Try these links to different social studies materials
Learn about the various periods of United States History through music, recipes, film, artifacts and more. Great for all ages and interests about the United States of America
This collection of resources provides accurate and authentic educational materials in the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the American Indian nations of Wisconsin.
A variety of social studies topics for kids of all ages from history to economics to geography, current events and more!
From the constitutional conflicts of the Civil War to the vision and ambition of Alexander Hamilton, there’s plenty to learn right from your home!
More than 12 million immigrants made their first stop in America at the Ellis Island Immigration Station between 1892 and 1954. Follow in the immigrants' footsteps by taking this tour.
Take a virtual walk around the White House, both the home of the President of the United States and his family, and a museum of American history.
Learn about agriculture from all 50 states. Take a virtual tour of different types of farms.
Play through different parts of the world while you try to guess where you are.
Learn how things are made, and how animals are raised.
Learn about the lives of famous people from Wisconsin
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor (the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court) founded iCivics with the goal of transforming civic education for every student in America with innovative, truly engaging games and resources.
Click on the images on the map to see city skylines from all over the world.
An easy to understand link about the United States Constitution, The Bill of Rights and the Amendments. Link includes fun quizzes and games
Be the detective! Unravel the clues and think like a historian to find the real stories behind mysterious Wisconsin history artifacts.
Free interactive map puzzles to learn continents, countries, states, capitals, borders, physical features and cultural monuments.
Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government, a service of the Government Publishing Office (GPO), is designed to inform students, parents, and educators about the Federal Government.
Over 7,000 free videos for 13 subjects. Great for older kids
Overview of the three branches of government, along with links to games, puzzles and more.
Teaching children about equity, social justice, social emotional learning and more.
Games For Change curates digital and non-digital games that engage contemporary social issues in a meaningful way.
Go beyond Wisconsin and learn about Native American Tribes from the entire Great Lakes Area.