EDSITEment from The National Endowment for the Humanities, shares lessons, teacher’s guides, and student activities about a variety of issues history, geography, civics, and more.
Discovery known for its programs, they give links for science kits you may or may not wish to purchase, but they provide facts and videos covering science topics.
Discovery Education videos on a variety of science, math, social studies, professional development and more. They provide free videos and virtual field trips on a variety of topics.
Ducksters Education Site information about history, biography, geography, science, and games.
Fact Monster from Information Please presents facts about the world that might be intriguing to children. A fun site to explore.
50States.com learn about each of the individual 50 states. Lots of maps, pictorials, and even a link to buying a 4 by 5 state flag.
Google Earth soar around the world from home.
The Library of Congress has a selection of social studies and science information. They include “Collection Highlights” and “Featured Webcams.” .
The Library of Congress’ America’s Story introduces students to to inventors, politicians, activists, performers, and facts about places and landmarks in history.
National Geographic videos, photography, animals, environment, travel, adventure, television, along with the daily news, maps, games, blogs and much more.
National Geographic Kids games, animals, facts and stories about nature.
Peace Corps allows children to explore the world and different cultures in countries where real Peace Corps volunteers serve.
Travel for Kids learn about other countries or prepare for a trip! Includes a list of children’s books associated with each country.
The China Guide Virtual Tour of the Great Wall of China
Archiving Early America provides links that showcase historical pictures and documents.
Revolutionary War: The American Revolution provides information about battles, overview, facts, and timeline.
American Battlefield Trust provides Civil War websites for kids.
Duckster Education Site: The American Civil War for Kids
There is more to the Civil War information from the American Civil War Museum.
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