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    History For Children - Features weekly articles and links on a variety of topics in American and World History. Also provides a listing of history web resources and reading lists for kids, parents, and teachers in history. (For Grades 3+)

    National Council for the Social Studies - Junior and senior high lesson plans, all in pdf format.

    Die Like An Egyptian - A study of the ancient Egyptian afterlife incorporating the multiple intelligences and internet use.

    The Castle of King Edward - Virtual tour of a medieval castle explaining the history, architecture, culture, religion, food, royalty, knights, armor and traditions. Designed for teachers, students and kids.

    Coming to a New Land - This webquest will increase student understanding of Ellis Island and the immigrant experience in the U.S. The webquest is designed for fourth grade students.

    KinderCastles - Nancy Yost, a kindergarten teacher at Indiana University of Pennsylvania's lab school, provides a variety of resources for teaching about the Middle Ages. Sections include literature, integrated activities, songs and poetry, software, recipes, armor, teacher resources, and links. Most activities are appropriate for students in kindergarten and above.

    UNICEF History Lesson Plans - UNICEF lesson plans focus on refugee issues; designed for students ages 9-18.

    The Big Myth - An experimental learning module designed for use in European primary school classrooms. It is a sociology textbook for the comparative study of world creation mythology. The myths are told using Flash animation and are accompanied by an overview of the culture, the pantheon of the gods and a series of exercises based on that culture.

    U.S. Outline Maps - State outline maps free for downloading and printing. Each individual state and the U.S. as a whole.

    Canadian Provinces and Territories Outline Maps - Canadian outline maps free for downloading and printing.

    Social Studies Lesson Plans - Plans based on field trips to various museums along the United States' Eastern coast.

    Library in the Sky Social Studies Lesson Plans - Links to social studies lesson plans available online.

    Social Studies Lessons - Links to both lesson plans and strategies for teaching social science, history, and government.

    Encarta Social Studies Lesson Plans - More than 250 lesson plans.

    Westward Ho! - Collaborative, online, simulated journey on the Oregon Trail for K-12 classrooms. Starts January 2002 and free registration is required.

    Wenzels World - Teacher shares resources designed for the middle school classroom.

    Columbia Education Center: Social Studies Lesson Plans - Lessons for elementary, middle and high school students.


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