Looking for adventure on the high seas? Here you go!
Here are a few websites to get you thinking about the Wild West, Frontier Days, and Western Expansion.
Article on life for kids travelling the Oregon Trail.
Information on the Gold Rush
Below are the links to the language learning website DuoLingo. Remember that you need to have a parents permission before using your e-mail address to sign up. Ask them first!! We will track student progress on Fridays and congratulate the winner! Bon chance!
It’s time to learn about life in the colonies. Use the Colonial Williamsburg site FIRST and foremost. It is the most accurate site to be found and REALLY interesting.
You are looking for the following:
1. Colonial Clothing
2. Colonial Entertainment
3. Colonial Food
4. Colonial Christmas Traditions
All students need to take the Speak Up Survey as instructed in class. Click on the link below and just answer the questions. If you don’t know the answer to a question, just do the best you can.
Here is the link to the Jamestown game we played in class today. See if you can beat your scores from today!
This is a different game if you just love this kind of thing…..
From time to time you will get those super exciting, way colorful newsprint reading club forms. Buying books from Scholastic is definitely optional, but it is DEFINITELY cheaper. If you are interested in purchasing books, I would like to ask that you order online if at all possible. My teacher code is J2RZ7. The link for Scholastic is in my “Blogroll” at all times. But here it is just to make it easier. Scholastic Reading Club
Interested in BEING a Viking? Give it a try with this interactive online game. Leave a comment when you are done to let the class know how your Viking saga ends. Remember, first name only. No e-mail address. And your comment will not appear until I approve it.