo(All opinions are my own.)

When Lesson Planet e-mailed me last week asking me to check out their site I quickly said yes! I love checking out new educational sites as different sites can be tremendously helpful to different educators, homeschoolers, and parents but I don’t always have time to search for new sites! And when I saw that they had over 400,000+ Teacher-Reviewed Lesson Plans and Worksheets available that definitely caught my interest! The more material to search through the better the chances of you finding what you need!!

One thing I spotted immediately is that you can actually search for your Common Core standards by state which I thought was pretty cool! It’s definitely a nice quick reference map you can quickly sift through. Just click on your state (or state that you want to see Common Core standards for) and you’ll see everything listed out.

If you are like we are and are always looking for good apps or new technology for your classroom you’ll love the Educational Apps Guide area where you can search for apps by subject category and see reviews by other teachers! It’s a fantastic way to see at a glance what apps other teachers are using in their classrooms – almost all of the ones I searched through were completely brand new to me! I certainly have quite a list of apps now to check out and maybe incorporate into our studies!

There is also an EdTech Professional Development Video Courses section – although it doesn’t have many videos yet it is a valuable source of information for all sorts of videos such as “Pinterest Basics”, “Google’s Form App”, “Google’s Presentation App”, “Basics of Using iPads in your Classroom”, “iOS6 iPad Troubleshooting”, and more! Although I wish there were a TON more videos in this section it’s a great place to start when you’re looking to learn some new info during your planning time or as you relax in the evenings.

biology spec

I saved the best part for last! The worksheets, lessons, and teacher resources!! You can search through these resources either by subject, by calendar, or by theme. The calendar feature is actually pretty cool because it maps out suggestions for the whole month and links to all of the resources! You’ll find resources for everything from Latin, PE, Music, Political Science, special ed, and plenty more. As you see above I searched through the Biology section which has 4,324 resources and you can see that each lesson is rated by the stars on the right and also shows the grade level that the lesson is geared for.

Visit Lesson Planet here for more information on membership and to check out the resources they have to offer! You can sign up for a FREE 10 day membership to check out their resources, and if you like it the membership it is $59.88 for 1 year which breaks down to just $4.99 per month. Overall? It’s really a pretty good deal for the membership! It certainly would save a ton of time and I love that you can “save” the lesson plans you find for later without needing to keep re-searching for it! If you have been buying lesson plans online to save yourself time you might want to check out this site!  You have access to everything in your year membership which is a TON of content and resources. I love that you can rate the materials you use which gives me a good idea of what lessons to use and not use right away just by checking the stars.  It’s a nice “one place stop” for everything for your classroom. Find your worksheets, read educational articles, browse through some new app ideas, and compare what you’re working on to your state’s common core standards.

If you use Lesson Planet I’d love to know what you think!

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I had never heard of Lesson Planetbefore I received a 3-month subscription to give it a test drive for review.

The simple description of Lesson Planet is it is a search engine for teachers and parents. The website has over 225,000 lesson plans and worksheets to browse, categorized in a number of ways. The video clip below will give an idea of how one would search for particular topics on the website.

The benefit to using Lesson Planet over Google is the resulting search items are "teacher approved" and rated. There are also teacher support features, such as Subject Guide Teachers, including a Homeschooling Guide. For those who like to plan certain activities and lessons based on special holidays and events, there is a special feature just for you: the Curriculum Calender. The Curriculum Calendar lists as special event for every day and includes links to related searches on the website. For example, today's event is "First volume of Isaac Newton's "Principia" is published in 1686" and included searches are: Isaac Newton, Universal Gravitation, and Laws of Motion. In general, Lesson Planet is designed to make a teacher's life a bit easier.

So, how did it work for me? Let me preface my answer with the fact that I don't exactly use general lesson plans. And, well, I don't often use worksheets outside of our normal curriculum either. I'm also pretty proficient with using Google when I do need something like a worksheet.

That said, I did try to give Lesson Planet a whirl. I found that sometimes the search engine was a bit finicky. For example, I searched for "guitar" because my son has been asking to learn how to play. I didn't expect to find many "guitar" worksheets, but was curious if something on chords would come up. My search came up with 115 results, but many were worksheets that just contained the word "guitar" rather than actually being about the guitar. Granted, there were a few guitar-related results, but there was also worksheets on usage of the telephone directory, the scientific method, and math story problems. I tried to search for some items that were a bit more "schooly", but had similar results. The search 'SAT essay' came up with many results, but most weren't specific to the SAT. I then put the search word in quotes and only came up with zero worksheets and two lesson plans, though one had nothing to do with the SAT exam. Next, I tried "Diary of Anne Frank" with a specification of worksheets with a 3 star rating or more. I had six results, with one dead link. Requesting any star rating turned up 7 results, but the extra result wasn't directly related. A note on the dead links. I found a handful of dead links in my searches, which I suspect would be hard to avoid with the ever-changing world of the internet. The website, however, does allow you to report them.

Given my homeschooling style, this isn't a very useful tool for me. Though it sounds like I didn't come up with much, each result was indeed education related. I can see if I were teaching a class and needed to quickly find a worksheet or lesson plan on a subject for my class, this might work well. A person who has trouble finding what they need from Google may like the ability to search just educational sites. I think most schoolroom teachers would appreciate it as a time saver. Most of the resulting sites are geared toward a classroom. I didfind some useful things with each search, though often things I wouldn't personally wouldn't use. The website functions exactly as it promises; it just doesn't fit in very well with our homeschool.

The good news is that Lesson Planet offers a free 10-day trial at no obligation for you to find out how it might work in your homeschool. If it is a fit and you'd like to continue, membership costs $39.95 a year. Visit Lesson Planet for more details or to start your trial.

Visit the TOS Homeschool Crew's blogto read more reviews on this product and others.

Disclaimer: This review was provided as a result in my participation in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine Crew. I was provided the product free of charge in exchange for my honest review. I strive to give a balanced overview of each product, detailing my opinion of both pros and cons and how the product worked for my family. What works for one family may not work for another. I encourage you to read reviews of other Crew members and research sufficiently to determine if any product will be a benefit to your homeschool.
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Educational App Reviews from Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet is a search engine site designed specifically for teachers. It features over 150,000 teacher reviewed lesson plans and 75,000 worksheets. That's a LOT of stuff! The plans and worksheets are sorted by grade levels, user ratings, and subject and you can narrow your search by any of that criteria. Lesson planet has experienced teachers "guides" assigned to each subject and teachers who review the materials on each site.

The pros: If you want comprehensive, this is it. A search of "chicken" worksheets yielded over 1200 results, and when I searched Fractions, I got 3777 lesson plans, 3222 worksheets, and 2 fraction sites. The fact that they are then narrowed for you by grade level is handy, and you can narrow the search initially too. I like that the sites the search engine sends you to have been checked out already, and I know what to expect when I get there. There is even a calendar feature that tells you what is special about today in history and gives you lessons relating to that topic. And the site has link to the state standards for every state.

The cons: The lesson plans are overwhelmingly designed for classroom teachers, and therefore not so useful for homeschoolers without some tweaking. I found I had no use for the lesson plans. But I did search for and use worksheets and found it handy that they had grade information so I could immediately know which sites were grade appropriate.

The bottom line: Of all the educational search engine sites I've seen, this is the best. But still, you are paying for information that is available for free. The question is, is the convenience of having the sites pre-researched, sorted, and rated worth $39.95 a year? That's something every homeschool has to decide for themselves, but the great thing is that Lesson Planet makes that easy for you with a free 10 day trial of their site. To check it out, go HERE. And to see what other members of the TOS Crew had to say, go HERE.

Legal Disclaimer: As a member of the TOS Crew, we received a three month trial membership that the Crew shared. That membership was the only compensation I received for this review.
Sours: http://oneblessedmamma.blogspot.com/2010/04/lesson-planet-review.html

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