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Math Games


A Plus Math (link)

This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively.

Cool Math Games (link)

Click on the links to play an amusement park of games specifically designed to be FUN FUN FUN!

Math Magician Games (link)

Click on the links to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Mulitplication Interactive Games (link)



Vector Kids (link)

Interactive Math: Strengthen basic math and other skills with interactive educational tools. The Timed Flashcards and Variable Solving games have a high score board to gauge progress. Also includes a coin counting game.









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Spelling (link)

Click on the correct story to get a list of weekly spelling words that have interactive games and quizzes.


Immigration


Immigration: Stories of Yesterday & Today (link)

Find out what it means to come to the United States as an immigrant from the early 20th century through the early 21st century. Tour Ellis Island, read interviews of immigrants from the early 1900's to today.


Famous People


Conservationist Theodore Roosevelt (link)

Theodore Roosevelt Association

Cyberhunt: Lewis & Clark (link)

Learn all about their adventures right here! Print this page to write your answers, or use a sheet of paper.

Discovering Lewis & Clark (link)

This site focuses on issues, values and visions relating to the Lewis & Clark Expedition, its preludes, and its aftermath up to the present time.

Lewis & Clark Journey of Discovery (link)

Learn about the people and the journey through this interactive National Park Service site.

Lewis and Clark (link)

Experience westward expansion with explorers Lewis & Clark and start your own adventures!

Lewis and Clark Across Missouri (link)

This website serves geographical information and maps that are products of the LEWIS AND CLARK HISTORIC LANDSCAPE PROJECT that has been conducted at the Geographic Resources Center (GRC), Department of Geography, University of Missouri in partnership with the Missouri State Archives, Office of the Missouri Secretary of State.

Lewis and Clark | PBS (link)

The Journey of the Corps of Discovery

Lewis and Clark Across Missouri (link)

This website serves geographical information and maps that are products of the LEWIS AND CLARK HISTORIC LANDSCAPE PROJECT that has been conducted at the Geographic Resources Center (GRC), Department of Geography, University of Missouri in partnership with the Missouri State Archives, Office of the Missouri Secretary of State.

Lewis and Clark in North Dakota (link)

Follow Lewis and Clark through their entire journey. Read their journals and take an online virtual tour.

Marquis De Mores (link)

Read a brief history of the Marquis de Mores life in Medora.

Medora (link)

Includes tourist information and pictures of the town. Links to many other historical significant sites in the area are included.

Sacagawea (link)

Offers information about her life and how she helped the Corps of Discovery.

Theodore Roosevelt in Medora (link)

Learn about Teddy Roosevelt's adventures in North Dakota.


Native Americans


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)

Research/Informational Sites

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.

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.

Tracking the Buffalo (link)

Become a historian and uncover hidden secrets in a buffalo skin painting.

Classroom Clipart: Buffalo (link)

Buffalo Pictures, Photographs, Clipart and Illustrations.

Indian Uses of the Buffalo (link)

From: Malls, Tom, THE MYSTIC WARRIORS OF THE PLAINS 1972, p 190.

Native American Indian Resources (link)

There are over 300 web pages here. MainMenu leads to menus of independent topical sections.

NativeTech: Wigwams (link)

Early Historic Descriptions of Wigwams, Basic Wigwam Construction, Photographic Tour of Contemporary Wigwams and other Internet Resources for Wigwams & House Construction.

North Dakota Indian Tribes (link)

Native American Tribes of North Dakota.


North Dakota


North Dakota National Parks (link)

Find a park in ND.

North Dakota Peace Coalition (link)

The ND Peace Coalition is a multicultural, nonpartisan collective of over 650 individuals across North Dakota who are committed to working for peace, human dignity, economic and social justice, and a responsible relationship with the environment.

North Dakota Tourist Attractions (link)

Travel Guide to Odd Vacation Destinations!

North Dakota: 50 States.com (link)

State Symbols Capital Constitution Flags Maps Song

NPWRC: A Closer Look Series from North Dakota Outdoors (link)

Other miscellaneous birds.

NPWRC: Climate of North Dakota (link)

This study of the climate of North Dakota is dedicated to the approximately 200 cooperative weather observers in North Dakota.

State Historical Society of North Dakota (link)

The State Historical Society of North Dakota aims to identify, preserve, interpret, and promote the heritage of North Dakota and its people.

State Historical Society of North Dakota: Kids (link)

Stuff for Kids

Theodore Roosevelt National Park (link)

U.S. National Park Service

North Dakota State Government (link)

The official Web Site for the state of North Dakota.

North Dakota Tourism (link)

Want to know what's happening in North Dakota? You've come to the right place. Here you will find the latest news releases, newsletters, tourism updates and blogs.

North Dakota Former Governors' Mansion - North Dakota State Historic Site (link)

International Peace Garden United States and Canada (link)

See color photos of many gardens, read about the history of the Peace Garden.

Knife River Indian Villages: NHS Northern Plains Tribes page (link)

Experience the interior of a reconstruction earthlodge. Learn about the Knife River native people.

Medora (link)

Includes tourist information and pictures of the town. Links to many other historical significant sites in the area are included.

Pride of Dakota (link)

Visit the Pride of Dakota web site to learn about large and small manufactors of products in the state.


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