Instant Expert - become an expert in science and social studies
Reading Like a Historian -
The Reading Like a Historian curriculum engages students in historical inquiry. Each lesson revolves around a central historical question and features sets of primary documents designed for groups of students with diverse reading skills and abilities.
Geography Games - by playing Sheppard Software's geography games, you will gain a mental map of the world's continents, countries, capitals, & landscapes
Maps of War - maps of the world, track religion, maps of wars, etc
National Geographic - great site with unlimited information
Freerice- geography sites
Cloud.net - this site is loaded with geography information, lesson plans with objectives and more. Scroll down the page and check out some of the lesson plans that are already created
Mr.donn.org - check out the 5 Themes of Geography – Using Ecuador link. This is just one of many you can use
Discovery Education - website is full of very good lesson ideas
Social Studies Teaching strategies - Facing history and ourselves
iCivic - good site focusing on the branches of government
Library of Congress - great collection of primary sources
HSTRY - create electronic timelines
National Archives - great mix of lesson plans
Ben's Guide - differentiated site to help teach students about the US Government
United States Census - leading source of quality data about the nations people and economy
Best of History Websites - a great collection of history websites in one location
Docs Teach - choose from thousands of primary sources for use in classroom activities
NASA Socioeconomic Data - maps related to population
iPad Apps for Social Studies - use the menu on the left to select the apps related to the content you're covering.
Muesum Box - This site provides the tools for you to build up an argument or description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box.
Bureau of Labor Statistics - K-2 games and quizzes