PAEC - Social Studies
World History For Us All provides world history teaching units that revolve around the 3 essential questions and 7 themes of history.
The Bringing History Home curriculum and professional development project was designed and piloted by a partnership between the University of Iowa and Washington Community School District in Iowa.
Teachinghistory.org is designed to help K–12 history teachers access resources and materials to improve U.S. history education in the classroom with the goal of making history content, teaching strategies, resources, and research accessible.
Times Machine has over 150 years of New York Times journalism, as it originally appeared.
The American Yawp is a free online American History Textbook that is easy to navigate that covers all you need to know and teach about American History.
Harp Weekhas links to other websites that inform you about various historical events and figures. They even have a daily cartoon that has a historical base.
The Center for Civic Education provides some great resources to incorporate into the classroom.
While some found on the site are at a cost, some are free including the lesson plans found from
Kid Info allows students to become an Expert about Famous Explorers by Reading Interesting and Important Facts about Famous Explorers, Early Explorers, Modern Explorers, and Space Explorers on KidInfo.com's Famous Explorers Homework Help Resource Page.
Kid Info allows to students to become an expert about the History of the American Revolution by Reading Interesting and ImportantFacts about the American Revolution on KidInfo.com's History of the American Revolution Homework Help Resource Page.
This "Facts for Kids" section was designed to provided simple online information about American Indians in an easy-to-read question and answer format.
Lewis & Clark: Into the Unknown provides information about the Lewis & Clark expedition and includes an interactive map.