Student Sites Peabody Elementary Teacher Sites

Social Studies Sites

We love our world.

With so much happening in the world today, we all need some practice in our social studies skills. Check out these sites.

50 States is more than just capitals and states. Each state is linked to facts about that state and has great informational links about each state.

Stay up-to-date with the ABC News for Kids!

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government is a terrific way to learn all about the way your government works.

Black History Links compiled for our use.

Kids.gov is an interagency page to give information about all the federal agencies.

KidLink Network provides interactive projects used to connect your curriculum units of study to the world. These projects can also be used for specific content objectives. Enjoy your visit, then decide if your class would like to join one of the global projects.

National Geographic for Kids is a great site to learn about the world.

Scholastic is a place for kids to go and have safe links to lots of places for education and fun.

Time for Kids is the electronic version of the magazine for children. Learn about the world you live in.

United States / States and Capitals Game is a site from Scott Foresman to help extend the knowledge of the states and their capitals.

White House for Kids is a tour of the White House for children. It is a great site!!

Want to know all the countries of the world? Check out the World Factbook. If that isn't enough, try the National Geographic site for even more information.

Xpeditions is a fantastic site to learn about geography and more.