State Reports and Capitals
- Lists the fifty states and information on their locations (latitude and longitude), birds, colleges and universities, constitutions, flowers, trees.
- This experimental site by the Smithsonian Institute introduces visitors to some of the three million objects held by the National Museum of American History.
Social Studies for Kids
- Social Studies for Kids is a site with articles, subjects, and tons of links for all subjects of social studies.
Garden of Praise
- Read the life stories of famous leaders throughout history, including George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander the Great, and many more.
- The British Museum Website includes information on Egyptian life, gods and goddesses, mummification, rulers, pyramids, temples, and writing, as well as games to play.
Countries of the World
- Each Country Profile provides information on: Geography, Maps, Flag, History, Current ruler, Area, Population, Capital, Largest cities, Languages, Ethnicity/race, Religion, Literacy rate, Economy, Government.
- US map puzzle to learn the US states and capitals. Put together the states and capitals on the map of the United States. Fun and educational.