No Hassle Lesson Planning With Our Teacher's Planning Calendar

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We love lesson plans! It is so rewarding to put ideas into lessons that can help students be engaged, learn and have fun. With this in mind we have created the Teacher's Planning Calendar.

This is what the month of March looks like:

No Hassle Lesson PlanningAll the items on the calendar are clickable links that take you to a lesson plan.

All our lesson plans come with a list of materials, an overview of the lesson, an introduction, an objective, a standard and the instructions. This simple format makes it easy to plan out a week full of lessons for your class or for a substitute.

We are huge fans of organization and wacky days like "Eiffel Tower Day" and "National Puppy Day."

Here are a couple lesson plans we really like for the month of March.

Story Time

No Hassle Lesson Planning

This animal paper bag lesson plan is a great resource for engaging kiddos in playtime or story time. The best part is that this can all be made with paper bags and construction paper. This lesson plan can be used for English, Theater, and even Life Science.

Puzzles

No Hassle Lesson Planning

How cute is this ice cream puzzle invitation lesson plan?  It is perfect for little hands to piece together and then read. We love the educational aspects as well as the cleverness of this fun invitation. Take it a step further by helping the kiddos create the puzzle themselves as part of the lesson.

Math

No Hassle Lesson Planning

This math critters shape art lesson plan makes math fun! This is a great STEM project, craft project, or a project that can be used to introduce shapes. This lesson plan lets the kiddos hone in on their artistic and mathematical skills at the same time.

Fine Arts

No Hassle Lesson Planning

The I have a dream mobile is one of our favorite lessons because it is the perfect project to hang in the classroom for back to school night or give to parents as a gift from their kiddos. The kiddos will enjoy a lesson plan that is full of fun and dream building.

Lesson plans are an invaluable part of education and it's so much fun to see teachers coming up with new and captivating ideas.

What lesson plans are you excited about?

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