Multiplication / Division Fact Families
Penguin Jump Multiplication Race
*Feed Fribbit Multiplication
Multiplication Race Cars
Multiplication Practice (with multiplication table)
- Social Studies & Geography
*Quiz – Rights and Responsibilities
* Government Review
*Three Branches of Government (Schoolhouse Rock)
*Three Branches of Government (Facts of Congress)
*The Senate (Facts of Congress)
*The House of Representatives (Facts of Congress)
*How a Bill Becomes Law (Facts of Congress)
*How a Bill Becomes Law (Schoolhouse Rock)
Animal Coloring and Facts – Enchanted Learning
Animals – National Geographic
Animals – San Diego Zoo
Animals – SeaWorld
Endangered Species Fact Page – Kid’s Planet
Animals – Sheppard Software
- Social Studies
- Author's Websites
Patricia Polacco – http://www.patriciapolacco.com/
Wendy Halperin – http://www.wendyhalperin.com/
Eve Bunting – http://ethemes.missouri.edu/themes/883
***Jon Sciescka – http://www.jsworldwide.com/
Laura Numeroff – **http://lauranumeroff.com/
Chris Van allsburg – http://www.chrisvanallsburg.com/home.html
Mike Thaler – http://www.mikethaler.com/
Beverly Cleary – www.beverlycleary.com
Roald Dahl – http://www.roalddahl.com/
Louis Sachar – http://www.louissachar.com/
Kate Dicamillo – http://www.katedicamillo.com/
Ann Rinaldi – http://www.annrinaldi.net/
Brian Jaques – http://www.redwallabbey.com/
Gary Paulsen – http://www.randomhouse.com/features/garypaulsen/
Kathryn Lasky – http://www.kathrynlasky.com/KK/Home.html
Erin Hunter – http://www.warriorcats.com/warriorshell.html
Cornelia Funke – http://www.corneliafunkefans.com/en
Andrew Clements – http://www.andrewclements.com/
Bill Myers – http://www.billmyers.com/BillMyersKids/index.html
- State Reports
Link: State Report Calendar 2009-2010State Biography Resources from Mrs. Strange
Time For KidsGENERAL SITES:
This site seems very “kid friendly” with easy steps to researching your particular subject.http://www.citypopulation.de/
An excellent website giving the populations of countries of the world. Very colorful and easy to navigate. Click on the START button at the middle to bottom of the page. Good detailed information.
A good site with information on each State such as the economy, climate, famous people, State maps, bird.
This website has printable maps for the United States, Canada and the world. Some of the website facts include population, state regions, New England, the South, the Midwest, the West, state mottos, state nicknames and the origin of state names.
An excellent site with plenty of categories, for example the capital of the state, flag of the state, history, economy, famous people, points of interest, land area, map.
A good site showing all the flags of the U.S.A..
An excellent site with information about each state. Click on the state map you wish to view. The information is more detailed, but age appropriate.
A very good site with plenty of information about Regions in the USA.
An interesting page you can browse around and find information about your specific state. You can find print outs to color, such as a state flower or state(s) map.
This page gives some information about each state. It does not seem to give maps, even though it mentions a map. There are extra stories on this site about the State you are interested in.
Site shows one colored map of the Regions of the USA. Click on a part of the country to learn about different features of the land, population, natural resources, and famous people from those areas.
Not a great site. Rather vague. Must dig deep for information and then it may not be what you intended.
Information on regions of the United States.
A good site showing flags of all the provinces of Canada, also gives details about provincial symbols.
Outlines of Canadian provinces
This site shows a list of Canadian provinces and territories. You can click on the name of a province and get a map of that province.
A good site giving facts about Canadian provinces. Click on the province you are researching.
This website has information about the Canadian Shield, Hudson Bay, Canadian Prime Ministers, North American Natives plus other items of interest.
IF YOU STILL NEED MORE INFORMATION:
There are maps, statistics and historical information available on this site. It may take a bit of navigation.
The “Google” search engine will help navigate you to sites relating to your subject. Watch out for advertisements that may appear as research sites. Use the advanced search for more exact information.
This site will help navigate you to sites relating to your subject. Watch out for advertisements that may appear as research sites.
A game/quiz site.