The Wildlife Photography of Carl R. Sams II & Jean Stoick (link)
Visit the gallery and books sections of our site to share in our adventures in the natural world.
The Starfall Method promises to improve reading acquisition by using the Internet to help make it fun for the children and easy for the educators. You may order the printed materials that go along with the website for classroom or home use.
Skill Builders: Grade 5 (link)
Fifth Grade Skill Builders - Interactive Sites
American Indians and the Natural World (link)
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
First People of North America (link)
History of North American Tribes
Index of "The North American Indian" (link)
This page is a gateway to information concerning approximately 80 western Native American tribes, visited and photographed by Edward Sheriff Curtis from 1890 to 1930, taken from "The North American Indian", Curtis' massive lifework.
Marilee's Native Americans Resource (link)
If you want to learn about Native Americans as they were before the Europeans arrived, it helps to divide the continent into ten culture groups.
MHA Nation (link)
The history area of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation Website
Native American Sites (link)
This site facilitates communication among Native peoples and between Indians and non-Indians by providing access to home pages of Native American Nations and organizations, and to other sites that provide solid information about American Indians.
Native Americans (link)
Native Americans.com (link)
The First People of America; History of Native American Tribes
Plains Indians (link)
Intercurricular lessons for teaching about the Plains Indians.
The Wild West (link)
Learn more about the Apache, Blackfoot, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Lakota, and Pueblo tribes.
Eastern Woodland Indians (link)
Learn About Native Americans (link)
Native American Crafts (link)
Northwest Indians (link)
Southwest Native Americans (link)
Knife River Indian Villages: NHS Northern Plains Tribes page (link)
Experience the interior of a reconstruction earthlodge. Learn about the Knife River native people.
Native American Lore (link)
Read 150 different tales from different tribes of the Plains Indians.
Native American WebQuest (link)
Follow the steps of this Webquest to create a Native American museum in your school.
Plains Indians (link)
Learn about the artwork, clothing, housing and religion of the Plains Indians.
Native American Indian Resources (link)
There are over 300 web pages here. MainMenu leads to menus of independent topical sections.
50 United State Sites (link)
A to Z Kids Stuff: States (link)
Fun educational activities about the 50 states.
All 50 American States Web Sites (link)
Click on a state.
CultureGrams States Edition (link)
United States of America
Get driving directions.
Learn About the 50 States.
Quick Facts: Learn About Your State (link)
Ben's Guide to the 50 States
State Facts (link)
Official Portal for North Dakota State Government
State Quizzes (link)
State Report Information (link)
State Reports (link)
Choose your state from the map and start gathering all the information and images you need to make an A+ state report project for school.
50 States of the U.S.A. (link)
General state information
Wilton Library Children's Center School Projects: 50 States (link)
infoplease: Encyclopedia, Almanac, Atlas, Biographies, Dictionary, Thesaurus (link)
Free online reference, research & homework help.
Map Test (link)
The World Almanac for Kids Online (link)
State and Provincial Trees (link)
Click on the scientific name next to each state to view a picture of the state's tree.
Class Brain - North Dakota (link)
This website is designed to give facts that could be used in a state report. This link will take you to the North Dakota page.
Enchanted Learning: Women Explorers (link)
Astronauts and Cosmonauts; Sally Ride, Bondar and others....
European Explorers Theme Page (link)
Organized By Country For Which They Explored
Female Explorer: Womes Exploring Their World (link)
List of individual links to women exploring our world
Kids Konnect: Explorers (link)
The Biography Channel (link)
Biographies, videos and interviews.
Woodland Explorer (link)
This is a site from the UK that has some excellent pages on woodland habitats. Some of the areas are best for lower elementary grades but even high school students doing research on animals will find this useful.
You Go Girl: 7 Women Explorers - MSN Encarta (link)
Here's your chance to meet seven extraordinary adventurers.
Choices Career Exploration (link)
To login, be sure to click on the Site ID tab.
Enchanted Learning: Explorers (link)
European Explorers: Vasco da Gama (link)
List of explorers with corresponding activities and quizes.
Explorers of the Millennium (link)
Searching for information about great explorers? Working on a report? This is the place to go!
The All-Star River Explorers (link)
Discover the basics of rivers and how they are formed.
The official site for the inquiry based FOSS science curriculum. Support, resources and fun activities.
Study Club (link)
Shawn Oban Study Club