In your classroom
Hope Elephants is proud to release our Education Resource Guide. It is available as a free download or as a package available through the mail with additional materials.
The resource guide includes activities in elephant physiology, ecology, animal behavior and conservation. There are multi-discipline activities designed for 4 to 18-year-old students and aligned with national science and common core standards.
To discuss how your school can integrate the guide, or for any further questions please contact us at: [email protected] with the word “Guide” in the subject line.
Includes: Printed copy of Hope Elephants Education Resource Guide, “Elephant Talk” book by Ann Downer, “Blood Ivory” National Geographic magazine (October 2012), and CD of original music created to accompany activities.
Innovating via education
Hope Elephants has friends all over the world who want to teach the world about elephants. One of our friends happens to be a safari guide in Tanzania. As soon as we can raise the funds to get our friend a computer, we’ll be able to project real-time images of African elephants into classrooms. Just think—your donation could help students everywhere go on virtual safaris. Donate here.