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Lesson Tutor : Help, F.A.Q.’s, and Submission Guidelines

  /  Lesson Tutor : Help, F.A.Q.’s, and Submission Guidelines
HELP, please… This could be one of those days when nothing seems to be working the way we would like it to be. Please, give me a call – I can’t help if I don’t know what the problem is. My family insists this website is a permanent appendage, so if I don’t answer almost immediately, it means that THEY have sabotaged it! JM 
PS I do sleep occasionally.


Submission Guidelines
What types of Consultants are you looking for? We are always looking for quality submissions for the benefit of other Parents and Educators. Our goal is to house an extensive reference library that is simply accessed by anybody. The contents will primarily include lesson plans, worksheets, and support articles. If you feel that your own experiences may be of assistance to someone else within the education category and community, then you are a qualified contributor. 
Do you accept submissions from outside of the United States? Yes. Education and Parenting are universal. Though the initial set-up of this site revolves around  North American terminology, we would love to recognize other countries and their distinctive differences. As the site matures, refinement to suit the majority of viewers will also evolve. 
What copyrights do I retain from my articles? You will retain copyrights to your material. Lesson Tutor retains non-exclusive rights to display your article on our site. All articles will include general copyright protection notices as a reminder to viewers that the work is that of someone else, to give you due recognition for your original works and as a prompt to credit and/or contact you if the contents are considered for more than personal, educational use. Please review our Terms of Use, Legal and Privacy Policies.
How do I submit articles? We accept all submissions for consideration. We will format the lesson plans and/or articles to conform to our page design before displaying them. We will not further edit these pages without contacting you first. Due to the volume of submission requests, we may delay posting any submissions that require  more than minimal correction. Please browse through the site prior to submitting your works to familiarize yourself with the current page set-up and components of our “ideal” lesson plans.
You can email your Lesson Plan(s) or articles to [email protected] 
Please include the following information in your correspondence:
1. Full Name
2. Brief Bio about yourself to be included on every article and Consultant Directory. For example, Click here
3. A current, active email address. Please indicate if you would like viewers to have the ability to respond directly to you via email.
4. The Subject(s) and Topic(s) you feel would best display your work, even if not currently available.
5. Attach a URL where the article may be viewed, the complete file or copy and paste directly into the body of the email your Article or Lesson Plan. Images and links are welcome at this time. Please correspond in plain text rather than HTML. 
6. The ideal length is between 300 and 1500 words. If the length exceeds this limit, consider creating 2 separate submission requests with links between each.
7. Check back often to admire your work! Well done! 
Can I promote my articles outside of Lesson Tutor? We encourage our Consultants to promote their material outside of Lesson Tutor’s site. However, Lesson Tutor cannot be held accountable for any outside promotion. You are encouraged to place links to your articles from other sites, however the links must be based on the merits, or content of your article.

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Multiplication Stations

Hooverville Problems

Who Ordered the Mango Mash?

Blender Blunders

Let’s Get Some Order in Here!

Decimal Dilemma

There’s a Pattern Here

An Ancient Chinese Puzzle

Addition Mission

Adding Money

What do You Like to Read?

World Religions

Leaders of the World

States and Capitals 3

States and Capitals 2

States and Capitals 1

State Abbreviations 3

State Abbreviations 2

State Abbreviations 1

Map of the United States

Landform Chart

Know Your States


The World Around Us

I Can Dream

Relate to the Leader

The Story of Christmas

On the Phone

Conflict Corner

Reading Comprehension

The Presidents of the Country

Know Thy Neighbor

Guess My Name

About Washington

Cracking Labor Day

Double Puzzle on Labor Day

Great Samaritans

People and Their Instruments

Work and You

Tiger Trivia

You Make My Heart Throb

Types of Invertebrates

Classification of Plants

They are Almost Dead


Divide and Conquer

Unlocking Multiplication

Madame Pomreeda’s Powers

Don’t Bug Me

Stir It Up

Witch’s Brew

Casting a Spell

Vampire Maze

Longing for Division

The Enchanted Forest

Keys to the Door

Simple Fractions

Easter Math Problems

Yes or No

Do Your Duties

Search for Your Clothes

Caramel Carnations

Tombstone Toss-up

The Vampire’s Cats

Peanut Butter n’ Jelly Picnic

Ghostly Parts of Speech

Get a Clue

Caught in the Web

Punctuation Practice

The Haunted Castle

I Have a Dream

Proofread the Dream

Summer Cool


Erstwhile Letters

Exploring Venus

Integers Addition

Locating the Eiffel Tower

Locating the Taj Mahal

Natural Calamity: Earthquakes

Rhyming Words

Three Dimensions

Clear the Confusion

It Could Always Be Worse

Count to Ten

Anansi and the Visitor

Three Strong Women

Stone Soup

Frog’s Fiesta

Two of Everything

Country Mouse, City Mouse

The Magic Tortilla

Tante Odette

Woolly and the Cave Kids: True or False

Woolly and the Cave Kids: What a Week!

Woolly and the Cave Kids: Word Meanings

Woolly and the Cave Kids: Word Usage

Know Your Nouns – IV

Know Your Nouns – III

The Cave Kids: Riddle Time

The Cave Kids: Picture That

The Cave Kids: Word Meanings

The Cave Kids: Word Usage

Telescope Decoder

More Than One

Present and Past

Synonyms Match

Antonyms at the Art Gallery

Beasley and Homophones

Maestro’s Mix-up

Bothoven’s Message

Perfect Tense

It’s Easy!

What’s the Adjective?

Fun with Homophones

Summer Holidays are Fun!

Do the Opposite!

Jimble Jumble

Favorite Festival

Biosphere Mix-Up Fix-Up

Take a Hike

Who’s in the Ocean!

Mort’s Stomachache

Robot Buffet

Place Values

Pretty Smart, Mort

We Need More Power!

More Juice

Mega Power Surge

Power Up!

Will Somebody Get the Door?

It All Multiplies

Around The World

Multiply into 5!

Sweet Tooth

Know Thy Rugby

Do You Know Him? II

Do You Know Him?

Locate and Color

Continents and Oceans

America, America

States and Capitals

My Home Rules

Good Habits

Bad Habits

Easter Essay

Laugh Riot

Research Report 3 & 4

Essay Writing: My Summer Vacation

Book Report 3 & 4

A Special Memory

World’s Best Father!

Make Them Sound Good

Locked Out

Antonyms: Step-by-Step

Sound Alikes

Fast and Fearless: Reflections

Fast and Fearless: Similar or Opposite?

Fast and Fearless: Word Meanings

Fast and Fearless

Paint’s Vacation: Reflections

Paint’s Vacation: True or False

Paint’s Vacation: Word Meanings

Prefix Perfect

Meanings, Spellings, and Matching

Pilings Puzzler

Machu Picchu

Predicates, Please

Subject Surprises

Adverb Adventure

Caves of Cumae

Batty About Verbs

Noun Gems

Words of the Past

Temple of Plurals

Blasting Off With Verbs

Beautiful Fruits

Spelling Duel

Months of the Year

Order by Alphabet

Wheel of Words

All About Adjectives

Love Affection Adoration

Put the Words in Place

Reading for Mom

Planet Positions

Hot or Cold?

Life Cycle of a Plant

Arranged in Order

Earthly Features

Growing a Plant

Know What They Are!

Plant and Sun

Football Fun

Do You Carry The Ball?