Lesson Planner
Lesson Planner

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Two ways to create a lesson plan

OPTION #1: Respond to question prompts (the ‘Mad Lib’ approach)

Fill out a digital form which automatically formats your ideas as a lesson plan. Then you can easily edit it, print it, download it, share it or use it as a template for other sessions you’re designing.


OPTION #2: Jot initial ideas on paper

Download and print out a hardcopy of the PDF lesson planner form you can fill out by hand. You can transform this content into digital assets (like slides and docs) whenever you’re ready.

❓FAQs about Lesson Plans:

What if I want to edit all the blue text at the top of the
Come back to this page to edit anything in the sections in blue text.
How do I use the ‘Primary Activities’ table?
Click the ‘+New Row’ link to add new activities. Re-order activities by dragging the handle on the left of the Activity row up and down the list. Click into the ‘Notes’ column to add resources, assets, etc. Right-click any row to delete the activity.

Want to print your doc?
This is not the way.
Try clicking the ⋯ next to your doc name or using a keyboard shortcut (
) instead.