March on Washington, Other Back to School Resources from ePals
Education media company offers free and low-cost Pre-K-12 lessons, learning materials, publications and professional development resources to help teachers ramp up for the new school year.

WASHINGTON, DC – August 27, 2013 – ePals Corporation (TSX-V: SLN), an education media company and the world’s leading Global Learning Network, today announced it is supporting teachers in the fall 2013 back to school window across the US, Asia, and Europe with a host of free and low-cost resources.
• Commemorate the 50th anniversary of the US March on Washington with free lesson materials from ePals. Included are standards-aligned collaborative explorations, first-person investigations and other project-based learning activities incorporating videos, articles, quizzes, and more.
• is a new K-12 international teaching resources marketplace with original, classroom-tested, ready-to-use content. Resources cover everything from one-off activities to full units in STEM, language arts, social studies and other core curricular areas, plus music, bulletin board art, and more. In addition to top quality teacher-created resources are offerings from trusted education publishers like Cobblestone and Cricket. Many resources are free.
• 18 children’s magazines from Cobblestone and Cricket engage learners with activities, games, contests, and articles on earth science, cultural explorations, history, literature, poetry, art and more. Available in English and Spanish, print or digital format, magazines are ad-free and most include teacher’s guides and Lexile measures. Classroom subscriptions are available at volume discounts. To subscribe, visit
About ePals Corporation
• ePals Corporation (TSXV: SLN) is an education media company and the leading Global Learning Network. Focused on the K-12 market, ePals offers school administrators, teachers, students and parents worldwide trusted content, interactive learning experiences, and a collaborative learning community. ePals’ award-winning products include: popular children’s educational publishing brands from toddlers to teens, including Cricket® and Cobblestone®; the ePals Global Community®; and In2Books®, a common core eMentoring program that builds reading, writing and critical thinking skills. ePals also offers SchoolMail365 and has recently launched, a teaching resource marketplace connecting educators to original, classroom-tested content. Also new is a content-licensing, clearance and production service for education publishers. ePals serves approximately 1 million classrooms and reaches millions of teachers, students and parents in approximately 200 countries and territories. Product websites include:;;; and
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