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World History

D-Day Webquest

Geography Games


God and Goddesses





Mayan Civilization:


Lascaux Cave Paintings Cave Paintings

Prehistoric Cave Paintings Early Humans and Cave Paintings



1. Geography

2. Timeline

3. Barley and Writing

4. Social Hierarchy: ;

5. Gods and Goddesses

   -Research three important facts about the following gods and goddesses:

A. Enki

B. Inanna/ Inana

C. Nammu

D. Utu Cuneiform Cueniform Inscriber English to Babylonian Cuneiform Cuneiform Symbols.doc

Dig Into History Interactive

Simple Machines

-Forces Lab:

-Activity -Simple Machines Games


-Code of Laws:

Each section of laws is specific to certain types of people.

Laws 1–50: merchants, farmers

Laws 51–100: farmers

Laws 101–150: merchants, wives, husbands

Laws 151–200: wives, husbands, sons, slaves, craftsmen

Laws 201–250: physicians

Laws 251–282: farmers, slaves

Hammurabi's codes versus Modern day laws  

Social Hierarchy in Sumer

ANCIENT EGYPT Ancient Egyptian Burial Practices

Egyptian Games

Ancient Tomb Adventure


Three Kingdoms

Three Kingdoms of Egypt Notes

Egypt: Geography Activity for INB

Ancient Egypt Map with pictures

Nile River





Virtual Tours

Pyramid Builder

-Egyptian Pyramids: Sensory figure with 5-10 facts

Exploring Ancient Egypt

King Tut: Your INB MUST include 10 facts.  


Egyptian Gods and Goddesses

Choose one of the important Egyptian Gods to tell: what they are worshiped for and 5 other important facts with a picture of the god/goddess in your INB.

-Among your research, you must include a picture or graphic of something related to each god and color.

Ancient Egypt--- Nobleman versus a Farmer


Olympic Games

Daily Life comparisons

Greek Clothing

Greek Vases

Greek Trading Card Project Guidelines

Greek Project Example

Greek Gods and Goddesses










Greek Philosphers

Sparta versus Athens: Women's Rights  

Ancient Greece

Athenian Government versus American Legal System

Minoan and Mycenaean Civilizations

ANCIENT ROME Roman Mathematics The civilization of Ancient Rome

Roman Architecture

The Arch

A Roman arch is a weight bearing arch built of brick, first used in antiquity, now used in construction everywhere throughout the world. Although the Romans did not invent the technique, they were the first to use it widely, and most famously in the aqueduct system. The Romans used an even number of rectangular bricks, and an odd number of trapezoidal bricks to build their arches, using a sand mixture for mortar.

Keystone and Arch Structure

Stone Arches (Interactive)

Science Energy Kids

Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Tides Seasons Science Mysteries

Egg Drop Egg Drop 2019 Guidelines - How to make a parachute.;

Forces Lab:  

WIN: Mass, Volume, and Density video

WIN: Mass versus Weight quick practice

Reflect and Rotate Game

Topic 4: Algebra: Coordinate Geometry

Is polygon ABCD a rectangle? Construct an argument to justify your answer.

CER Resource  

Energy, forces, and Motion Pre-Assessment

Density Lab

Why does Iron and Steel Rust?

Mass versus Weight

Weight and Mass



Gravity video



Mass, Weight, Volume, and Density

Word Central


Science Behind Slime

Make Slime

Time for Slime

Polymers Video

Exploring Polymers Video

Contact Solution versus Saline Solution

Elmer's Glue

Shaving Cream


Graphite versus Diamond

Graphite and Diamond Animation

Paper Airplane

  -Models and Tutorials


Roller Coaster  


  -Your Task: Calculating Energy


Research Part 1

1. Bridge Basics

2. Bridge Types

3. Forces Lab

Research Part 2 (Research, Design, and Build)

List of Famous Bridges and Forces Lab

Math Topic 4 Math and Science Project websites: Seismology Plotting Earthquake Epicenters Pacific Northwest Seismic Network Texas Seismological Network Earthquake Catalog
Plotting Numbers on a Coordinate Plane to create a picture

Math Resources

Khan Academy

Pearson Realize

First In Math

Learn Zillion

Common Core Sheets for Parents Absolute Value Game Absolute Value PBS Video

Slope Intercept: The graph of a linear function is a straight line. Although the graphs are all straight lines, the slant or steepness of the lines vary from graph to graph. The slant or steepness of a straight line is referred to as the slope of the line. (

m= y/x ---> change in y/change in x ---> rise/run

Slope defined (videos)

- "Rate of Change":

Topic 4: Algebra: Coordinate Geometry

Is polygon ABCD a rectangle? Construct an argument to justify your answer.

CER Resource  

Math Games

Simplifying Fractions

Answer Garden

Math Riddles

Mean Absolute Deviation (MAD)

Interquartile Range (IQR)

How do you find the IQR?

-We can find the interquartile range or IQR in four simple steps:

  1. Order the data from least to greatest.

  2. Find the median.

  3. Calculate the median of both the lower and upper half of the data.

  4. The IQR is the difference between the upper and lower medians.


      1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

      2. Median of the data set: 5

      3. A. 2 3 4 is the lower half of the data- below the median of the entire data set.

          - Median of the lower data: 3

           B. 6 7 8 is the upper half of the data- above the median of the entire data set.

          - Median of thr upper data: 7

       4. IQR: 7-3: 4

Additional Websites Day of the Dead

Hour of Code


Crash Course

Mr. Doob

Answer Garden



DOK (Depth of Knowledge) Wheel

DOK Wheel  

WIN (2017)

Mean, Median, Mode

Make and Interpret Histograms

Make and Interpret Box Plots

WIN notes

Understanding Histograms

Box and Whisker Plots

Math Brain Teasers


Worksheet Answers

Science Mysteries


Exploring Auschwitz  

Mining for Minerals



Bridges--- PBS:

-Forces Lab:

-Building Bridges (simulations):

Search Engine

Word Problems

Brain Teasers, Riddles, and More


Math teasers

Atoms, Elements, Minerals, Rocks

volcanoes, earthquake aftermath, natural resource maps, hydrothermal vents


Grocery Circulars

Genetic Mutations

Current Event sites

Hour of Code

Analog and Digital Signals  

Physics-Waves-Analog and Digital Signals

Analog and Digital Interactive

Electromagnetic Spectrum  

Radio Waves


Caribbean Map

Day of the Dead Masks

Science Simulations  

Explore Learning Science

Why do fish grow larger in a larger pond than they do in a smaller pond?  

Thanksgiving: Historian Interactive

Thanksgiving Misconceptions

Thanksgiving Around the World links- Websites

  • Place finished information, or information to be checked, on Google Classroom: Christianna Closson 2014-2015

Ecosystem Websites- Websites

Current Events-

Chapter 7, lesson 3 Science: Fossils- Websites