HOW-TO: A Look at our Print Book Lesson Plans

All of our resources follow a unique and consistent format. We do this to maximize the ease-of-use of the lesson plan, and to ensure each resource will fit within every teacher’s pedagogy. To learn more, please read our blog post on our Teaching Pedagogy.

In order to meet our teachers’ needs, we also provide our content in a variety of formats. Our Print Book format is geared towards teachers who prefer the traditional method of having a physical copy of a resource that they can reproduce using the format that best fits their needs, whether that be using a photocopier, scanner or simply providing the students with the master copy. Teachers can order our content, which we will then ship within 24 hours from the time the order is placed. Once the resource arrives, teachers can use it with their own online teaching platforms.

How to Use a Print Book Lesson Plan

To start, search our website for the lesson plan you want to purchase. Select “Print Book” from the “Choose Your Version” section of the product page. Then add it to your cart. Please note, there will be a shipping charge for all print versions. Upon completion of the checkout process, we will process your order within 24 hours for fast shipping. We print out the book in both color and black and white, bind it in perfect bound, then ship to you. You can expect to receive your order within 5 to 9 working days for ground mail delivery for most destinations throughout North America.

Once your order has arrived, you can share the resource with your students. Copy the pages you wish to use as Student Handouts, and store the original complete Print Book in a safe place for unlimited teaching in the future.

The Print Book version of our lesson plans is laid out the same as our eBook versions. Therefore, you will already be familiar with the layout and can refer to the provided Teacher Guide for best practices when using the lesson plan. To learn more, please read our blog post on Tools for Teachers.

For online learning, you can still incorporate our Print Book lesson plans into your virtual classroom. Simply scan the documents you wish to share and use with your own online teaching platforms. Read our dedicated blog post here for strategies and tools to help get started with virtual learning. And to learn how our lesson plans meet your curriculum standards, read our dedicated blog post here.

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