Bens GuideDesigned for K-12, teaches kids about the federal government and the duties and responsibilities of each branch. Go on learning adventure with Ben Franklin at the Apprentice (age 4-8), Journeyperson (age 9-13), and Master (14+) levels
Digital Historyprovides educators and students with a wide array US History resources. Information is easily arranged by Era, Topic, Resources and References. Includes Primary Resources. (Mintz, S., & McNeil, S. (2013). Digital History)
Federal Registry for Educational ExcellenceThe Federal Registry for Educational Excellence (FREE) makes it easier to find digital teaching and learning resources created and maintained by the federal government and public and private organizations
History Animated Free animated maps of key battles of the American Civil War, Revolutionary War, World War I and II, and a map pf Christianity and Islam.
History Channel contains videos and information covering US and World History.
Khan Academy A free learning source tailored and personalized for each student K-12. (Includes resources for all subjects.
MIT Open CoursewareMIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Publishes all of their courses online to make them available for everyone. Includes lectures, course materials and solutions, online textbooks, videos and more. Courses available in business, computers, engineering, fine arts, humanities, mathematics, sciences, and social sciences.
National Archives contains copies of all documents and records kept by the United States.
Bens GuideDesigned for K-12, teaches kids about the federal government and the duties and responsibilities of each branch. Go on learning adventures with Ben Franklin at the Apprentice (age 4-8), Journeyperson (age 9-13), and Master (14+) levels.
DuckstersAn educational site for kids, teachers, and homeschoolers with homework subjects including history, science, geography, math, and biographies. Fun activities ...