Collaborative Projects

Greek Mythology Middle School Important Aspects of:_Main Gods
Minor Gods
and Other Heroes
SAISD Social Studies Page

Quizlet Flashcards for learning
Projects Multiple projects and grade levels such as: Journey North: track the Monarch Butterfly
Westward Ho 5-8 In order to gain a more complete understanding of The Oregon Trail, you must put yourself in the shoes of the pioneers who made there way across our great country!
National Digital Archives Find a treasure trove of reproducible primary sources, lesson plans correlated to national standards, and cross-curricular connections.

Elditarod 2010

As classes prepare to follow the Iditarod Sled Dog Race this year, why not consider joining the eIditarod (electronic Iditarod) project? We would love to have you join us! Participating classes will * study the trail and musher biographies
  • create a wall-sized map of the trail
  • select a musher to follow in this year's race
  • track the selected musher's progress as the race occurs
  • follow the musher reaching each stop on the trail using Twitter and Blogger
  • complete the problem solving tasks you find at each checkpoint's
  • arrive in Nome vicariously with your selected musher
  • receive an official 2010 eIditarod class certificate for completion of the trail!
African American Scientists and Inventors Grade 5? Research one of the following Scientists or inventors. Spend a little time looking at the various sites to decide which African-American you want to research.
50 States
Learn About the 50 States

Amazing Americans American Revolution 5-8 With a partner, you will study a famous person who lived during the time of the American Revolution (1775-1781). You and your partner will evaluate the achievements of the person to determine how he or she contributed to our American culture.
National Geographic Get classroom products, lesson plans, and activities, prepare for the Geographic Bee, help kids learn about the world, and more.

World Cultures Elementary
This Quest will help you “virtually” visit another world culture. You will be expected to understand the population distributions of a country, as well as the cool places to visit in that country.
Voicethread A powerful way to have a conversations around images,documents,and videos

Map Skills 9-12 Here is your chance to play the part of a pilot and put your map skills to the test. You will be reading latitude and longitude, telling time from country to country, and creating a flight plan that will take you across 6 continents and 5 cities besides your hometown.
Famous People
EFL / ESL Lesson Plans Using Biographies And Profiles

Constitution Day Elementary you will better understand how and why our Constitution was written
Ben's Guide to Government K-12
Your Neighborhood and Beyond | Our Nation | Historical Documents | Branches of Government
How Laws Are Made | National versus State Government | Election Process | Citizenship
Symbols of U.S. Government | Games and Activities | Glossary | U.S. Government Web Sites for Kids
Informational and Research Sites for Government

Constitution 7-12 WebQuest on the U.S. Constitutional Convention
Pics4Learning Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students.

Texas Indians
Title: Texas Indian Tribes
Description: Let's take a trip back and find out about who they were, where and how they lived, and what happened to them! Grade Level: 3-5
Social Studies and Science K-5 Online lessons for remediation etc

Learning About the Branches of Government Elementary A Third Grade Branches of Government WebQuest
SmartBoard Templates

Greek Mythology Middle School
The Jamestown Chronicles Join us as we explore the history of Jamestown
through the eyes of those who played a part in creating a new nation in a new world.

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