It’s Thursday, September 29, 2016, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!
Age Range: 5-13 (Grades K-8, with parental supervision)
This sister website to the USA.gov website, designed especially for elementary and middle school students, serves as an internet gateway to educational information and services available through government agencies, schools, and educational organizations.
Using the navigation buttons at the top of the page, first decide your audience, Kids Grade K-5 or Teens Grade 6-8, then choose to:
- Learn Stuff
- Play Games
- Watch Videos
This is where the fun begins. Choose from the suggestions in the scroll-able upper menu box or find the subject you are interested in by selecting it from the icons below the box. The icons will take you to another page broken down into topics. From here either browse through the list of linked websites or click the topical text link to be taken to the page of links.
All kinds of subjects are available, but we will focus on History. On the “Learn More” tab find great resources to learn about:
- American History
- Constitution, Declaration of Independence and More
- Groups and Cultures
- Time Periods and Eras
History games include:
- America by Air – Among other activities, take a virtual flight across America.
- Colonial Williamsburg Kid’s Zone – Games that teach about life in colonial America
- History and Culture – Smithsonian Education – a selection of games sponsored by the Smithsonian
- And many more!
Watch videos about:
- Native American Indians
- Martha Washington
- Webcasts from the Library of Congress
(Note: While reviewing this site we found some links no longer took you directly to the right page, but adventurous researchers can dig a little on the site to locate what they need.)
Select the Teachers button in the top menu to find activities, worksheets, lesson plans and more. The Parents page provides parental resources for a subject.
This is definitely a bookmark-worthy site to come back time and again for all your subjects.