Comprised of a team of K-12 and university educators, the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO) is dedicated to providing tools and resources to help educators of all levels and subject areas integrate philosophy education into their classrooms. On this website, educators can find a wealth of resources, including lesson plans, unit plans, classroom activities, articles of interest, videos, and more. Perhaps the best place for educators to start exploring is the Philosopher's Toolkit, which can be found under the Resources tab. Here, teachers can browse for materials by subject, including Math, Science, Languages & Literature, and Social Studies. Lesson and unit plans are labeled by intended audience (e.g. College/University, High School, Middle School, Elementary) and include all necessary materials. Educators may also want to browse the Library to find free philosophy texts and multimedia materials. Elementary school educators in particular may want to check out a collection of podcast episodes that introduce young children to philosophy, available under the Stories tab.