Environmental IssuesGoogle Custom Search: Use this custom, google search engine when looking for all things related to the environment.
Time for Kids: Environment
Natural Resource Defense Council
Newsela: Before checking out this website - ask your teacher if she has created a username/password for your class!
Climate Kids: This child friendly site answers big questions related to climate change, features people involved in "green careers," and provides games, activities and videos.
Coral Restoration Foundation: Find out more about coral restoration projects that extend the mission of Ken Nedimyer, whose work is highlighted in Kate Messner's The Brilliant Deep: Rebuilding the World's Coral Reef.
National Park Service: Climate Change: Photos and videos demonstrate the effects of sea level rise, glacial change, and ocean acidification on our national parks.
U.S. Global Change Research Program: Provides information about climate change - what it is, why it's happening and it's impact on society.
New York Historical Society Civil War Pictures
Historical Scene Investigation: Find out what it was like for the first African American students to attend school with white children in Sturgis, Kentucky.
It's No Laughing Matter: Analyze the ways in which these political cartoons depict the civil rights movement from the cartoonists perspective. An interesting and interactive way to analyze primary sources!
Smithsonian History Explorer: This website will allow you to search for almost any type of primary source as well as provide lessons for teachers about how to use primary sources. A varied resource for all audiences.
The National Archives Experience: Here, you can analyze primary sources, collect primary sources, make your own posters using primary sources, and even play a pathways game using primary sources.
March 7, 1965: This website chronicles the journey that 600 people made from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery through primary sources.
The Civil Rights Era: Photographs that depict this tumultuous time in American history.
Photographs of Signs Enforcing Racial Discrimination: Photographs show the viewer various pictures that demonstrated the public discrimination against African Americans.