|Social Studies, Civics & People|
|50 States facts Discovery Project
A Woman got it done.~Virgil - Extraordinary Women
African Americans Activity - exceptional people utd 1/15
Bell - A Note for Freedom
Bill of Rights 5 - 8th
Cartography - maps hunt
Civics - projects, essays, quotes
Communication Hunt - explores ways to send a message
Constitution - Amending ms/hs
Constitution - Preamble Facts 4 - 8th
December Civics and History utd 11/14
Drought Presentation - pbl
February Civics Hunt 2 ms/hs
Flag Facts Internet Activity utd 5/09
Follies Hunt - explores consumer issues
Gerrymandering - Does your vote count?
Government - Sunshine Laws ms/hs pbl
GPS - harnessing new technology utd 1/15
History Mystery Message - Civics
January Civics and History activity utd 1/15
Money Hunt - discover and consider
National Parks from A-Z - take a virtual vacation!
Nine O´Clock Lullaby Activity - time zones
Exploring Native Americans 6th up
Outstanding Native Americans 4th up
November Civics & History activity utd 10/15
Presidential Facts activity- the office, people & powers
Small Pieces, Loosely Joined activity
Pennsylvania Projects - > 50 activities
Prominent Pennsylvanians - over 780!
Who Represents You? Civics research project
William Penn Day Activity Plan
A Class Divided - compelling
All about the Middle East interactive engaging
Raid on Deerfield - an extraordinary site Check it out!
Tomb of the Unknowns Hunt - Veterans Day
Forever a Soldier at Library of Congress
Explore your Civics Knowledge
Pennsylvania Academic Standards: Civics & Government | Geography | History
Digital Vaults NARA
Centuries of Citizenship - Constitution timeline OUTSTANDING
A Capital Idea - terrific tech & ss project WOW
Best Practices of Technology Integration in Michigan K12 all subjects!
Avalon Project at Yale - digital documents related to the American Constitution;
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