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Her-stories in History is an informative site where students can...

Her-stories in History is an informative site where students can learn about women in history through short biographies. What makes this site special is that students can read the text as well as listen to the audio . I have added Her-stories in History Read More...

HIP Pocket Change is “The US Mint’s interactive...

HIP Pocket Change is “The US Mint’s interactive official site for coin collecting kids. You can find out about the history of coin minting, what new quarters are due to be minted.” Students can also learn about U.S. Coins by accessing their fun and engaging, Read More...

The History Chef blog is my newest find for my U.S. Presidents...

The History Chef blog is my newest find for my U.S. Presidents LiveBinder. Suzy Evans, J.D., Ph.D, has a blog that focuses on food and the U.S. Presidents. How unique. She began the blog last year when she was beginning to write a book about the presidents Read More...

I just added a neat resource to my ”US Presidents for...

I just added a neat resource to my ” US Presidents for Kids ” LiveBinder. Have Fun with History has really interesting and unique ways to teach about the presidents. They have videos with real-time footage of the presidents who have been captured on film Read More...

Have fun with History is a neat site that has an enormous...

Have fun with History is a neat site that has an enormous library of U.S. subjects, videos, and activities that will delight you and your students. The videos are unique and fabulous and so are their activities. Screenshot sample of their activities below. Read More...