K-12 Social Studies and Social Sciences for Kids and Teachers – games, activities, learning modules,
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Mr. Donn’s Site
for Kids & Teachers
American History for Kids and Teachers Index
New World Explorers, Native Americans, 13 Colonies, American Revolution, Freedom Documents, A New Nation, Western Expansion, Slavery, American Civil War, Industrial Revolution, The Nation Grows, Progressive Era, Gilded Age, Immigration, Factories, Roaring 20s, Great Depression, US Civil Rights Movement, Patriotic Symbols, Wars, Government, Economics, and more
Ancient Civilizations for Kids and Teachers Index
Archaeology, Early Humans, Ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, China, India, Celts, Mongols, 7 Ancient Wonders More
World History for Kids and Teachers Index
Middle Ages, Vikings, Pirates, Renaissance, Exploration, Political Revolutions, Industrial Revolution, African Kingdoms, Incas, Mayas, Aztecs, Saxons, Normans and More
Social Sciences – history, geography, civics, culture, contemporary issues and problems, sociology, and psychology!
Pete’s Power Point Station
Thousands of FREE presentations
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With great excitement, we are pleased to announce
Our first feedback (Wow! Thank you!):
Your units are exactly what I had hoped for
–readable, interesting topics that fit my curriculum objectives
with lots of structured activities to bring it alive.
World History will be the class we all look forward to every day.
Mr. Donn and Maxie’s Ancient History PowerPoints Series
Written by Lin Don Donn,
illustrated by Phillip Martin, Published by Good Year Books
Our books and educational materials are available through our publisher ,
and through Amazon online Borders (Barnes and Noble) in store
Here’s our write up in the BBC Educational Web Guide!(We loved it!)
“This is an excellent resource for students and teachers of ancient history.
The site covers the civilisations of
Ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, China and others.
Amongst a wealth of information there are lesson plans,
links to related sites and to more history sites by the same author.
Though a little Americanised, this site has a lot of educational value
if you are prepared to adapt it to your curriculum needs
(and if you can ignore the jovial Americanisms!).”
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