Need a homeschool curriculum companion to supplement your lesson plans? Access 3000+ carefully curated lessons designed to inspire a love of learning!
What if I told you there was a one-stop shop for supplemental homeschool lesson plans? You’d probably say, “Isn’t that Google?” Well, yes – if you don’t mind sifting through a bazillion resources hoping to stumble onto something that you could maybe tweak to meet your needs. Only to then have inappropriate ads pop up all over your screen.
Wouldn’t it be better to have a place with curated content designed for educators and students? No more sifting through worthless content. And no more annoying ads. Well, I’ve found just the place!
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Introducing Elephango! It’s a collection of 3,000+ K-12 lessons to spark curiosity and inspire a love of learning in children. I would describe it as my own personalized homeschool lesson plan search engine.
It’s the perfect homeschool curriculum companion to supplement your lesson plans!
But, it’s not just for parents and educators. It allows students to play an active role in their learning!
Searching for Lessons – It’s Super Simple
You can search by subject or by grade level. You can search by time units, i.e. how long the lesson takes. Or by content type. Search by lesson type or by learning style. You can even search by personality profile (lion, otter, beaver, golden retriever) – more on that later.
If your children will be searching for and selecting their own lessons, be sure to install the Elephango Chrome extension. It creates a safe search landing page where kids can safely search BOTH Elephango and Google!
Personalized Lessons to Meet Your Needs
With Elephango, you’re able to click a few boxes to select the subjects and grade levels that interest you most. These selections inspire the recommendations presented to you on the platform.
For example, as a newbie to the platform, I’m interested in all the subjects. I want to see all that it has to over me and my kids!
However, since my kids are all older, I selected High School (9-12), Adult Education, and Parent Resources (not shown in the photo).
I even found some lessons that I, personally, want to take – “How To Manipulate and Edit Photos.”
So, to give you a small taste of the many, many high school lessons offered, here are some of the featured lessons based on each subject matter listed below:
Featured Math Lessons:
Social Studies Featured Lessons:
Reading & Language Arts Featured Lessons:
Science & Technology Featured Lessons:
College, Career & Life Skills Featured Lessons:
Fine Arts Featured Lessons:
The Ultimate Homeschool Curriculum Companion
And, this is just the tip of the iceberg! If the course introductions are already piquing your interest, just wait til you check out the actual lessons, which include embedded educational videos, interactive content and activities, downloadable worksheets, projects, and learning adventures for all ages!
There is so, so much available on Elephango. I truly am blown away by the sheer amount and quality of the content!
Personalized Profile Assessments
And if all that wasn’t enough, Elephago (in partnership with Bridgeway Academy) also offers the Elephango Total Assessment. While the main purpose is to give you more insight into your family, I found that it even gave me more insight into myself. (Yes, I took the profile assessment as well!)
Turns out I’m a visual learner. My collaboration preference is “individual” and my personality profile is the “beaver.” The accuracy of my assessment is incredibly impressive! In fact, it’s so accurate that I think my husband could benefit from reading it – especially the Communication Do’s and Don’ts!
Try Elephango for FREE!
Yep, you read that right! Right now you can get access to all 3000+ lessons for FREE for 3 months!
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So, head on over to check it out! You won’t be sorry – unless you actually enjoy sorting through worthless content on Google and regularly closing annoying ads.
This post was originally published on August 31, 2023.