Ben G. Thomas

Link to Resource:

Resource Type:

Video library

Creator

YouTube
Suitable for students with special needs

Versions:

free_ads

Registration:

No registration, none

Grade Levels:

1, 10, 11, 12, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Elementary, High School, Kindergarten, Middle school

Subject Areas:

Biology, History, Natural Sciences, Science, Social Sciences, Social Studies

Ratings Summary:

5.0
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Excellent100%
Very good0%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Rate This Resource:


Ben G. Thomas’ YouTube channel makes educational videos about life and science, focusing on prehistoric biology and paleontology. The “7 Days of Science” series of videos features weekly news updates on new scientific discoveries, publications and events.

Voices of the Past – Primary Sources

Link to Resource:

Resource Type:

Video library

Creator

YouTube
Suitable for students with special needs

Versions:

free_ads

Registration:

No registration, none

Grade Levels:

10, 11, 12, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, High School, Middle school

Subject Areas:

History, Social Sciences, Social Studies, Sociology

Ratings Summary:

0.0
Rated 0.0 out of 5
Excellent0%
Very good0%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Rate This Resource:


Voices of the Past is a YouTube Channel that teaches history through the written accounts of the very people who lived through it. Join the host, David, as he introduces the stories of both the great figures of history and the lesser known witnesses of great events; not through the analysis of modern historians, but through the words written and the speeches spoken by these figures themselves – in their words and through their eyes.

DocsTeach

Link to Resource:

Resource Type:

Interactive lessons

Creator

DocsTeach
No content specifically designed for students with special needs

Versions:

free_no_ads

Registration:

optional

Grade Levels:

10, 11, 12, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Elementary, High School, Middle school

Subject Areas:

History, Social Sciences, Social Studies

Ratings Summary:

0.0
Rated 0.0 out of 5
Excellent0%
Very good0%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Rate This Resource:


DocsTeach is a website that allows teachers, students, and history explorers to access thousands of primary sources such as letters, photographs, speeches, posters, maps, videos, and other document types that were created throughout the course of American History. In addition to enabling access to these resources, this website offers document-based activities for learners created by both the National Archives and teachers around the world, as well as the tools for the user to create their own document based activities.

Topmarks

Link to Resource:

Resource Type:

Learning games

Creator

Topmarks Online Ltd.
No content specifically designed for students with special needs

Versions:

free_ads

Registration:

No registration

Grade Levels:

Elementary, High School, Middle school

Subject Areas:

Algebra, Art, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, ELA, Geography, Geometry, Health, Health Education, History, Humanities, Languages, Literacy, Mathematics, Mathematics, Music, Natural Sciences, Physical Education, Science, Social Sciences, Social Studies

Ratings Summary:

0.0
Rated 0.0 out of 5
Excellent0%
Very good0%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Rate This Resource:


Topmarks is an educational website for children, teaching professionals and parents that provides free learning games and activities. It is curated to be safe for children to explore on their own.

Visualizing Emancipation

Link to Resource:

Resource Type:

Interactive lesson

Creator

No content specifically designed for students with special needs

Versions:

free_no_ads

Registration:

No registration

Grade Levels:

4, Elementary, High School, Middle school

Subject Areas:

Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Social Sciences

Ratings Summary:

0.0
Rated 0.0 out of 5
Excellent0%
Very good0%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Rate This Resource:


Visualizing Emancipation is a map of slavery’s end during the American Civil War. It finds patterns in the collapse of southern slavery, mapping the interactions between federal policies, armies in the field, and the actions of enslaved men and women on countless farms and city blocks. It encourages scholars, students, and the public to examine the wartime end of slavery in place, allowing a rigorously geographic perspective on emancipation in the United States.