This is an older set of our lesson plan templates but they are still popular. If you are looking for a newer version, check out our editable teacher planning binder which includes a variety of editable templates. You will find the link at the bottom of this post.
We created this collection of lesson plan templates to help teachers try to find a lay out they are comfortable with. You might choose to use our documents as they are.
Or, you might choose to create your own set using some of our ideas.
As always, this collection was created for free classroom use. You may copy and use for yourself.
These forms may not be printed and sold or modified and sold.
Please let us know if you have any questions!
The first two of the following Lesson Plan Templates have been saved and presented as Word documents so that they can be typed on, saved and/or manipulated to suit your style and your district requirements. These are GREAT for beginning teachers!
Lesson Plan Template Idea #1 – For those teachers who like to plan their days and see things sequentially.
Lesson Plan Template Idea #2 – For those teachers who like to plan their days in sections.
Lesson Plan Template Idea #3 – Week at a Glance – Take to team planning meetings to get a better vision for your entire week. Print both pages. Hole punch the right side of the first page and the left side of the second page to show the whole week’s plans for your binder. Print four copies at once to plan your month!
Lesson Plan Template Idea #3 (Word Document) – Week at a Glance – This is the same template as the one listed above but presented as a Word document. Each box contains a text box so that you can type your plans or change the document to fit your needs.
You might also be interested in our fully editable teacher planning binder that includes updated versions of the above lesson plan templates: Editable Planning Binder