Posts Tagged ‘flag’

Missouri State History for Kids

August 10th, 2017

 

It’s Thursday, August 10, 2017, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Missouri Secretary of State Kids Page

(www.sos.mo.gov/kids/default)

Age Range: All (All grades; children with parental supervision)

 

Missouri became the 24th state to be admitted to the Union on August 10, 1821. This website from the office of the Missouri Secretary of State gathers together loads of resources for your state study of Missouri.

At the kids’ homepage, there is a clickable list of links to: 

  • Games – online coloring pages, connect the dots, crossword puzzles, and more
  • Missouri History & Fun Facts – state symbols, famous people, a timeline, and other interesting topics
  • Missouri Government, A Brief Look – learn about the jobs of the state government

On the left-hand sidebar, select the Resources & Links to download PDFs in a virtual school packet that include full color brochures of the Missouri Government, A Brief Look, the Missouri State Capitol, the state flag, state symbols, famous Missourians, and the Lewis and Clark Expeditions. There are also links to other resources.

Add this website to your collection of state study sites.

Free State Study Resource

May 18th, 2017

 

It’s Thursday, May 18, 2017, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

The US50

(www.theus50.com/)

Age Range: All (All grades; children with parental supervision)

 

This ad-supported website is a one-stop location for information about all of the 50 states.

When arriving at the site, use the map to locate the state of choice. When the page opens you can then use the links to find concise information about that state including: 

  • History and famous people
  • State symbols, seal, flag, quarter, license plate, flower, stamp, and more
  • Geography & Maps
  • Outdoor activities such as: 
    • Tourism
    • Governors
    • Cities
    • Colleges

And much more. There are even online trivia quizzes for each state to test your knowledge and links to other state related websites. Also on the home page, scroll below the map to find links to an image of the Declaration of Independence, a downloadable audio of the national anthem, and fast facts study guides which include printable outline maps of the states, and mailing addresses to the state governors and tourism offices.

This site is bookmark worthy and a great place to get general information for all of your state studies.

3D Geography

May 6th, 2017

 

A note from The ClickSchooling Team:


We had a little mix up this week and missed Thursday’s Social Science review – so here it is today, Saturday, May 6, 2017, instead.

 

Recommended Website:

3D Geography

(www.3dgeography.co.uk/)

Age Range: 8-18 (Grades 3-12, with parental supervision)

 

If you are looking to add some great hands-on geography projects to your class, then this website created by a group of teachers with a passion for geography is great place to start.

From the home page, browse through the many project types to:

  • Create geography models of globes, volcanoes, earthquakes, rivers, settlements, weather, mountains, coasts, and more.
  • Use paper craft templates to make printable models, animals, international theme models, and flags to color.
  • Build 3D maps.
  • Make volcano models with great ideas for exploring the world of volcanoes.
  • Construct pop up models of a river drainage basin, the Beaufort Wind force scale, and population density.

But the resources don’t stop there. Visitors will also find: 

Geography pictures and diagrams

  • Videos
  • Blank maps
  • Map quizzes
  • Diorama ideas
  • Animal fact posters
  • Word search puzzles
  • Geography worksheets
  • Flag activities
  • And much more.

This website is overflowing with beautifully presented information about all things geographical and provides multiple ways to search using the upper and sidebar menus. Topics are broken down into bite-size pieces making this website student-friendly as well. Bookmark this one for sure to come back to time and time again. 

Play US State Games

April 27th, 2017

 

It’s Thursday, April 27, 2017, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Learning Games for Kids – US State Games

(www.learninggamesforkids.com/us-state-games.html)

Age Range: 7-13 (Grades 2-8, with parental supervision)

 

Commit to memory all the states’ symbols with these flash-based games from the larger Learning Games for Kids website.

When arriving at the site, either select “All States” or a specific state from the list, then choose the game type you wish to play. Types of games include: 

  • Which One?
  • Memory Match
  • Unscramble
  • Letter Fall
  • Speedy Speller
  • Hangmouse
  • Word Search
  • Nature Calls
  • Printable Fun
  • Flag Puzzles
  • Story Blanks
  • Word-O-Rama

Playing the games, kids will learn state: 

  • Nicknames
  • Flowers
  • Trees
  • Birds
  • Capitals
  • Abbreviations
  • Mottos

And much more. This website makes learning all about the United States fun and a great addition to your studies.

Be a WebRanger!

April 11th, 2017

 

It’s Tuesday, April 11, 2017, and time for Science at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

WebRangers

(www.nps.gov/webrangers/index.cfm)

Age Range: 8-16 (Grades 3-10, with parental supervision)

 

This site has a free online WebRanger program for kids with over 50 games and activities that teach about national parks, monuments, and historic sites all provided by the National Park Service.

We suggest you click on “Visit” on your first experience and just look around and play the activities (rated Easy, Medium, and Hard) in these categories: 

  • People – Learn about U.S. Presidents, Thomas Edison, Paul Revere.
  • History – Discover arctic artifacts. set sail on a Navy war ship in 1812.
  • Nature – Discover dendrochronology (tell time with tree rings) and take The Puma Challenge!
  • Puzzles – Break the alpha code names for national parks, send a message with a signal flag, go on a website scavenger hunt.
  • Science – Test the water quality, virtually explore tidepools, find out what dinosaurs ate.
  • Parks – Play “Name That Park,” help a ranger, learn the 10 essentials for having fun and staying safe in parks.
  • Animals – Pack a virtual dog sled, protect bald eagles, and help baby sea turtles find the ocean.

Click on any topic and a new page opens with a menu of multi-media online games and activities that teach as they entertain. From simple match games to challenging quests, you won’t believe the amount of content delivered.  

Bookmark this site, you simply can’t see it all in one visit.

Also, National Parks Week is April 15-23, 2017 and during April 15-16 and 22-23: Visit for free! On these National Park Week weekends, every national park will give you free admission! Many of them are also offering educational and entertaining activities including historical reenactments, living history, guided tours, volunteer clean-up programs, and much, much more. Find your park!

UK, Ireland, and Europe Geography Games

September 8th, 2016

 

It’s Thursday, September 8, 2016, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Toporopa

(www.toporopa.eu/en/)

Age Range: 8-18 (Grades 3-12, with parental supervision)

 

Hone in on your geography skills with the interactive games on this website.

This sister site to the previously reviewed World Geography Games website focuses on the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Europe. Games include: 

  • Interactive maps in which the player identifies the location of given place for: 
    • Countries & capitals
    • Seas, islands, peninsulas, and straits
    • Mountains and volcanoes
    • Rivers and lakes
    • England
    • Scotland
    • Wales
    • Ireland and Northern Ireland
    • Cities
    • Regions, Boroughs, Counties, Council areas, Principal areas, and Districts
    • And more
  • Drag and drop the countries to the correct location on the map with the Countries puzzle.
  • Choose what country a flag represents.
  • Identify the countries of the European Union.
  • Locate countries that have a reigning monarch.
  • Pinpoint the countries that use the Euro as their official currency.

All the games are easy to play but challenging to master as the student commits the information to memory. 

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