Category Archives: Social Studies

Your Life on Earth

Would you like to see how you and the earth have changed since you were born? Find out many times your heart has beat, how far you have traveled, how much the ocean has risen, how high a redwood has … Continue reading

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Fact Monster

Try out Fact Monster from Information Please – students can get homework help, find interesting facts, search the reference desk, and use the thesaurus and almanac to gather information for any project. They have thousands of subjects. FactMonster

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60-Second Civics

Join the Center for Civic Education for its daily sixty second podcast for listeners to learn about our nation’s government, the Constitution, and our history. You can listen to the day’s topic or you can choose from previous broadcasts. There … Continue reading

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“The Best…” websites

Larry Ferlazzo is a widely known teacher, author, and blogger who has developed a multitude of “Best of” websites. This page lists 100s of his lists for everything from Art or Music, Math or English, to holidays and search engines. … Continue reading

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Animaps

Make your own informative, animated map or enjoy watching the maps made by others. You do not need an account to watch, but you do need an account to save your own.  To create an account all you need is … Continue reading

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Six Virtual Field Trips to Give Lesson Plans a Boost by Allie Gross

Are you looking for a virtual field trip for your classroom? One or all of these may just fill the bill. Six Virtual Field Trips to Give Lesson Plans a Boost

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Primary Sources and More on TeachingHistory.org

From the National History Education Clearinghouse, Teaching History provides primary source sets and social studies resources that are designed for classroom use.  You’ll find teaching guides, lesson plans, and much more on… TeachingHistory.org

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Study Notes

This site is designed to help AP students (and teachers.) They provide a variety of tools including study guides, practice tests, and notes. They also provide a database of successful college admission essays for many of the top colleges and … Continue reading

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Project Noah

Visit Project Noah if you would like to explore the different animals or organisms found around the world. Join if you would like to be a citizen scientist and add to the project. Project Noah

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American Presidency Project

This collection of executive branch primary documents from U.S. History features data on every Presidential Election dating back to 1789, a Presidential Documents Archive and text versions of each Inaugural Address. The American Presidency Project

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