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Brazil for Kids ??? Brazilian Embassy

Brazil for Kids ??? Brazilian Embassy

According to the site, “BRAZIL FOR KIDS is the most recent publication prepared by the Brazilian Ministry of External Relations for students and teachers all over the English-speaking world.” It also includes additional materials designed specifically for primary and secondary school students, along with activities and teachers’ notes.
Subject: Our World–South America–Brazil

ipl: Culture Quest

ipl2: Culture Quest

Join Parsifal Penguin and Ophelia Owl as they sample the delicious cuisines, play the games, see the museums full of arts, crafts and history, hear the folktales and learn about the holidays & festivals of many of the world’s cultures.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture

National Museums Scotland — Kids

National Museums Scotland — Kids

“Journey into the heart of Ancient Egypt, build a plane and explore the mysteries of the Lewis Chessmen.”
Subject: Our World–History & People; Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Italy (Rome); Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Egypt; Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Europe; Art, Music & Museums–Music; Our World–Europe–United Kingdom (includes England And Scotland); Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

America by Air

America by Air

Learn about flying in the United States from “the early years” to “The Heydey of Propeller Airlines” to “The Jet Age.”
Subject: Math And Science–Transportation; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Tale of Three Cities

Tale of Three Cities

“A vivid look at how life has, and hasn’t, changed in the past 2,000 years” by comparing three cities from different millennia: Alexandria, Egypt in A.D.1; Cordoba, Spain in A.D. 1000; and New York City in A.D. 2000.
Subject: Our World–Europe–Spain; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–N-P–New York; Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Egypt

Women Pioneers in American Memory

Women Pioneers in American Memory

Learn about the pioneering women who helped make American history by settling the Western frontier, fighting for equal rights for all, and working at non-traditional jobs.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–History & People–Women In History

WVtravel4kids.com

WVtravel4kids.com

Learn about great places to go and things to do in West Virginia. Also learn a little about the state and play some games.
Subject: Fun Stuff–Puzzles; Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–West Virgina; Fun Stuff–Games & Activities

Four Faces of Pocahontas

Four Faces of Pocahontas

Learn more about this legendary Native American woman. This page gives information about Pocahontas, including details about her rescue of John Smith, her kidnapping, and her later life.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Global Gang

Global Gang

“Chat, play games, read news features about children in poor countries of the world and learn about their daily lives, as well as find out about campaigns to help them.”
Subject: Our World

Understanding Slavery

Understanding Slavery

“Learn about the history of slavery around the world. Follow the journey of one man who was enslaved in both Africa and the United States. Then, travel back in time to Richmond, Virginia in 1845 to witness a slave auction. Along the way, you’ll learn just how pervasive the institution of slavery was in the United States and how it differed from sla …
Subject: Our World–History & People

Hiroshima: A Survivor’s Story

Hiroshima: A Survivor’s Story

“It is 8:15 a.m. on August 6, 1945. Fifteen-year-old Francis Mitsuo Tomosawa looks into the sky and sees an object falling toward his adopted city of Hiroshima, Japan. In an instant, his life will change forever.”
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers

Yahoo! Kids: Homework Help

Yahoo! Kids: Homework Help

Great place to look for homework help, with lots of pictures as well as facts and information.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Math And Science–Animals; Reference–Encyclopedias; Reference–Homework Help; Math And Science; Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Mummies of Ancient Egypt

Mummies of Ancient Egypt

What are mummies? How are mummies made? Who were the mummies? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this colorful web site!
Subject: Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Egypt

Arabic Folk Medicine and Magic: 20th Century Amulets from the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Arabic Folk Medicine and Magic: 20th Century Amulets from the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

“Discover the magic said to cure everything from colds and headaches to evil spells and omens.” Gallery of twenty-nine Arabic amulets acquired by the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.
Subject: Our World–Africa–Egypt; Art, Music & Museums–Museums; Our World–Africa–Sudan

A Journey to a New Land

A Journey to a New Land

How did people first travel to the Americas 12,000 years ago? Did they cross the Bering Land Bridge or come in boats down the Pacific Coast? Ponder this and learn about the ice age and some animals that are now extinct.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–Native Americans; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Mexico for Kids

Mexico for Kids

A site for kids created by the Office of the Presidency of the Republic of Mexico where they can learn about Mexico’s history, government, environment, and peoples. The site includes games, news, music and videos. In Spanish.
Subject: Our World–North America–Mexico

About Canada

About Canada

“Access a collection of selected web resources that provide information about Canada,” including anthems and symbols, history, provinces and territories, public holidays and national events, sports, science and technology, travel and tourism, and environment and natural resources.
Subject: Our World–North America–Canada

BBC Wales: Iron Age Celts

BBC Wales: Iron Age Celts

Live a day in the life of a Celtic family in Wales during the prehistoric Iron Age in which metalwork was used to craft tools and weaponry. Watch cartoons, play games, and make crafts while learning about the early Celtic people, their culture, and beliefs during this important period in ancient history.
Subject: Our World–History & People; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Our World–The Ancient World

Pennies for Peace

Pennies for Peace

Not all kids have schools to go to every day or teachers and coaches to guide them. Pennies for Peace is a charity for kids in America and other first world nations to help kids in poor areas in Middle East get the high quality educational opportunities they deserve. Learn how to get involved by campaigning and fundraising in your own school.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Reference–Organizations; Our World–Asia–Middle East

The Civil War for Fifth Graders

The Civil War for Fifth Graders

Learn the basics about the American Civil War from this well-organized, outline-style website. Authored by a fifth grade elementary school teacher, the site contains references and other reliable source information for use is school projects.
Subject: Our World–History & People; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers

Africa for Kids

Africa for Kids

Find out life is like for kids your age in Africa: check out photo albums from schools and communities in parts of West and South Africa, make a “Dogon” mask like the ones worn for special dances, hear a Swahili folk tale, or play a tune on a thumb piano!
Subject: Our World–Africa; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers

NSF Scrub Club

NSF Scrub Club

Join the Scrub Club as they fight Influenza Enzo, Bac(teria) and other dirty, germy villains. The site features webisodes, games, downloads and more.
Subject: Health–Health Resources For Teachers & Parents; Math And Science–History & People; Health–Hygiene

Go West Across America With Lewis & Clark

Go West Across America With Lewis & Clark

“Wild rivers. Rugged mountains. An unknown continent to explore. This legendary American expedition will face them all. And they need your help on this incredible adventure.”
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Utah; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–N-P–Oklahoma

Virtual Marching Tour of the American Revolution

Virtual Marching Tour of the American Revolution

This site covers the Philadelphia Campaign of 1777, including the March to Brandywine, the Battle of Brandywine, the Battle of the Clouds, the Paoli Massacre, the March to Germantown, and the Battle of Germantown. It also has information on Fort Mifflin, Valley Forge, and the British in Philadelphia.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–N-P–Pennsylvania

Exploring Maryland’s Roots

Exploring Maryland’s Roots

Explore Maryland???s roots at this engaging site: investigate the buildings of a Woodland Indian village; travel as an indentured servant from London to the new colony; hear passages from a colonist???s diary; and solve the mystery of the three coffins.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–50 States–L-M–Maryland; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

U-505 Submarine at the Museum of Science and Industry

U-505 Submarine at the Museum of Science and Industry

Explore a German U-505 submarine that was captured during World War II. Play the interactive games and take a virtual tour to learn about submarine technology and history of the war.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Math And Science Virtual Field Trips; Art, Music & Museums–Art, Music & Museums Virtual Field Trips; Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Math And Science–Technology & Industry–Military

The World of Benjamin Franklin

The World of Benjamin Franklin

Check out this great website from the Franklin Institute with lots of fun facts and a Quick Time movie. Be sure to click on the Franklin FAQ! (Frequently Asked Questions)
Subject: Our World–History & People–Inventions And Inventors; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery

Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery

Learn about the history behind one of America’s greatest expeditions. Lead the expedition through an interactive story, read about the Native American tribes who inhabited the area before the arrival of Lewis and Clark, and read journals written by the Corps of Discovery as they made their way into the wild west!
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–Native Americans; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Exploring Florida

Exploring Florida

“A social studies resource for students and teachers that includes thousands of Florida resources in all subject areas.” And be sure to check out another useful research category at Exploring Florida: Florida Then and Now, about the history of the state.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Our World–North America–USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–A-F–Florida

Vietnam Online

Vietnam Online

“The Vietnam War was the longest and most unpopular war in which Americans ever fought.” Learn about the events of the war, who was who, and read reflections written by people who were there.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Math And Science–Technology & Industry–Military

Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson was the 3rd President of the United States. Learn about his life and deeds in this exhibit from the Library of Congress.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–Presidents & The White House; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Summer Vacation

Summer Vacation

How did people spend their summer vacations in times past? Learn about the history of summer camps, road trips, and how Miami Beach was created.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

SmartFun Online

SmartFun Online

Here, students can explore an interactive timeline, go on a Model T road trip, find out what it was like to live under enslavement, investigate the lives of a colonial family, and more. Materials for teachers (including lesson plans) are also included.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Technology in 1900

Technology in 1900

What was technology like 100 years ago? Find out on this site, where you can read about the first telephone operators, early race cars, and music video 1900s style.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Math And Science–History & People

Pomp: The True Story of the Baby on the Sacagawea Dollar

Pomp: The True Story of the Baby on the Sacagawea Dollar

“He’s cute, he’s sleepy, and he’s in your pocket. He’s Pomp, the napping little baby on the new Sacagawea dollar coin.” Read about Pomp’s amazing life in six chapters.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–Native Americans; Reading Zone–Advanced Reading

The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad

“You are a slave. Your body, your time, your very breath belong to a farmer in 1850s Maryland. Six long days a week you tend his fields and make him rich. You have never tasted freedom. You never expect to. And yet . . . your soul lights up when you hear whispers of attempted escape. Freedom means a hard, dangerous trek. Do you try it?”
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers

Pocahontas Myth

Pocahontas Myth

This page offers another look at the stories about Pocahontas. The Powhatan tribe responds to the Disney version by explaining how the animated movie differs from historical fact.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Today in History: December 7

Today in History: December 7

Learn more about the date which will live in infamy. This page gives information about the telegraph announcing the United States’ attack on Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt’s address to Congress, and other important details. Lots of links to other sites about Pearl Harbor, too.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

American Treasures of the Library of Congress

American Treasures of the Library of Congress

What is a treasure? This site is a collection of the treasures from the U.S. Library of Congress’s collections, including letters from Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin and the original lyrics to “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”. It documents an exhibit that is on display at the Library in Washington, D.C., but if you can’t go to Washington to …
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

The Oregon Trail

The Oregon Trail

Enjoy the adventure of the Oregon Trail, the historical pathway to the state of Oregon and the entire western United States. Created by the authors of “The Oregon Trail,” a television documentary that appeared on PBS.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–50 States–N-P–Oregon; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

National Park Service: The Great American Landmarks Adventure

National Park Service: The Great American Landmarks Adventure

Print out and color drawings of 43 U.S. National Historic Landmarks while learning about their history.
Subject: Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Coloring; Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–United States; Art, Music & Museums–Buildings & Cities (Architecture)

Salem: Witchcraft Hysteria

Salem: Witchcraft Hysteria

Learn about the famous witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts in this interactive history story from National Geographic.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–L-M–Massachusetts

Encyclopaedia Britannica’s Guide to Black History

Encyclopaedia Britannica’s Guide to Black History

Explore this guide to Black History and find biographies, historical timelines, and information on hundreds of topics including civil rights, African and African American literature, art, music, architecture, and sports. A collection of audio, video, and images is included.
Subject: Our World–Africa; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Harvest of History

Harvest of History

Explore this New York village from 1845 and learn about food production in the past and present. Then make your own video using the photos and video clips you collect. Authentic diary entries, maps, and newspaper ads are included.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg

“Colonial Williamsburg is the world’s largest outdoor living history museum, located in Williamsburg, Virginia, about 150 miles south of Washington, D.C., USA.” This website captures the history and information of Williamsburg through educational resources, electronic field trips, teacher resources, and lesson plans. It also provides reference and …
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers

Ben Franklin: Glimpses of the Man

Ben Franklin: Glimpses of the Man

Did you know that Ben Franklin was a weatherman as well as an accomplished musician? Find out all about this famous American at this site. Teachers can find classroom resources as well.
Subject: Our World–History & People–Inventions And Inventors; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers

The Electric Franklin

The Electric Franklin

“A cornucopia of Ben Franklin. Source material, original historical fiction, his kite, his Philadelphia, his Autobiography, plus games, videos, 360?? panoramas and much more!”
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Abraham Lincoln Research Site

Abraham Lincoln Research Site

Did you know that Lincoln had a dog named Fido and that Lincoln’s sons kept goats in the White House? Learn dozens of facts about Lincoln at this site, including information about his childhood, his famous speeches, his favorite poems and more. There are also many links to other sites about Lincoln.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–Presidents & The White House; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Africans in America

Africans in America

Learn all about the history of Africans in America at this educational site. It is a great resource for any type of report on American history from the 1400s to the mid-1800s.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers

Celebrating America’s Freedoms

Celebrating America’s Freedoms

Learn about the origins of such American holidays as Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day. You can find out about how the words of the Pledge of Allegiance have changed over the years or learn about the national cemeteries. This site looks at some of the U.S.’s most important symbols and observances. Suggestions for teaching activities are also includ …
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People; Our World–North America–USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers

History Buff’s Home Page

History Buff’s Home Page

“Press coverage of events in American history. Includes a searchable library with the categories Civil War, Baseball, Engravings, Journalism Hoaxes, Old West including Billy the Kid, Jesse James, Crime figures such as Bonnie & Clyde, Lizzie Borden and more than a dozen other categories. The Presidential Library includes the inaugural addresses of …
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Houdini

Houdini

This site presents a complete biography of Houdini and includes many photographs of the magician, some of his stunts, and many other subjects.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Learning Page of the Library of Congress

Learning Page of the Library of Congress

Pathfinders guide you through American Memories. Lots of photos of Americans and even some games where they turn photos into puzzles you can play with.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–Government; Our World–North America–USA–History & People

FirstGov for Kids!

FirstGov for Kids!

Come explore this site if you are looking for information on almost every topic you can think of… from art, music and animals, to homework help, history, how to fight crime, and computers!
Subject: Sports & Recreation; Reference; Health; Fun Stuff; Math And Science; Art, Music & Museums; Computers And The Internet; Our World–North America–USA

Global Virtual Classroom

Global Virtual Classroom

“On this site, you can learn about how students live and go to school in three different countries: Russia, Thailand, and the USA.”
Subject: Our World–Asia–Southeast Asia; Our World–Europe–Russia; Our World–North America–USA

U.S. Department of State: Future State

U.S. Department of State: Future State

Future State presents information about current international affairs and State Department activities. It also includes information about international diplomacy and the countries of the world, including maps, government information, and more. There are also activities and resources for students, teachers, and parents.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Our World–North America–USA–Government

FBI Kid’s Page

FBI Kid’s Page

Darrell and Shirley, FBI bomb-sniffing dogs, tell you about the FBI, the types of jobs working dogs can do, and how to stay safe both on and off the web. Games are included.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–Government; Computers And The Internet–Safe Surfing

Everest: Measure of a Mountain

Everest: Measure of a Mountain

For four months in 1999, a team of scientists, climbers, and Sherpas measured the altitude for Mount Everest. Meet the team, follow their adventure, and find out all the facts.
Subject: Our World–Asia

Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead

“Join award winning author and photographer, Mary J. Andrade as she explores the rich history and tradition surrounding this ancient ritual.” Site focuses on pictures but also includes sections on traditions, recipes, and poems. In English and Spanish.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays

Searching for China

Searching for China

“China is a majestic country with a long and interesting history. If . . . you’ve never been to this fascinating land, you might want to take a brief tour. Go ahead and walk a few kilometers of The Great Wall or step foot into The Forbidden City or voyage to the Yellow Mountains. But beyond these tourist stops lives another, more complex, China. …
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Our World–Asia–China

The History of Christmas

The History of Christmas

Provides the real story of Christmas throughout history along with Christmas videos, world traditions, and the evolution of Santa Claus. Site also provides information on Christmas trees, the Christmas Truce of 1914, holiday recipes, and more!
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays–Christmas, Hannukah, And Kwanzaa

Ben and Jerry’s Halloween Page

Ben and Jerry’s Halloween Page

This page contains Halloween games, crafts, coloring pages, printable crossword puzzles and ecards. There are also pages about Halloween history and the Flavor Graveyard of ice cream flavors that Ben and Jerry???s no longer makes.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays

Embassy of Burkina Faso

Embassy of Burkina Faso

You can get lots of information on Burkina Faso from this site from the Embassy in the U.S. Check out ???Burkina in Brief??? for a nice table of facts.
Subject: Our World–Africa–Burkina Faso

Venezuela for Kids

Venezuela for Kids

This is the page for the Embassy of Brazil. Click on ???Venezuela for Kids??? to get to lots of good information.
Subject: Our World–South America–Venezuala

African American Literature: Voices of Slavery and Freedom

African American Literature: Voices of Slavery and Freedom

World Book provides information concerning African American literature and authors throughout history. The Harlem Renaissance and writers of the Civil Rights era are included.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

The Learning Page: Elections

The Learning Page: Elections

“How have American elections changed over time? What similarities can we see in elections yesteryear and today? What does the future hold for American elections?” Shockwave required.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–Political Process

U.S. Presidents and the Presidency

U.S. Presidents and the Presidency

“World Book editors have compiled a series of articles about U.S. presidents and the presidency.” The site includes a few quizes “to test your knowledge about U.S. presidents, vice presidents, and first ladies.”
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–Government

Inside Chiquibul

Inside Chiquibul

“Interested in checking out the ‘real’ underground scene? By logging on to this site you can join a team of National Geographic explorers who spent days underground (even underwater)exploring and photographing Chiquibul – the longest cave in Central America. With maps, breathtaking photos and six 360-degree IPIX images, this site promises to take W …
Subject: Our World–North America–Central America

Homeland

Homeland

This is a “story of four Lakota Indian families from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.” You can learn about Lakota history and their way of life.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–South Dakota; Our World–North America–Native Americans

Radio Expeditions

Radio Expeditions

“Learn the legacy of the Black Sea, go to the frontiers of the ocean, or peruse Peru with National Public Radio audio expeditions. Listen to the most recent adventures, or scan the archive of audio files produced and narrated in cooperation with National Geographic.”
Subject: Our World

Journey through Tikal

Journey through Tikal

“This interactive site explores the ancient Mayan ruins of Tikal, a city that flourished over 2,000 years ago in Central America.”
Subject: Our World–South America

The History Channel Classroom

The History Channel Classroom

This web site hosted by the History Channel provides lesson plans for teachers and study guides for students. Teachers and students can peruse the topics on this site ranging from the significance of Ellis Island to the history of the Stock Market.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Reference–Reference Resources For Teachers & Parents

The African-American Journey

The African-American Journey

“A chronicle of Africans in America from early colonial times through the present. The history of African Americans is largely the story of their struggle for freedom and equality. This feature examines that struggle in sections beginning with the slave trade and continuing through the height of the civil rights movement in the 1960’s.”
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–History & People

Kids Web Japan

Kids Web Japan

“KIDS WEB JAPAN is intended for schoolchildren aged 10 to 14 living outside Japan. The EXPLORE JAPAN section contains basic facts about country, the MONTHLY NEWS summarizes major current topics, and KIDS LINKS contain lists of links to other kids’ sites. There is also a GALLERY of submitted artwork and GAMES.”
Subject: Our World–Asia–Japan

Sign Design with Arthur

Sign Design with Arthur

Learn American Sign Language with Arthur! Practice finger spelling, find out how to sign your own name, and discover more about the language in general.
Subject: Our World–Languages Around The World–American Sign Language; Deaf & Hard Of Hearing Children Of Deaf Adults; Deaf & Hard Of Hearing American Sign Language

Peter’s Flag Flashcards

Peter’s Flag Flashcards

Learn to identify the flags of every country in the world using flashcards. Descriptions and brief histories are given for each country’s flag. Links to more information about each country are provided.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Flags Of The World

Lakota Winter Counts Online Exhibit

Lakota Winter Counts Online Exhibit

See, listen, and learn about Winter Counts: the history of important events recorded by the Lakota. You will learn about the history and social structure of the Lakota, a native people also known as Teton or Western Sioux.
Subject: USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers; Our World–North America–Native Americans

Surrounded by Beauty: Arts of Native America

Surrounded by Beauty: Arts of Native America

Learn about the Native American peoples of the Southwest, Northwest Coast, Plains, Northeast Woodlands, and Mississippi Valley through this introduction to their history and culture. And explore their artwork including baskets, pottery, masks, clothing, and rattles.
Subject: Our World–North America–Native Americans

Ancient Observatories: Chichen Itza

Ancient Observatories: Chichen Itza

See the ruins of one of the Maya???s most powerful cities. Located in the Yucatan, Chichen Itza once served as a ceremonial center. Learn about Mayan history, mythology, their two calendars, and their fascination with astronomy. Presented by the Exploratorium.
Subject: Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient North & South America; Our World–North America–Mexico

Irish Potato Famine

Irish Potato Famine

Click your way through the animated village, workhouse, school, and dock to learn about life in Ireland during the potato famine, which occurred from 1845 ??? 1848.
Subject: Our World–History & People; Our World–Europe–Ireland

Icelands

Icelands

Play games, listen to songs, learn facts about penguins and polar bears, and see cool photos of the Arctic and Antarctica.
Subject: Our World–Oceania & Antarctica–Antarctica; Fun Stuff

Geography4Kids

Geography4Kids

Do you wonder about physical geography and earth sciences? Here’s a website that can help everyone learn. Visit sections on earth energy, earth structure, the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the biosphere, climates, and BGC cycles (biogeochemical).
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Math And Science–Earth Science

Torah Tots: Chanukah Is Here

Torah Tots: Chanukah Is Here

Learn about Chanukah(Hanukkah) with games and activities. Learn the story of Chanukah, spin the dreidel, send a greeting card or print out and color a picture.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays–Christmas, Hannukah, And Kwanzaa

Torah Tots: Jewish Holidays

Torah Tots: Jewish Holidays

Learn about Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Chanukah, Tu B’Shvat, Purim, Pesach, Lag B’Omer, Shavuot and other Jewish holidays on this colorful and entertaining site. Holiday stories, games, coloring pages and greeting cards are included.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays

Embassy of Belize Kids Page

Embassy of Belize Kids Page

Learn all about Belize at this page; color the flag, listen to the national anthem and learn about the national animal, bird, flower and tree!
Subject: Our World–North America–Central America

Cool Planet ??? Mozambique

Cool Planet ??? Mozambique

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Mozambique for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Africa

Cool Planet ??? Kenya

Cool Planet ??? Kenya

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Kenya for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Africa

Cool Planet ??? India

Cool Planet ??? India

Check out this ???Cool??? site on India for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Asia–India

Cool Planet ??? Ethiopia

Cool Planet ??? Ethiopia

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Ethiopia for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Africa–Ethiopia

Cool Planet ??? Sudan

Cool Planet ??? Sudan

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Sudan for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Africa–Sudan

Cool Planet ??? Ghana

Cool Planet ??? Ghana

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Ghana for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Africa–Ghana

Cool Planet ??? Pakistan

Cool Planet ??? Pakistan

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Pakistan for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Asia–Central Asia

Cool Planet ??? Vietnam

Cool Planet ??? Vietnam

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Vietnam for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Asia–Southeast Asia

Cool Planet ??? Bosnia

Cool Planet ??? Bosnia

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Bosnia for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Europe

Cool Planet ??? Bolivia

Cool Planet ??? Bolivia

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Bolivia for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–South America–Bolivia

Cool Planet ??? Afghanistan

Cool Planet ??? Afghanistan

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Afghanistan for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Asia–Central Asia

Cool Planet ??? Bangladesh

Cool Planet ??? Bangladesh

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Bangladesh for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–Asia–Central Asia

Cool Planet ??? Brazil

Cool Planet ??? Brazil

Check out this ???Cool??? site on Brazil for history and facts on people, places and culture. The site is from Oxfam, an organization working to get rid of poverty.
Subject: Our World–South America–Brazil

Peace Corps Kids World ??? Guatemala

Peace Corps Kids World ??? Guatemala

This is a good site to learn more about Guatemala. You can also read what some Peace Corps Volunteers have to say about working in Guatemala.
Subject: Our World–North America–Central America

Kids??? Zone ??? Royalty

Kids??? Zone ??? Royalty

Learn facts about members of the current Royal Family and past Kings and Queens on this site. You can also paint a picture and look at photos of the Royal Family.
Subject: Our World–History & People; Our World–Europe–United Kingdom (includes England And Scotland)

Japanese Name Translation

Japanese Name Translation

This site translates full names into Japanese katakana characters for free. Not only does it output the katakana characters for your name, but it also has audio files so that you can hear how to pronounce them. There are also animated (Flash) katakana and hiragana writing tutors, as well as lots of information on the Japanese language,
Japanese nam …
Subject: Our World–Languages Around The World–Japanese; Fun Stuff–Other Fun Stuff

Greeting India

Greeting India

Greeting India is full of great information on the history, government, culture, art, economy and music of India.
Subject: Our World–Asia–India

SantaSpeaking.com

SantaSpeaking.com

SantaSpeaking.com is a great place to play games and watch live web video of reindeer. Parents will also enjoy this Christmas website. It offers special e-greetings, Santa gifts, and letters from Santa.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays–Christmas, Hannukah, And Kwanzaa

SCORE History/Social Science

SCORE History/Social Science

SCORE is the Schools of California Online Resources for Education. This site has links to lesson plans for grades K-12 on U.S. and World history and geography as well as social studies concepts such as citizenship and government. There are also descriptions of California Social Science Standards and Assessments.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers

Nomes.net

Nomes.net

Web portal for the Francophone youth community that contains nformation about music, books, stories, poetry, games, and other.
Subject: Our World–Languages Around The World–French

L’escale

L’escale

The resource presents interactive tales, cartoons, basic information about animals.
Subject: Our World–Languages Around The World–French

lapinville

lapinville

French language learning resource for children age 5 to 8. Stories, nature, animals, poems, arts, coloring, French history, etc.
Subject: Our World–Languages Around The World–French

Ca peut servir

Ca peut servir

For learning conjugation of all French verbs for all tenses and moods. 9,000 French verbs from France, Belgium, Canada, Africa.
Subject: Our World–Languages Around The World–French

Show Me UK for Teachers

Show Me UK for Teachers

Show Me UK pulls together interactive exhibits for kids from museums in the United Kingdom. The teachers??? section gives ideas on how to use the online exhibits in your classroom.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers

Show Me UK for Parents

Show Me UK for Parents

Show Me UK pulls together interactive exhibits for kids from museums in the United Kingdom. The parents??? section of this site gives ideas on how to use the online exhibits provided to encourage your children???s learning.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers

Lemelson-MIT: Invention Dimension

Lemelson-MIT: Invention Dimension

Look up inventors by their name or look up inventions by subject area (Medicine & Healthcare, Consumer Products, Transportation, Energy & Environment, and Computing & Telecommunications). This site also has games and quizzes and an Inventor’s Handbook.
Subject: Our World–History & People–Inventions And Inventors

Kid’s Domain July 4 Fun

Kid’s Domain July 4 Fun

Celebrate Independence Day through activities, crafts, books to read, and links to other July 4th websites. While this site is designed primarily for celebrating the 4th of July, many of the materials can be used for other patriotic times.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays

Veterans Day

Veterans Day

This site, put together by the Department of Veterans Affairs, has many resources about Veterans Affairs, including the history of Veterans Day, an online collection of Veterans Day posters, and Veterans Day-related activities for kids.
Subject: Fun Stuff–Fun Stuff Resources For Parents & Teachers; Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays

Civil War for Kids

Civil War for Kids

This is a site put together by a Special Education class at Pontico Hills School in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Among its many resources, the site includes a timeline of the Civil War, biographies of the Civil War leaders, and activities for students. Very nicely done!
Subject: Our World–History & People

Postcards From America

Postcards From America

Postcards from America is a virtual roadtrip of the USA that follows a history teacher and a photographer as they drive across America, seeing a state a week, and sending live postcards on the Internet every day from every state.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; USA

Journey to Africa

Journey to Africa

This site is for first and second grade teachers to study another area of the world and to contrast it to where they live.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers

Tiki the Penguin’s Home Page

Tiki the Penguin’s Home Page

Tiki the Penguin has put together this site just for you to help you meet kids from all around the world, to learn about how they live and the problems that people and penguins (and other living things) face as we share this earth. Learn how to make the world a place of kindness and peace for all living things as you journey around the earth. Fin …
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Senora S.’s Spanish & World Language Links

Senora S.’s Spanish & World Language Links

A place for teachers of foreign languages in grades K-5 to find teaching tips, classroom ideas, and Spanish language and culture links compiled by an elementary school Spanish teacher. There is also a section of links for children learning a foreign language in school and their caregivers.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers

Experience Japan

Experience Japan

Learn about one girl’s experience in Japan and discover the “wonderful people, culture and education of Japan.”
Subject: Our World–Asia–Japan

First Nations History

First Nations History

The First Nations Histories site lists the Indian tribes of North America and gives a brief history of each. By clicking on the names of the tribes, you can read about the tribe in detail, including population, division, location, language, culture, and the history of the tribe. Learn about fifty native tribes, from the Abenaki of New England to …
Subject: Our World–North America–Native Americans

Zoom Inventors and Inventions

Zoom Inventors and Inventions

Learn all about inventors and inventions throughout history. A wide variety of topics are covered here, including clothing, communication, food, medicine, science and industry, transportation, and the underseas. There are also lists of women inventors, African-American inventors, and inventors and inventions from several different countries.
Subject: Our World–History & People–Inventions And Inventors; Math And Science–History & People

Denali For Kids

Denali For Kids

What is the highest mountain in North America? Why, it is Denali, also known as Mt. McKinley, which is located in Alaska. Go here to find out more about climbing Mt. Denali.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Sports & Recreation–Mountaineering; USA–50 States–A-F–Alaska

All About Glaciers

All About Glaciers

“A comprehensive glacier guide, and includes fascinating facts, answers to common questions, a gallery of historic photos, an extensive glossary, lists of books and articles, plus links to other glacier information on the Web.”
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture

HanuKat

HanuKat

Read the story of HanuKat and the DreiDells and enjoy some fun activities for you to do — there is one for each night of Hanukkah.
Subject: Reading Zone–Short Stories; Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts; Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays–Christmas, Hannukah, And Kwanzaa

On the Line – Virtual Journey of Togo

On the Line – Virtual Journey of Togo

Take a virtural journey through Togo, which is one of the smallest countries in West Africa. Learn about Togo’s daily life and cultural traditions.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–Africa

Crossroads of Continents

Crossroads of Continents

“Journey to one of the most remote places on Earth — the North Pacific. This icy passage links Northeastern Siberia to Alaska, connecting two continents with a shared history. Meet the people who live there and discover their lifestyles and traditions.”
Subject: Our World

Calendars through the Ages

Calendars through the Ages

Did you know that the calendar you use every day is a tool that’s gone through many changes over thousands of years? Learn more about various calendars, including Islamic, Jewish, Christian, Chinese, Myan, French, and more.
Subject: Our World–History & People; Math And Science

The Jewish Calendar

The Jewish Calendar

Learn more about the Jewish calendar, which is “used for religious purposes by Jews all over the world, and it is the official calendar of Israel.” You’ll find out when the new year begins, as well as their new moons and leap years.
Subject: Our World–Religion–Judaism

Remaking America: Contemporary U.S. Immigration

Remaking America: Contemporary U.S. Immigration

This diverse array of curriculum guides created by are designed for both middle school and high school students. These teachers guides explore the historical and cultural backgrounds of newcomers to the United States, their motives for emigrating, their legal statuses and the modes of their incorporation into U. S. society.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers

Basics of Buddhism

Basics of Buddhism

This is an introduction to Buddhism and the basic beliefs of Buddhists. You can read about Siddhartha Gautama, the Four Noble Truths, Karma, and the Cycle of Rebirth.
Subject: Our World–Religion–Buddhism

Egypt: Gift of the Nile

Egypt: Gift of the Nile

Read about ancient Egyptian culture in Egyptomania. Try on wigs at the barbershop, and read Sosha’s story. Teachers, there are good resources for you here too!
Subject: Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Egypt

Ancient Eygpt

Ancient Eygpt

You’ll love this site because it has good information and it looks totally cool! Read about Egyptian Life, Geography, Mummification, Trades, Writing, and more! Find a friend to play Senet, the Egyptian board game.
Subject: Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Egypt

Chris De Wiff’s Berlin Wall Web Page

Chris De Wiff’s Berlin Wall Web Page

Chris De Witt’s Berlin Wall Web Pages guides visitors on a virtual tour of Berlin’s history. Here, visitors can view photos of Berlin’s past and present. There are also several essays on the web site for students interested in the fall of Communism and Berlin’s divided past.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–History & People; Our World–Europe–Germany

On the Line – Virtual Journey of Algeria

On the Line – Virtual Journey of Algeria

Here is the place to find out about the Saharan African country of Algeria, its sports, arts and crafts, daily life, recent history, human rights, and more. The site also provides a quiz that you can use to test your Algerian knowledge.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–Africa–Algeria

GeoNet Game

GeoNet Game

Step right up! You’re the next contestant on the GeoNet Game! Choose a region of the United States, a difficulty level (easy or hard), and category (like places and regions or environment and society), and test your knowledge of geography. Score 1000 points and you’ll be promoted to a GeoAdvisor.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture

Cave of the Winds

Cave of the Winds

If you’re interested in spelunking (exploring and studying caves), this is the site for you. Take the Cave Quiz, the Bat Quiz, take a Virtual Tour of this cave located in Colorado, or learn how to make stalactites at home.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–Geography & World Culture; Sports & Recreation–Camping; Sports & Recreation–Sports & Recreation Virtual Field Trips

Kids’ Castles

Kids’ Castles

“The home page has an aerial view of the castle. Clicking on a part of the view takes you to that part of the castle. You will find out about the people that lived there and what they did. Sometimes there will also be more information about an aspect of castle life, a game to play or puzzle to solve, or something YOU can do to add to the fun of Kid …
Subject: Our World–History & People; Computers And The Internet–Online Games

Day of 6 Billion!

Day of 6 Billion!

“This website is dedicated to the six billion people who will inhabit our planet as of October 12, 1999 (including YOU!). If you’re wondering what the Day of Six Billion might mean for all of us, our planet and our future, READ ON!”
Subject: Our World

On the Line – Ghana Virtual Journey

On the Line – Ghana Virtual Journey

“Take a journey through Ghana, and experience the culture, the cuisine, and the colors of a country steeped in ancient traditions. Take a peek into a typical Ghanaian village, travel back in time and discover the history of chocolate, and learn about Ghana’s music scene.”
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–Africa–Ghana

On the Line – France Virtual Journey

On the Line – France Virtual Journey

“Take a journey through France and experience the culture, cuisine and scenery of this beautiful and diverse country. Find out why France is world famous for its cooking, and learn how to make a cr??pe. Read about the biggest annual sporting event in the world, and see what the French like to do in their spare time.”
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–Europe–France

On the Line – United Kingdom Virtual Journey

On the Line – United Kingdom Virtual Journey

“Take a peep into the United Kingdom to experience the culture and flavours of a country full of ancient traditions. Learn how to make a perfect cup of tea and find out the name of a world-famous UK football team.”
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–Europe–United Kingdom (includes England And Scotland)

Glacier

Glacier

This website introduces you to Antarctica . Learn about its oceans, weather, climate and the expeditions to this frozen continent.
Subject: Our World–Oceania & Antarctica–Antarctica

Many Ways to Say Merry Christmas

Many Ways to Say Merry Christmas

Did you know that Brazilians say “Boas Festas e Feliz Ano Novo” at Christmas? This site tells you how people from dozens of nations around the world say “Merry Christmas.”
Subject: Our World–Languages Around The World; Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays–Christmas, Hannukah, And Kwanzaa

World Wise Schools

World Wise Schools

Learn about the culture and geography of one of the 80 countries where Peace Corps volunteers serve. There is factual information about countries in Africa, the Americas, Eurasia, and the Pacific Islands. Teachers can find educational resources as well as information about class-to-class exchanges.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers

Spectrum Biography Library

Spectrum Biography Library

“Biographies of people throughout history and people in the news.” Portraits are included. People covered include: Clara Barton, the Bronte Sisters, Elizabeth Browning, Julius Caesar, Cesar Chavez, Aaron Copeland, Jacques Cousteau, Charles Dickens, Wyatt Earp, Thomas Edison, King Edward VIII, Henry Ford, Benjamin Franklin, Harry Houdini, Scott Jopl …
Subject: Our World–History & People–Dictionaries And Encyclopedias

Native North America

Native North America

Find information about native people of the United States and Canada at this site. There are pages for the Navajo, Sioux, Inupiat and many others as well as lots of links.
Subject: Our World–North America–Native Americans

Discover China

Discover China

Take a walk through the Forbidden City or find a Chinese recipe. This site has lots of information about Chinese culture and places of interest. You can learn about Chinese poetry, calligraphy, the Great Wall and much more.
Subject: Our World–Asia–China

The Tower of London

The Tower of London

Take a virtual journey to the Tower of London, one of England’s most famous landmarks. Includes a tour of the tower, ghost stories, and information about prisoners, the Crown Jewels, and the Yeoman Warders.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–Europe–United Kingdom (includes England And Scotland); Art, Music & Museums–Buildings & Cities (Architecture)

Santa Claus at Claus.com

Santa Claus at Claus.com

A fun site about Santa Claus. You can play games and do other activities, try out a recipe from Mrs. Claus’ kitchen, find out tips on how to make Santa’s nice list, learn about Christmas traditions, sing Christmas songs, and lots more.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Holidays–Christmas, Hannukah, And Kwanzaa

Discoverers Web

Discoverers Web

Find out about all kinds of explorers from all over the world. This site provides links to information about discovers long ago and today. Learn more about the Vikings, Christopher Columbus, and much, much more.
Subject: Our World–History & People

The World Flag Database

The World Flag Database

Contains “over 260 pages on countries and international organizations. Each page contains basic information on the country, including its formal name, capital city, area, population, currency, languages, and religions. The flags include the national and state flags, ensigns, and sub-national flags.” Browse by country or search.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture–Flags Of The World

MontrealCAM

MontrealCAM

“Webcam pictures of 10 popular tourist sites in Greater Montreal, captured live 24 hours a day. Includes the Biodome, downtown, the South Shore, the parc des Iles, and more.”
Subject: Our World–North America–Canada

Torah Tots

Torah Tots

“The site for Jewish children. Features the entire torah (jewish bible) divided into weekly portions that are read in the synagogue each week. Each ‘parsha’ includes a tongue-in-cheek rundown of the “portion of the week”, games, puzzles and coloring pages.”
Subject: Our World–Religion–Judaism

Welcome to Antarctica

Welcome to Antarctica

What is it like to live and work in Antarctica? Robert Holmes goes there every year to repair weather stations, and he shares his experiences at his Website through words and photographs.
Subject: Our World–Oceania & Antarctica–Antarctica

Nenets: Reindeer Herders of Siberia

Nenets: Reindeer Herders of Siberia

“Explore life on the edge in remote Siberia with the nomadic Nenets, a nomadic people in the Russian Arctic. Meet them through exclusive photographs from archaeologist Sven Haakanson, who has lived with and worked with them for two years. Their tenacity may soon face the toughest challenge yet, as workers descend on the region to extract natural g …
Subject: Our World–Asia–Siberia

Virtual Antarctica

Virtual Antarctica

Have you ever wondered what life in Antartica is like? Find out about the weather, the glaciers, and the animals in Antarctica. If you’re really interested, there’s even information about what you would need to bring for a trip there.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Earth Science; Our World–Oceania & Antarctica–Antarctica

Greatest Places

Greatest Places

Take online tours of seven of the most “geographically diverse” places on the Earth: The Amazon, Greenland, Iguazu, Madagascar, Namib, Okavango, and Tibet. Includes photographs and QuickTime movies.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Our World

Edo Japan, A Virtual Tour

Edo Japan, A Virtual Tour

“Edo is the ancient name for Tokyo. During the reign of the Tokugawa Shoguns, Japan’s emperor reigned in secluded majesty at the imperial capital in Kyoto; however, the true center of power, government, the economy and social life was Edo, where the Shogun lived and ruled the country. For most people in Japan, Edo is more than just a historical c …
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Our World–History & People; Our World–Asia–Japan

Taíno World

Taíno World

Learn about the art and culture of the Taíno people, an ancient culture that thrived in the Caribbean before the arrival of Columbis.
Subject: Our World–North America–Caribbean, Indies, Antilles, Cuba

Discovering Mexico

Discovering Mexico

“Spend a week in Mexico with a NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC photographer whose dispatches introduce you to everyone from pilgrims at Guadalupe to mariachi bands in the capital.”
Subject: Our World–North America–Mexico

Secret of the Maya Glyphs

Secret of the Maya Glyphs

“We dare you! Join WORLD magazine’s Travel Bureau kids on an adventure into a Maya temple. Can you unlock the secrets of the tomb?”
Subject: Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient North & South America; Our World–North America–Mexico

Lords of Copan

Lords of Copan

“Explore monuments and tombs erected by the rulers of one of the great Maya cities. And come face-to-face with the Red Lady, an esteemed Maya noble.”
Subject: Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient North & South America; Our World–North America–Mexico

Pyramids: The Inside Story

Pyramids: The Inside Story

“Have you ever dreamed of exploring the pyramids of Egypt? If so, enter here, wander through the chambers and passageways of the Great Pyramid, and learn about the pharaohs for whom these monumental tombs were built. ” Based on a program originally aired on PBS’ NOVA television series.
Subject: Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Egypt; Our World–Africa–Egypt

Oneida Indian Nation

Oneida Indian Nation

Learn all about this group of Native Americans, one of many “nations” of native peoples in North America. Find out where they are located, what’s happened in their past, and even get some great recipes from their cookbook.
Subject: Our World–North America–Native Americans

Guardian’s Egypt

Guardian’s Egypt

Want to know how to make a mummy? Learn about King Tut or Queen Nefertiti? Or do you just want a basic history of Ancient Egypt? Then this is your site! It’s full of interesting articles, pictures, stories and myths about Egypt, the pyramids, pharaohs, mummies, and everything else Egyptian.
Subject: Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Egypt; Our World–Africa–Egypt

PeaceKids.net

PeaceKids.net

Are you a kid who cares about our world? Are you concerned about the environment or the homeless? Do you want to do something about it? Kids can make a difference. Thanks to the People for Peace organization, you can find out how.
Subject: Our World–History & People; Reading Zone–Short Stories