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Lesson Plan Samples

If your program does not require a specific format or if you are looking to make the leap from paper to electronic planning, we have just what you need to ensure that all the elements of your lesson plan are in place. Login to our portal to create plans that will be printed in these template formats.

Teachers may need to plan specific activities to meet a particular child’s needs. These lesson plan samples include examples of how adaptations can be applied to various lesson plan activities. For example, for dual language learners, you could place books in the reading area or recorded stories in the listening area that are written/narrated in that child’s home language (CLL5.2b). Some children with sensory challenges may not prefer to touch paint or sand, so they can be given a zip-seal bag partially filled with that substance so they can manipulate it through the bag (PDM4.2a).