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March 20, 2018

Is your curriculum on the Indian caste system outdated? There is more to the caste system than meets the eye!

We invite you to explore south Asia with our newest Biogiraffe. Mahati Kopparla and Roshan Sebastian provide two unique perspectives of the caste system in Indi...

February 27, 2018

Borders are more than lines on maps. Borders tell the stories of people.

While borders can be highly restrictive, they can also provide opportunity. Borders can open up the world as we discover the ways in which our cultures connect. Learn how borders shaped the life of...

January 23, 2018

The inspiration that drives Biogiraffe is the story that lives inside of each one of us. Often, that inspiration is very close to home. David Woolson started Brazos Valley Barbell in the summer of 2015. Recognizing the need for a unique gym in the Bryan/College Station...

January 17, 2018

Make, buy and trade with Mr. Goodson! Our new biogiraffe is sure to enhance your Kinder or 1st grade elementary lesson!

We have several new additions to our primary resources here at Biogiraffe! Our new giraffic organizer is geared specifically for younger students. We...

January 16, 2018

The type of economy in which one lives can determine the types of opportunities afforded individuals. The command economy of the Soviet Union affected the bakery in which Nicolai Popov and his family worked. The nature of the command economy eliminated any opportunity...

December 20, 2017

Learn the fascinating story of Florence and Charles Butt - the founders of one of the most popular grocery stores Texas.

Our new biogiraffe is an awesome addition to your 4th and 5th grade social studies lessons. Help students learn more about the free enterprise system...

December 15, 2017

Imagine a time, when knowing the time could be the difference between life and death. Now imagine you’re at sea. Land is nowhere in sight. You’re in the middle of an endless ocean. As far as the eye can see this watery wilderness is your temporary home. Being able to f...

December 3, 2017

In this week's biogiraffe we meet Lucas Giordano. Lucas worked as an engineer on the Euro Tunnel that connects France to Great Britain. We learn about the unique aspects of the Euro Tunnel as well as the some interesting facts related to Lucas' life. As always, there a...

November 21, 2017

Last weekend, biogriaffe took a trip to San Francisco, California to attend the National Council for the Social Studies conference! We were happy to meet fellow educators and look forward to an opportunity to present biogiraffe at a future NCSS conference. Until then w...