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18 February 2007

Prehistory to the Present Timeline

by knann
Interactive time line showing receding glaciers in North America

Journey to a New Land

by knann (via)
Introduction People first arrived in the Americas at least 12,000 years ago. The timing of their arrival and the route by which they travelled are not known. Did they follow an inland ice-free corridor route from Siberia to the unglaciated regions south of the ice sheets? Or did they take a coastal route, travelling by boat down the Pacific Coast? Did people arrive during the ice age, or not until after the glaciers receded? This site explores these and other questions, and looks at some of the evidence and ideas that have been proposed to resolve them. Choose your journey by clicking on the PRIMARY LEVEL, ELEMENTARY LEVEL, MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL, SECONDARY LEVEL or POST-SECONDARY LEVEL buttons located above the image at the top of the page. Or choose a shortcut to our Multimedia Library by selecting a category from the menu on the left.

Arctic Artifacet -

by knann
Think like an Archeologist and learn about artifacts

Yesterday and Today - Webrangers

by knann (via)
The people of Wupatki had the same needs 800 years ago that we have today. They needed shelter from the weather, they needed clothing, and they needed food and water. How they met those same needs was probably different from how we do today. Fun and educational interactive activity: Drag what we use today to what the people of Wupatki used for the same purposes 800 years ago.

Intrigue of the Past:

by knann
Although centered on North Carolina early Native American History, there is a great deal of high quality information, lesson plans and classroom activities geared for grades 4-8 . Covers paleoindians, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississipian periods.

10 February 2007

Timeline of Native American Cultures in Nebraska

by knann
Brief summary of paleo, archaic, woodland, and contact periods

Mammoth Mystery

by knann
Discover archelogy clues about the Paleo-Indians and the Wooly Mammoth

Funny animals - Pictures and video clips

by knann (via)
Our philosophy is that the more we learn about animals, the more we respect them and take better care of them. Do you want to learn something new every day about animals? On this frequently updated page you will find information and news about animals. You can even add "animal of the day" to your own site (read more)

02 January 2007

03 December 2006

Canada: Northern Research Portal: For Kids

by knann & 1 other
This website contains information about the northern countries. On this site, you can be a detective, looking at images and writing about and by people of the North to try to discover the story they tell. Or, you can look at exhibits, where other people have told one story based on the same information. But is there only one story to tell? You decide!

31 October 2006

Mrs Watt's Fourth Grade

by knann
Classroom blog with a variety of engaging prompts and project showcase.

29 October 2006

Canada

by knann
Nicely organized list of links for students researching Canada.

29 September 2006

Once Upon a Time: Lessons for Teaching About Fables, Fairy Tales, Folktales, Legends, Myths, Tall Tales

by knann
Fables, fairy tales, folktales, legends, myths, and tall tales -- six literary genres that engage student interest -- can be used in the classroom to inspire creative thinking and writing. This week, Education World offers five lessons to introduce students to the literary genres -- and to their own imagination! Included: Graphic organizers, student work sheets, more!

07 September 2006

The Canadian Encyclopedia

by knann
Click the Junior version when you search this encyclopedia. The search results show junior entries for the provinces

www.mrnussbaum.com - Canada

by knann
Click on the interactive map to read information on Canada Provinces, Landmarks, Landforms, and Cities. The scavenger hunt link does not seem to work.

31 August 2006

Landscape Change Program

by knann & 1 other
A wonderful website to see past pictures of your hometown.The Landscape Change Program, at the University of Vermont, is a virtual collection of images that documents 200 years of Vermont’s changing face. We have thousands of views of Vermont as it was and as it is, online and free to everyone.

01 August 2006

Welcome to K-12 STUDY CANADA!

by knann
Students can use the following links to research projects on Canada and have fun using their knowledge of Canada. Teachers will find interesting activities for classroom use as well.

21 May 2006

Set® Puzzle

by knann
Find sets of three sharing the same features.

20 May 2006

Clara Fraction's Ice Cream Shop

by knann (via)
Skills: Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers. Object: Sell as many ice cream cones as possible in three minutes by converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.

Tony Fraction Pizza Game

by knann (via)
Can you fill the customer's order with the right amount of toppings? Choose the Pizza size for the order then add your toppings. Click send to finish!

19 December 2005

The Broken Calculator

by knann (via)
Use the broken calculator to solve your math problems in a creative way. Can you add 2+2 if the addition key is broken? Sure can..how about (3*2)-2 . The answer is the same! Create some challenges for you, your friends, and teachers!

10 December 2005

Maggie's Learning Adventures Home

by knann
This index page presents 14 quick games for teachers to give to their students in order to practice math, grammar, Spanish, and science skills. A link to a helpful teacher's guide and recommended booklist is also included.

Scholastic's Global Classport

by knann & 1 other (via)
With Scholastic's Global Classport, you can communicate with classrooms in 182 countries, and collaborate with teachers around the world. Note: Remember that your username must include "_scholastic" . Use to connect with other classrooms to solve Math Maven's Mysteries

Math Maven's Mysteries

by knann (via)
This content resource is an index of links to interactive sites, challenging students to solve mysteries using a variety of math principles. Students read the stories, solve the problems, and answer the questions, using clues embedded in the stories to discover the solution. Included are links to a variety of teacher resources.http://teacher.scholastic.com/maven/tguide.htm

07 December 2005

NCTM : Illuminations Lessons

by knann
Interactive Math tools for grades for K-12. Accompanied by lesson plans and NCTM standards