Kids National Geographic
**http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/**
The classic site provides such a wide ook at the world.

National Museum of American History Explorer
**http://americanhistory.si.edu/timeline/index.cfm**
Fantastic timeline provides a superb visual look at the history of the US. Plymouth Rock, Mayan mask

Historic Tale
**http://www.adgame-wonderland.de/type/bayeux.php**
Students can easily create their own pctures or tapestry of the middle ages with this site.

Build a Neighborhood
**http://pbskids.org/rogers/buildANeighborhood.html**
Youngsters can build a farm, a house, a construction site, or a make believe place with this site.

You Be the Historian
http://americanhistory.si.edu/Kids/springer/
Great site to work with the entire class. Helps students think like a historian. Work through the eight clue available at this site to see what you can learn about the Springer household.

Ben's Guide to the US Government
**http://bensguide.gpo.gov/**
Grade range with activities.

Congress for Kids
**http://congressforkids.net/index.htm**
Provides some good quizzes and learning activities about the US government. The learning activities can be part of a center.