Mummies, About Archaeology, Archaeological Adventure, Archaeological Analysis: Pieces of the Past, Archaeology at Colonial Williamsburg, Archaeology at the Dawn of History: The Khirbet Is, Archaeology For Kids On-line, Dig, Five Points, Is the Past in Your Future?, Kids Dig Reed
Careers, Money, Organizations, AP Macroeconomics Review, FedVille, FleetKids, In the Mix, IRS Tax Interactive, iwChameleon Internet Publishing, Moneyopolis, Museum of American Financial History, Peanuts and Crackerjacks, Taking the Pulse of the Economy
Maps, Polar Regions, About.com: Homework Help, Atlantic Ocean, Bears Go West, Bermuda Triangle, Break the Cycle, CIA Kids Page: Geography, CIA World Factbook, City Population, Class 6 Pompeii Webpage, ClassBrain: State Reports
Government and Politics
British Monarchy, Directories, Check Out Cooperatives, United Nations Cyberschoolbus, YouthVoice.net
By Region, By Time Period, By Topic, Multimedia, This Day in History, Timelines, Discoverers Web, Empires, EyeWitness: History Through The Eyes Of Those Who, History For Kids, History Learning Site, History on the Net, History's Happening, Hotlist - Social Studies, Internet Modern History Sourcebook, Military History Encyclopedia on the Web
Capital Punishment: Life or Death?, Chicago Teen Law, DOJ USA For Kids, Law for Kids, Massachusetts: The Ladybug Story, National Teen Courts of America, Separation and Divorce, The Federal Judiciary, What's Happening In Court, Window on the Law
Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Middle East, North America, Oceania, South America, Adventure Learning Foundation, Celebrate Hispanic Heritage, Children's Games from Around the World, Country at a Glance, Country Studies: Area Handbook Series, Cultural Profiles Project, Cultures, CultureScape, Deaf Culture and Sign Languages of the Global Vill, Discover Pakistan: Just for Kids
4to40: World History School Project
Short articles about everything from Marco Polo to the history of the alphabet.
AP Euro Homepage
This is a site designed to help AP European History students. This site offers research links and other information relative to Advanced Placement European History.
AP Modern Euro
Advanced placement European history pages with multimedia primary sources and practice tests. A Kirschnet site.
Balance Beyond Survival
Teaches visitors about past, present, and future cities, then gives them the chance to make their own cities.
BC Social Studies 8-12 Resources
Links that will be especially helpful to students following the British Columbia social studies curriculum, but will be helpful to others as well. Separate pages for each grade, and for geography, law, and comparative civilizations.
CNN Student News
World news geared toward middle and high school students. Most articles are accompanied by discussion starters, activities and teaching guides.
FBI's Kids Page
Includes safety tips, information on the Federal Bureau of Investigation, an introduction to working dogs, and online games.
Flags and Maps of the World
View national flags and maps for countries of the world.
Fun Social Studies
Fun articles and links provide information about all aspects of social studies.
Galinsky Social Studies Site
Includes webquests and other resources for history, government, geography and economics.
George Orwell's Animal Farm
Offers student and teacher pages to study parallelism with the Russian Revolution.
Go Eat Your Homework Series
Fun lessons provide an introduction to the history, culture, and food of major U.S. cities.
Greatest Places Online
A virtual look at the most culturally and geographically diverse places in the world.
Brings to life people from history, society and culture through animated Flash stories. Includes fairy tales.
How Customs Works
Customs regulates what moves in and out of a country and is key in the global economy. See what customs services do.
Mr Greiner's Student Resources for SOSE
Resources for students studying modern and ancient history, geography, and social sciences.
National History Day Projects
Information on documents related to frontiers in history compiled by the National Archives and Records Administration.
Peace Corps Kids World
Explore the globe and learn about making a difference as a Peace Corps Volunteer.
People Who Made a Difference
Short profiles of people who shaped the 20th century.
Postcards from America
Follows a teacher and a photographer as they travel across America. Also features fun facts, maps, and a "Just for Teachers" page with tips for using the postcards in the classroom.
Provides interactive quizzes, worksheets, resources and internet links for secondary school history pupils and teachers in the UK.
Social Studies for Kids
Offers articles, links, and fun facts, on history, geography, cultures, holidays, economics, and archaeology.
Surviving the Seven Natural Wonders of the World
Learn about the Grand Canyon, Mount Everest, the Paracutin volcano, and other natural wonders. Includes a quiz to test your memory. From ThinkQuest.
Information on explorers of the nineteenth century with interactive online learning activities and project suggestions for teachers.
The Travel Bug
Explores the concept of travel, the tourism industry, and tourist destinations around the world.
The World Bank Group
Highlights countries and regions, key development issues, the latest development data, curricular materials, collaborative learning networks, and research tools.