Learn about the daily life, the geography and the culture of the Shang Dynasty.
Learn about the life of Buddha as well as the teachings and beliefs of this major religion.
Watch PBS's Nova program design and build a Chinese bridge known only from an ancient painting. Click on China's Age of Invention to read about contributions of the Song Dynasty.
Find out about Chinese New Year, the Chinese Zodiac, and the animals.
Read about Chinese Dynasties.
Learn all about the Great Wall of China and the emperor who built it.
Take a virtual tour of China's Great Wall.
The story of one of the world's oldest and most historically important trade routes.
Photo and information about the buried warriers.
Find out about states and U.S. territories.
Scroll to the U.S. and a state to get a map and information.
Click on any state to find its facts and map.
North American Geography
Select the United States, Canada or Mexico. Then select your state or province for a closer look. Print your map!
Look at Canada’s immigrant population by province and territory.
Scroll to a country to get a map and information.
Take a virtual tour of the Library of Congress.
Learn about the Lincoln Memorial.
Take a virtual tour with the President and First Lady.
Click on each floor and room to take a tour and and learn about Mount Vernon. Read the FAQs to learn more about George Washington.
Read about the National Archives in Washington D.C.
Click on U.S. themes on the left of the screen to choose your map. Then zoom in or out to look at it.
Display maps with land forms, rivers or cities. Find maps of Canada, Mexico and the U.S.
Learn about the Smithsonian Museums
Let Spotty, the President's English Springer Spaniel, show you the White House.
Read about the Thomas Jefferson Memorial.
Find out how many immigrants came to the U.S. Be sure to check your desktop for the downloaded tables.
Scroll down to select a region of the US.
Take a journey to Yellowstone to see and hear the geysers.
Find facts and maps of each state.
Read about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Tour the White House, learn about its famous pets, or write to the President!
Go to the Learning Center for resources for teachers and students, read about the history of the White House, and take a tour of the White House with photographs and sound.
Click on any province or territory or play one of the geography games.
All the facts, plus a map and flag.
Find maps and information about the land, government and history of provinces and territories.
Click on a province or territory to find photos for projects.
See a map of provinces and read about Canada’s lakes, rivers and mountains.
Play geography games and find information about each province and territory.
See photographs of Inuit clothing, tools, community and daily life of children and teenagers.
Learn about the history, geography and daily life.
Find out about farming, government, arts, science and trade.
Click on links to Aztec life, rulers, religion, and culture on this Thinkquest site.
Try to discover why the royal Mayan city of Copan collapsed by searching for clues in an archeological activity.
Learn about the Mayan calendar, mathematics, geography, writing and astronomy.
Click on the links at the top to learn about the Mayans, their beliefs and their cities.
See if you can add using the mayan base-twenty system.
Find out about some objects created by the Mayan people.
Everything you need to know about the first team sport.
Find out about September 16th, Mexico’s Independence Day.
Traditional Storytellers Tales: Read Rabbit and Coyote Tales.
Find a map, flag and all the facts you need.
Learn about Mexico’s climate and geography.
The site provides information on Cinco de Mayo, an important Mexican celebration, along with links to other sites that tell about the holiday. It was awarded a "TimesLink" citation by the Los Angeles Times in May, 1997.
Translate words from Spanish to English and from English to Spanish.