COREplus – FREE

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COREPlus is an exciting collection of FREE educational software programs that makes it easy to learn all about history, geography, science, fine art, and more. Click any title to start the program.

  • Against All OddsThe adventurers taught in this title challenged both nature and themselves. From Edmund Hillary to Roger Banister; they are all titleholders.
  • America Before the RevolutionLearn about the Iroquois League, Jamestown and other events, people, and places before the Revolutionary War.
  • Art PrinciplesPaint, draw, and sculpt with new understanding by learning basic principles of art.
  • Bill of RightsLearn the first ten amendments to the Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights.
  • Civil WarLearn the major events of the Civil War. Discover how each event contributed to the final restoration of the union between the states of the United States of America.
  • Cold WarThis war of ideas and economies includes the building of the Iron Curtain and the nuclear arms race.
  • Common ElementsThis is a great introduction to the symbols and properties of the most commonly studies elements of the periodic table.
  • Conquerors of the WorldCross the plains of Europe and Asia with Hannibal, Charlemagne, and Suleiman the Magnificent.
  • Constitutional AmendmentsLearn about the 17 amendments to the Constitution that have been added after the Bill of Rights.
  • Elements of ArtCreate better artwork by learning the basic elements of art such as shape, color, and perspective.
  • Europe Before 1800Learn about major European events from 476 to the year 1789 A.D.
  • Explorers of the New WorldLearn the names and routes of European explorers who made the first discoveries and voyages in the Americas.
  • Famous U.S. PresidentsLearn about the most famous U.S. Presidents: George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, and 10 others.
  • Food and NutritionLearning to read a nutrition label will help you learn about the basic food groups and healthy eating.
  • Founders of AmericaLearn the important founders who helped win our nation’s independence. John Adams, Patrick Henry, James Madison, and others.
  • French PhrasesLearn to read and recognize basic phrases that will allow you to begin communicating with French-speaking people.
  • Gods of Mount OlympusHave fun learning about important characters in Greek mythology. Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, and others.
  • Great InventorsMeet Gutenberg, Edison, and other great inventors.
  • Innovative AirplanesHave fun learning about airplanes that led the way for changes in the history of aviation.
  • Inspiring PeopleHelen Keller, Charles Lindberg, and Jackie Robinson are examples of those who inspired and lifted the spirits of others.
  • International Space StationGo on a tour of Space Station Alpha and learn about the major modules that will make up the completed station.
  • Internet BasicsLearn how to be more productive and have more fun on the Internet.
  • Modern U.S. PresidentsLearn about the 12 most recent U.S. Presidents, from Franklin D. Roosevelt to George W. Bush.
  • Musical NotationRock and roll, jazz, classical, and country music all use these important symbols and notation.
  • Nineteenth CenturyManufacturing, imperialism, immigration, and education are just a few of the major themes from this dynamic century.
  • Notes of the Bass ClefBeginning musicians can start to read and recognize the notes of the bass clef.
  • Notes of the Treble ClefBeginning musicians can start to read and recognize the notes of the treble clef.
  • Organs of the BodyHave fun learning interesting facts about the major organs in the human body. Covers the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and digestive systems.
  • Our Sun and Its PlanetsLearn about the Sun, Pluto, and everything in between.
  • ScientistsHave fun learning about scientists such as Copernicus, Pasteur, and Hubble.
  • Ships of HistoryThis title will teach you the major ships of history: from the simple outrigger canoe used by the Polynesians to the luxurious ocean liners enjoyed today.
  • Simple MachinesHave fun with animation of these devices that make work easier.
  • Spanish PhrasesLearn to read and recognize basic phrases that will allow you to begin communicating with Spanish-speaking people.
  • Thinkers and PhilosophersLearn about contributions of great thinkers such as Socrates, Descartes, Franklin, and Einstein.
  • Wars in U.S. HistoryHonor American veterans by learning about the major wars in the History of the United States.
  • Westward ExpansionThe Cumberland Gap, Erie Canal, and Oklahoma Land Rush opened the west to trappers and early settlers.
  • Women LeadersThese influential women were military leaders, queens, prime ministers, and humanitarians.
  • World ExplorersColumbus, Magellan, Bering, and Livingstone are just a few of those who have traveled to the ends of the earth.
  • World War II in EuropeExplore the rise and fall of the Nazi empire in Europe during the largest world war.