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Mr. Donn's Ancient History Page


The State Report Section of ClassBrain: Classbrain has assembled state report resources for all those students (and parents) doing reports on U.S. states. Templates, clipart and other resources are available here. The websites gathered for each state include the official state websites, so this will be a place to start for many students.


Students of the World: Information about ALL countries of the World through interactive maps (geography, stats...) ; Penpals ; Educational games ; Forums.


The Jamestown Online Adventure: Put your students in the situation of landing in the New World and making all the decisions needed to found a colony. This simulation lets them decide where to land, what to do when they get there, and even how many will be required to do hard labor. There are online helpers in the form of the London Company's Instruction and a Native American neighbor. Players will be scored as to how well they fared given the choices made, and will review what actually happened in Jamestown.


Bill of Rights Institute: Bill of Rights Institute has a large selection of free lesson plans available to teachers looking for a way to bring the Bill of Rights and the Constitution to life. Primary Source Activities, Citizenship and Character Lessons, and Historical Narratives offer new ideas for the study of the amendments to the U.S. Constitution and how those amendments affect U.S. society.


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Some people believe it is impossible for couples to always be in a state of bliss. Others state they have been blissfully married for 10, 20, 30 or more years. What's their secret?
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