I think it depends on the grade and the subject. So far, I have had very little trouble finding lesson plans for younger grades, but haven't looked beyond that because it'll be a long time before my kids get there. Try just Googling "lesson plans" for the grade and subject you want rather than "homeschool lesson plans" and you might find a lot more. I find that most plans are very easy to tailor for one or two kids even if they were originally created for like 20.
by Melanie Shebel6 years ago
My sister is in school to be a teacher and she has tons and tons of lesson plans she would like to share online. She has enlisted me to help her turn them into hubs for her.Lesson plans are very structured -- hers are...
by Kymberly Fergusson4 years ago
For the teachers out there - how long does it take you to prepare and write a lesson plan?All lessons require some preparation, but how much is too much? How much is too little? And how much is just right?Obviously...
by Bill Manning7 years ago
When I get a good idea for a key word to write a hub about I also write another article about the same subject in my blogs. No sense in wasting a good key word on just one hub.In fact if you do it right you can see...
by Mike Pugh6 years ago
Did you think trigonometry was tough to learn in High School?Please briefly describe your take on it all. (You can also include college experience if any.)
by Peeples5 years ago
Why is it so hard to find employees when so many are jobless?Is it my fault or something else? I've been trying to find employees for a part time position. The job averages $15 an hour and 20 hrs a week. Yet very few...
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