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Blog Winners 2015

Blogs are like diaries that are shared publicly (shared with everyone). Edublogs are blogs that focus on improving how we teach and learn.

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Classroom Blogs 2018

Here is a list of classroom blogs. Check them out!

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Edublogs Student Blogs

These blogs are written by students. Most of them are published (posted) with help from a teacher or whole school. ---to View List of Student Blogs--- Scroll down the page until use see the words --Student participants. Then click on the web address of the student's blog that you want to see.

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The Connected Classroom

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Ethnicity-African-Americans in History

A website with links to books commemorating important people in Black history

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Ethnicity-African-Americans: The U.S. Library of Congress' Black History Month Website

During the 1936 Olympics in Germany, Jesse Owens and other African-American athletes showed the Nazis and the world their power and strength. This site also highlights contributions of African-Americans to many musical genres -- Gospel, Jazz, Blues, Soul,

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Ethnicity-African-Americans: University of Illinois' list of Black History resources

Links to websites about Black history including coloring book pages

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Ethnicity-Asian: Chinese New Year - for kids!

Chinese New Year is a holiday that actually lasts a week or more. It is also called Lunar New Year and is celebrated in several other countries including Vietnam and Korea. Learn more about this holiday and Asian culture at this website.

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Ethnicity-Asian: Vietnam by National Geographic Kids

This is an article about the nation of Vietnam which is located in Asia near China. --SEE information about other countries. You can type the country name in the search bar and press the magnifying glass icon or the enter key on your computer.

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Ethnicity-Latino Day of the Dead -- A Special Holiday in Mexico and Latin-America

Dia de los Muertos Short film on PBS

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Ethnicity-Latino:Mexico = Culture and Information

Some facts about Mexico. For more information about a country or region-- use Kidrex or other kid's search engine. Then type Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, or any other country into the Search Box. Go to Conventional section

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Ethnicity-Native American Resources 1

Here is some information about our nation's first settlers from National Geographic Kids.

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Ethnicity-Native American Resources 2

A few links about Native Americans are listed here. To learn even more about Native Americans--use Kidrex or other kid's search engine and type in .Native American OR the name of a tribe- Sioux, Cherokee, etc. into the Search Box. Go to Conventional section and look for the Search Engine area.

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Library of Congress Online Holdings: Photos

Huge collection of photos from America and other pictures

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Smithsonian Adults

This is the home page for this famous museum and research institution.

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Smithsonian Kids

This site has some cool games and acitivites including animal Web Cams (cameras) ! You can see what a few animals are doing any time of day.

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Smithsonian Learning Lab

This site has a lot of tools to do your own research. There are a lot of activities offered.

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The Industrial Revolution

The site explores an important chapter in world history. This website includes actual materials from the time of the industrial revolution. These examples of evidence are called primary source materials.

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This Day in History

Learn about U.S. and world history at his site. There are many topic to explore.

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Time for Kids

Time magaize is very well known in the U.S. On this site you can read all kinds of articles (stories) that were written for kids. Articles are organized by grade level.

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Timelines--History of Human Civilization

Interactive timeline of History. Use mouse to drag inside the timeline picture. Drag up and down too.

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Timelines--Hyper History Online

This site lets you look at many different timelines- including political, sciencem culture, and religion. There are details about historial figures (people) and events. There also historial maps on this site.

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites

A list of places of historical, artistic, or cultural importance all over the world. The list contains live weblinks to websites describing the landmark. ------ UNESCO is an acronym for The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

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World History Lessons by Khan Academy

Here you will find lessons for learning world history. Khan Academy has become famous for helping people learn at their own pace (speed) for free.

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