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Open source lesson plans and more

Lessonopoly is a free software portal developed by Silicon Valley Education Foundation with input from teachers. The site allows teachers to organize activities inside and outside the classroom, create and share lesson plans, and connect to other teachers by building
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Lessonopoly is a free software portal developed by Silicon Valley Education Foundation with input from teachers. The site allows teachers to organize activities inside and outside the classroom, create and share lesson plans, and connect to other teachers by building online communities.

Lesson plans run the gamut from "If I Were an Animal" to "Get Me To The Museum On Time," in subject areas such as the arts, foreign languages, math, science, English and even phys ed.

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