Social Studies

Airpano

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Have you ever wished you could take your students on a tour of some far away place? With Airpano, you can tour, drone style, 360-degree views of over 2,000 places all over the world for free. For all grade levels. 

ClassTools

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ClassTools is a collection of interactives based mostly on extension of lessons taught. Make-it-yourself activities of all sorts such as timelines, diagrams, fakebooks for historical figures, to treasure hunts based on google maps, there are many playful activities and games to extend learning on lessons already taught. For all grade levels.

Time toast

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Timetoast allows users to build timelines with photos and blurbs describing events in chronological order. There is a database of other timelines created and posted by users. One caveat, the site does not offer the ability to create timelines without creating an account so teachers will need to make one account for their classes to use. For all grade levels.

Annenberg Learner: teacher resources and PD across the curriculum

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The Annenberg Learner site is a collection of over 400 resources ranging from lesson plans, videos, professional development opportunities to online interactives for students and teachers alike. The inventory can be filtered by grade level, K-12, and subject: math, science, social studies, language arts/literature, arts, and foreign language. The lesson plans are not overly detailed and are standards-based. For all grade levels. 

National Geographic: Agriculture

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National Geographic's education website is a varied resource offering detailed lesson plans, teacher guides, videos, interactive globe, a map building feature online and downloadable, and much more. The resources range from Pre-K to post-secondary content. All of it is also a free resource. For all grade levels. 

My American Farm

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My American Farm is a web resource designed to educate students on agricultural awareness, where food comes from and how it gets to their plates. There are free games and educational resources such as lesson plans, videos, and activity sheets. The games are interactive with mini video lessons embedded in some. The content range is K-12 and can be filtered to narrow your search.  For all grade levels. 

Potlatch High School History Teacher with Document Camera

This high school history teacher uses an iPevo document camera to improve the teaching of history.

StoryJumper

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StoryJumper is a creativity tool for students to publish and read stories.  Create a free teacher account and add and manage student accounts.  Create lessons, comment on student creations, and create class collections.  Share with parents by emailing a home access code or printing. For grades K to 8. 

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