OR – download individually below:
Intermediate Lesson Plans – Ages 11-14
Drawing A line Lesson Plan:
Elephants and Ivory Lesson Plan:
Ivory Free Canada Lesson Plan:
Are Elephants Colorblind? Lesson Plan:
Research effect of internet on ivory trade
Effects of poaching on elephant population
Educational infographics by The National Geographic
Project Ideas for Science Clubs, Animal Welfare Clubs, and Global Citizen Club
Elephant Intermediate Lesson Plan IV Anthrozoology
ELEPHANTS – ENVIRONMENT – ECOLOGY – ECONOMY – The 4 E’s and How They Are Related
What Elephant Calls Mean: A User’s Guide: Listen to the many varied sounds of the elephant as it relates to its family:
Become an Ambassador at your school for Elephanatics https://elephanatics.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/elephanataics-ambassador-duties.docx
View write up video done by David Sheldrick Foster Parents on the work Elephanatics does to educate students and global march participants on the elephant poaching and unethical tourism crisis:
#Elephants are under threat from environmental changes, #poaching and human-animal conflict. Elephanatics.org offers flexible, fun and engaging materials to #helpteachers engage students in the global and pressing issue of #elephant #extinction. Their website also has a list of Sponsoring and Fostering Organizations that accept donations and sponsorship, organizations that include educational material on their websites, elephant apps, educational videos, books and more!! Please visit:
A BIG shout out and THANK YOU to teacher ‘Tess Elia’ and students from Killarney Secondary School in Vancouver for doing an outstanding job on their ‘Save The Elephants’ campaign!
Together, they worked on poster designs, global coffee orders (organic and ethically sourced coffee) freshly roasted one pound packages of coffee, social media, powerpoint presentations, and used our education lesson plans to educate and fundraise for us. They also gained recognition from the whole school and feeder schools with their informative elephant display in the front hall.
We are extremely grateful for their efforts at continuing to support Elephanatics and for their incredible energy and determination to help save the #elephants.
Education in action: In February 2015, the Director of Education, Fran, and the Chief Program Officer, Andrea, presented all of our lesson plans at a professional development day in front of K-12 teachers. They were all very eager to start using them!
Our Director of Education, Fran, teaching the above lesson plan to a grade 5 classroom in February, 2015:
March 2016: Leanne Fogarty, Director of Education for Asian elephants, presents a power point presentation on the effects of the tourist industry on elephants, and the poaching crisis of the African elephant.