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What Are the Chances?
Math | Middle School (6-8)
Music Lifts Our Spirits!
Fine Arts | Primary (K-2), Intermediate (3-5)

Popular Resources

Be an Impressionist
Fine Arts | Middle School (6-8)
Air Pressure and Weather
Science | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Life at Plymouth
History | Intermediate (3-5)
Protecting Sea Turtles
Science | Primary (K-2), Intermediate (3-5)
How Do Prosthetics Work?
Science | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Buzzing for Idioms
English / Language Arts | Intermediate (3-5)
Did the Emancipation Proclamation Really Free the Slaves?
History | Middle School (6-8)
Let's Explore the World!
Geography | Intermediate (3-5), Middle School (6-8)
How to Format an Essay in APA Style
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Jacques Cartier: O, Canada!
History | Middle School (6-8)
Subtraction: 4-digit
Math | Intermediate (3-5)
Types of Angles: Right, Acute, Obtuse
Math | Intermediate (3-5)

Math

Comparing Objects by Length
Math | PreK/K, Primary (K-2)

If you met a snake, would you rather meet a long snake or a short snake? Would you stick around to measure it? Using video and online resources, you will learn how to measure things short and tall!

Subtracting 2- and 3-Digit Numbers
Math | Intermediate (3-5)

What if you had $15.39 in your pocket (the one with the hole in it!) and some of it fell out. How would you figure out how much you lost? Learn to subtract large numbers while playing a fun card game!

Percent: Who Doesn't Love a Sale? (Discounts!)
Math | Middle School (6-8)

Oh good, those sneakers I want are discounted! But do I have enough money to buy them? How much are they? Learn the two ways to calculate discounts so you can be a better shopper (candy not included)!

Location: Inside and Outside
Math | PreK/K, Primary (K-2)

Has a parent ever told you to go outside and play? How do you know you are outside? What would happen if your milk went outside the glass? Play a game and go on a search to learn inside and outside!

Social Studies

Birthdays Around the World
Social Studies | PreK/K, Primary (K-2)

A birthday is an important celebration of a person's life. People around the world celebrate birthdays in different ways. What's your favorite way to celebrate a birthday? Maybe you'll find a new way!

Because Every Picture Tells A Story: Political Cartoons
History | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)

When you think of cartoons, do you think of animated drawings on TV or the funnies in the comic section of a paper? Some cartoons can be humorous yet make a serious point! Try your hand at this art!

The Manchu People
History | Intermediate (3-5)

Do you have a nickname? Does your ethnic group have a nickname? There is an ethnic group in China that has a cute-sounding nickname but ruled the land for centuries. Learn about their ancient history!

How Did the Black Death Affect Europe in the Middle Ages?
History | Middle School (6-8)

Imagine that people in your community are contracting a mysterious disease. It seems more and more folks are getting sick every day! How do you stop it from spreading, and how do you protect yourself?

Reading & Language Arts

Mockingbirds of Society
Reading | High School (9-12)

Have you ever witnessed the bullying of a classmate, friend, or stranger? What was your reaction to the situation? Did you step in to defend the victim, or simply stand by and watch? How did you feel?

Magical Metaphors
English / Language Arts | Middle School (6-8)

Have you ever heard of metaphors? Well, they are parts of speech that help your writing pop! They are the icing on the cake of writing! Examine some poems to learn what they are and how to use them!

Using Graphic Organizers to Write
English / Language Arts | Intermediate (3-5), Middle School (6-8)

"Graphic organizers" are not tools you use to put your pictures in order; they are diagrams that help you organize your thoughts when you are preparing to write. Choose the one that is right for you!

Points of View
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)

What’s your style? Do you wear pink polka dots in summer or tight skinny jeans? Just as in life, there are different ways of “styling” your writing. Discover the point of view that suits your style!

Science & Technology

Taking and Using Pictures in Documents
Technology | Intermediate (3-5)

"A picture is worth a thousand words." Pictures are easy to take and add to your work, and they add so much professionalism to your projects! Picture yourself taking great photographs with these tips!

Shark Attack!
Science | High School (9-12)

You and I sit on top of the food chain, and we don't mean your favorite burger place. What does this have to do with shark attacks? Learn how environmental factors affect sharks (and swimmers!).

What Do You See Through Your Eye, Mr. Fly?
Science | Primary (K-2)

Since so many insects can fly, why is only one called a "fly"? We won't answer that, but we will show you how fascinating these common pesky creatures are. How DO they stick to ceilings and walls?

Animation: What Is It and How Does It Work?
Technology | High School (9-12)

Can you guess why films are called "movies"? Why people are called "actors"? Not only do people move and act in films, but so can drawings! Learn (and try!) how animation makes the inanimate move!

College, Career & Life Skills

Copyright and the Public Domain
Life Skills | Middle School (6-8)

Have you ever wanted to download and use an image from the World Wide Web on a blog or website? If you have, you need to know about copyright laws. Explore more about what this important term means!

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!
Life Skills | Primary (K-2), Intermediate (3-5)

There are so many jobs you can choose to work at when you become an adult. What would you like to be when you grow up? What do you need to learn? Discover some really cool jobs now in this fun lesson!

Using Money You Don't Have
Life Skills | High School (9-12)

Shopping is easy when you can whip out the credit card and buy anything you want! Paying off the debt is not so much fun and can be dangerous! Learn more about credit and how to keep it under control!

Participate, Because You Can Make a Difference!
Government | Middle School (6-8)

Do you see or know of something in your community that doesn't seem right or could be made better? Your community can be as small as your street and large as the world. Learn how to make a difference!

Fine Arts

Listening to the Jazz of the Jazz Age
Fine Arts | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)

Does music influence the culture or does culture influence music? What do you think of music that maybe your grandparents listened to? Learn about a truly American musical form and learn some history!

Big Eyes: The Style of Margaret Keane
Fine Arts | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)

"But, grandmother, what big eyes you have!" said Little Red Riding Hood. That was bad news, but the paintings of Ms. Keane are endearing because of those big eyes. Learn how style speaks out in art!

Dance Around the World
Fine Arts | PreK/K, Primary (K-2), Intermediate (3-5)

Have you ever listened to music and just had to move to it? People all around the world express themselves through dance. Have fun learning about and joining different dances, and make your own dance!

What Does an Art Conservator Do?
Fine Arts | High School (9-12)

We've all heard pleas from conservationists to preserve the glories of our environment. Political conservatives try to preserve the best of cultures. How about conserving great art? Is that for you?

Elephango's Philosophy

We help prepare learners for a future that cannot yet be defined. They must be ready for change, willing to learn and able to think critically. Elephango is designed to create lifelong learners who are ready for that rapidly changing future.