Social Studies Websites
Lists the fifty states and information on their locations (latitude and longitude), birds, colleges and universities, constitutions, flowers, genealogical resources, geological formations, geographical features, mottos, national forests and parks, newspapers, nicknames, nonprofit organizations, populations, state and federal representatives, songs, and the dates of entry into the union.
10,000 Year Calendar
Create a calendar for any month in any year 1 - 10000 A.D. including American holidays. It also includes moon and history information for each date.
1492: An Ongoing Voyage
Just as the first Europeans explored the world, you will be guided through various ports of the Mediterranean and the Americas.
Abraham Lincoln Online
Abraham Lincoln Online offers discussion, speeches, historic places, events, books, sculpture, quiz, links, and more.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government
Created by the educational component of the Government Printing Office, this site has activities, information, and games about the U.S. Government for K -12.
Ove 25,000 biographies at this site.
Capitals of the United States
State capitals game and outline maps.
Educational Web Adventures
Discover the world of art, science, nature and social studies with Web adventures and online activities!
EPA's Explorers' Club
All about the environment and recycling.
Flag of the United States
Information and sites about the flag of the United States.
A Frog's Tale
A video song appropriate for Earth Day.
The History Place
Great online exhibits - World War 2, Lincoln, Kennedy, plus more!
Kids Next Door
Kids can learn more about communities and being good citizens (young children).
Download and print maps from around the world.
Provides door-to-door-directions to anywhere
Print out big or small US or world maps.
Monticello: all about Thomas Jefferson
Explore Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's mountaintop home, gardens, and plantation.
National Geographic for Kids
Penpals & Cultural information about Schools and Countries Fun activities and information for kids from National Geographic.
This is an animated story that deals with getting along.
These web pages will help you find out the basic facts of any state in the Union, including Washington, D.C.
Visit the Statue of Liberty through photographs.
This is an excellent source for Ohio history and geography.
The United States House of Representatives, 106th Congress, 1st Session: Information on the United States House of Representatives.
Visit the White House and learn about its history.