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National Geographic Xpeditions' Atlas Page with tons of printable maps
Make your own flashcards to study for quizzes and tests
National Geographic Games
Super fun games that also happen to be related to Social Studies!
Lenape Village at Waterloo Village
Learn about the Lenape people
Our State Dinosaur
"Finding the World's First Dinosaur Skeleton--Hadrosaurus foulkii"
Our State Dinosaur 2
Thomas Edison Info
Timeline, biography about Thomas Edison
Electronic New Jersey
A Digital Archive of New Jersey History
Historical Sites in NJ
List of historical sites in NJ (alphabetical by town)
Things to Do.com
State history, timeline, regions, recreation, events, facts, and more
Puzzled States Game
Scholastic game--match states to locations on map (you may want to turn the volume off after a while)
Geography games from FamilyGames.com
Games, quizzes, facts, and more
The History of New Jersey Website
A list of municipalities, by county, and list their historical achievements
Practice labeling different items such (Earth's layers, parts of a flower, parts of a fish, etc.)
The Basics of Electricity Video
Watch this video to learn how electricity works!
Read this energyKIDS article to learn more about the basics of electricity
Article and Links
Electricity Article 2
More great articles and resources about electricity
Do it Yourself Experiments:
Try out this experiment with static electricity at home
Help put the skeletal system of Mr. Bones back together!
All Systems Go!
Use your knowledge of the body systems to help put the man's organs back in place. You must find all of the organs in the system before moving on to the next system
do not click the "Done" button!
Last Modified on March 22, 2012
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