This entertaining and fun website was created by the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Continue reading
The Library of Congress is the biggest library in the world, and it welcomes anyone to its website, including children, teens and adults. Books are not the only resource available through the library.
This website for the History Channel features resources for learners of all ages.
Learn and explore four different ancient civilizations including the Mayas while visiting this fun, interactive site. Continue reading
This section of PBS Newshour, explains in depth the history and origins of how Labor Day came to be.
The Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University developed this fantastic site, which features animated illustrations and important facts about Egypt, Greece, Rome, Africa, the Ancient Americas and the Near East. Learn more about these cultures through puzzles and interactive games. Continue reading
Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government for Kids is a superb website that teaches kids about U.S history and government. Continue reading
Explore a wide selection of historical games and activities through the BBC’s History for Kids. It will allow you to travel back in time and learn all about ancient, world and British history. Play games, take quizzes and view animations to help make history come alive. Continue reading
This online exhibit from the Illinois State Museum in Springfield, IL is designed to teach children about life from the 1700s through the present. Continue reading
Greg Nussbaum has developed this excellent site that covers a wide variety of topics including history. Continue reading