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Fifth Grade


Math


Fun Brain (link)

Educational resources for kids and adults.

Skill Builders: Grade 5 (link)

Fifth Grade Skill Builders - Interactive Sites

AAA Math (link)

AAA Math features a variety of interactive arithmetic lessons for Kindergarten through Eighth grade level. Students can learn and review at their current level.

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (link)

The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (NLVM) is an NSF supported project that began in 1999 to develop a library of uniquely interactive, web-based virtual manipulatives or concept tutorials, mostly in the form of Java applets, for mathematics instruction (K-12 emphasis).

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (link)

Virtual manipulatives related to our math standards.


Science


Cell Structure and Functions (link)

Click on a term or an organelle below to find out more.

Mitosis and Meiosis (link)

An interactive activity on cell division.

Life Science Safari (link)

Are you ready to take an expedition of living things?

FOSSWeb (link)

The official site for the inquiry based FOSS science curriculum. Support, resources and fun activities.


I-Safe


CyberSmart! (link)

Internet Safety Tips for Elementary School Students

Rules in Cyberspace (link)

U. S. Dept. of Justice - Cyberethics for Kids

Wired Teens (link)

Internet Safety: Information for kids, tweens and teens

www.cyberbullying.org (link)

"Cyberbullying involves the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behaviour by an individual or group, that is intended to harm others." -Bill Belsey

AT&T Internet Safety Connections Game (link)

Designed to teach elementary school children about safety and security while surfing the Web.


Social Studies


Abraham Lincoln Quiz (link)

Abraham Lincoln Online

Abraham Lincoln Research Site (link)

Learn about Abraham Lincoln's life and accomplishments.

American Memory from the Library of Congress: Presidents (link)

Search all Presidential categories.

America's Presidents Crossword (link)

Learn about the President's job and get to know some of our nation's most important leaders as you explore these great Web sites.

Enchanted Learning: Women Explorers (link)

Astronauts and Cosmonauts; Sally Ride, Bondar and others....

European Explorers Theme Page (link)

Organized By Country For Which They Explored

Female Explorer: Womes Exploring Their World (link)

List of individual links to women exploring our world

From Revolution to Reconstruction: Presidents (link)

This is an index on the presidents of the United States and contains information and documents of their speeches, writings, biographies and anything else related to their person or the office they are holding.

George Washington's Mount Vernon (link)

Meet George Washington

Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States (link)

From George Washington to George W. Bush

Kids Konnect: Explorers (link)

Portraits of Presidents and First Ladies (link)

The selected images include at least one likeness of each of the forty-one presidents and most of the first ladies.

Presidential Profiles (link)

This section of the American Presidency includes articles from four Grolier encyclopedias, suited to different reading levels.

Presidents Directory (link)

Directory of information on the Presidents

Presidents of the United States (link)

From whitehouse.gov

United States Presidential Autographs (link)

Did you ever want to see what the signatures of some of our greatest leaders look like?

Welcome to The American Presidency (link)

Grolier Online's American Presidency presentation explores the history of the presidency.

You Go Girl: 7 Women Explorers - MSN Encarta (link)

Here's your chance to meet seven extraordinary adventurers.

American Presidents (link)

The American Presidents web site contains a complete video archive of all American Presidents: Life Portraits programming, plus biographical facts, key events of each presidency, presidential places and reference material. Pick a president and explore.

Enchanted Learning: Explorers (link)

Zoom Explorers

European Explorers: Vasco da Gama (link)

Explorers (link)

List of explorers with corresponding activities and quizes.

Explorers of the Millennium (link)

Searching for information about great explorers? Working on a report? This is the place to go!

Presidents Coloring Pages (link)

Download, print and color drawings of the presidents. You can download them one at a time or all at once.

Presidents' Day Games (link)

White House Jigsaw, Name That President and Lincoln Slider Washington Slider.

The All-Star River Explorers (link)

Discover the basics of rivers and how they are formed.

A List of all the Children of the Presidents of the United States (link)

Offers interesting, little known information about the children and First Families of the White House.

USA - Presidents: Biographies & Information (link)

Find biographical information, election results and paintings/photos of each president.

Welcome to The American Presidency (link)

Detailed biographical information. Choose from four different encyclopedia articles online. (Click on Presidents on the left side).

Explore Mount Vernon (link)

Tour the grounds of George Washington's Mount Vernon by clicking on the rooms listed on the left side.

Presidential Portraits: Time Line (link)

Each president and first lady is listed chronologically according to the president's term(s) in office. The list of first ladies comes from the book titled The First Ladies, by Margaret B. Klapthor (Washington, D.C.: White House Historical Association, 1994).


Lewis & Clark


Cyberhunt: Lewis & Clark (link)

Learn all about their adventures right here! Print this page to write your answers, or use a sheet of paper.

Discovering Lewis & Clark (link)

This site focuses on issues, values and visions relating to the Lewis & Clark Expedition, its preludes, and its aftermath up to the present time.

Go West Across America with Lewis and Clark Game (link)

Wild rivers. Rugged mountains. An unknown continent to explore. This great American expedition will face them all. And they need your help on this incredible adventure.

Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation (link)

The North Dakota Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center provides an overview of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, with special emphasis on the time spent at Fort Mandan during the winter of 1804- 1805.

Lewis & Clark Journey of Discovery (link)

Learn about the people and the journey through this interactive National Park Service site.

Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail (link)

National Parks for Kids: Lewis and Clark in North Dakota

Lewis and Clark (link)

Experience westward expansion with explorers Lewis & Clark and start your own adventures!

Lewis and Clark Rediscovery Project (link)

Interactively experience the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Lewis and Clark Then and Now: A Virtual Field Trip (link)

Animals and the Expedition--The Buffalo

Lewis and Clark: Inside the Corps (link)

Inside the Corps has three sections: Circa 1803, To Equip an Expedition and the Corps.

Lewis and Clark Across Missouri (link)

This website serves geographical information and maps that are products of the LEWIS AND CLARK HISTORIC LANDSCAPE PROJECT that has been conducted at the Geographic Resources Center (GRC), Department of Geography, University of Missouri in partnership with the Missouri State Archives, Office of the Missouri Secretary of State.

Lewis and Clark | PBS (link)

The Journey of the Corps of Discovery

Lewis and Clark Across Missouri (link)

This website serves geographical information and maps that are products of the LEWIS AND CLARK HISTORIC LANDSCAPE PROJECT that has been conducted at the Geographic Resources Center (GRC), Department of Geography, University of Missouri in partnership with the Missouri State Archives, Office of the Missouri Secretary of State.

Lewis and Clark in North Dakota (link)

Follow Lewis and Clark through their entire journey. Read their journals and take an online virtual tour.


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