And if that's not enough, you can always just type in the topic you're looking for in the search bar. Once you complete your search, you'll get a nice preview of all the lessons available. You can hold your mouse over a lesson to get summary of the plan as well.
Now, here comes the really awesome part. Once you find a lesson you like, it will be completely organized and aligned for you. Each lesson comes with learning objectives, common core alignment, 21st century skills, a step-by-step plan, a resources list, and basically anything you could think of that you would need to successfully teach the activity.
Finally, if you've got lessons you'd like to share with other teachers, you can do so with the "create" button at the top right (for now you have to sign up for this feature, but soon it will be open to everyone).
So, if you haven't already, why not sign up for a free account? Fresh lesson plans await! Plus, I love that you're able to comment and discuss lessons with other teachers from around the globe. Being able to communicate and collaborate with teachers from other schools is an amazing tool that would be incredibly beneficial to using and improving on their collection of lessons.
Despite being new to the scene, Educade has quickly proved that it has a lot to offer. It's well organized and easy to use, with a great collection of lessons, plus it's a completely free resource. This site is definitely worth checking out: