While not a comprehensive list, we'd like to provide you with links to some of the sites which North Country teachers have told us they use and would like to share with others. If you have a site you'd like to tell others about, or you find a dead link in the list, please tell us about it. Just click on a category below to start browsing the links.
OLogy - A site from the American Museum of Natural History, students are introduced to a wide variety of scientists.
Test Your Geography Knowledge - This is a great site for testing one's knowledge of geography. The countries in all the continents, as well as regions and capitals within several countries, are included.
Online Activities - This site provides links to dozens of other sites that offer activities from worksheets to web quests on a huge range of topics.
Xpeditions - Geography resources from National Geographic, including outline maps that can be printed out or incorporated into PowerPoint presentations.
BBC History - A great resource for teachers who want to go beyond the depth of the textbook.
Euratlas - The history of Europe in maps and pictures.
Seven Wonders - Provides a variety of materials (maps, diagrams, drawings, etc.) of each of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Theban Mapping Project - The official site of the project to map the Valley of the Kings and the Theban Necropolis. This site has movies, descriptions and interactive plans for the tombs.
First World War.com - In addition to essays on the war, there are a wide range of media resources.
US Holocaust Memorial Museum - In addition to being a very comprehensive resource on the Holocaust, the site is also an excellent source of information on World War II in general. Check out their section called "Mapping the Holocaust."