Lesson Planning Worksheet

Time4Learning offers its members tools and tips to make educating their child as simple as possible.

The lesson planning worksheet below makes it easy for parents to estimate the number of daily lessons to have their child do in each subject.

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Lesson Activity Table

How many activities should my child do each day?

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Grades Language Arts LA Extensions Math Science Social Studies
Preschool Level One: 83 activitiesLevel Two: 92 activities
Kindergarten 217 activities See below 166 activities See below See below
First 392 activities 334 activities 211 activities 13 activities See below
Second 210 activities 315 activities 215 activities 21 activities 23 activities
Third 197 activities 157 activities 254 activities 200 activities 170 activities
Fourth 161 activities 168 activities 317 activities 167 activities 204 activities
Fifth 159 activities 210 activities 360 activities 210 activities 431 activities
Sixth 133 activities 205 activities 496 activities 127 activities 176 activities
Seventh 122 activities 74 activities 419 activities See below 150 activities
Eighth 134 activities 82 activities 404 activities See below See below
The subject does not contain activities at this grade level. Check the next or previous grade level for materials covering this subject.

Daily Activity Worksheet

In 4 simple steps, you can use the table above to estimate the number of daily lessons your child should complete

Printable Lesson Planning Worksheet

  1. Locate the number of activities in your child’s grade level in the table above.

    Total Number of Activities by Subject

    Language Arts LA Extensions Math Science Social Studies
  2. Decide on the number of weeks in your child’s school year: # of weeks
  3. Divide the number of activities for each subject by the number of weeks:

    Number of Weekly Activities by Subject

    Language Arts LA Extensions Math Science Social Studies
    ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
  4. Divide the number of activities for each subject by 5 days to calculate the number of daily lessons per subject:

    Number of Daily Activities by Subject

    Language Arts LA Extensions Math Science Social Studies
    ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

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