8TH GRADE MATH
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Here are some links that might help you during the year. If you discover one that has been broken, please tell me
This is an excellent site for Middle Schoolers. It has search engines and schoolwork assistance.
This is a search engine that applies an academic filter to the inquiry. It eliminates a lot of the extraneous site that are included in a google search.
This is the school website
New York Times Learning Center. Many and varied projects using current events. Changes frequently.
General History site.
Interactive math games site. Covers all areas.
Purple Math - a site for all things math
Site offers a variety of games and levels
Algebra site - has table of contents for lessons. Allows practice and check. Site covers all levels.
Math site for all grades
Publisher's website for "Ecce Romani"
Exercises for "Ecce Romani"
Wheelock Latin site - grammar practice
Latin site (St Louis University)
Social Studies textbook site.
The Encyclopedia of Ancient History
Excellent site for first person accounts of events in history.
Nice Map of the New Kingdom of Egypt
Maps of the Ancient World. Good source for 6th grade Social Studies.
This is a map of the New Kingdom of Egypt
Site all about the Etruscans
Montana History site - State of Montana
Montana State Historical Society - Need I say More
Part of the regional learning project of the University of Montana, this site has an interactive feature
BBC World News Site. This site concentrates on the European Union and those countries seeking to join.
Internet Link to the European Union. Information and interactive games and quizzes.
Interactive Map games. This is the USA site but you can link to the world too
This is a Geography quiz site. Many different areas, many different quizzes, none outstandingly hard.
Journey to a New Land is a site that has information about the peopling of the Americas. This link will take you to the Middle School Level but you can access other levels from here
This site has videos and links to other sites about pre-columbian history.
Educational resources like MECC Oregon Trail
Macintosh version of Oregon Trail (takes a long time to load)
Building the transcontinental railroad
Open source "twine" for making your own "Choose your own Adventures"
PowerPoint presentation tutorial from Microsoft
American Museum of Natural History Learning Site
World History Study games and practice quizzes
The Mysteries of Catal Hoyuk. Interactive site on what might have been one of the first cities.
Write like a Babylonian. Info on cuneiform
Biography of America
Who were the key players in American history? This chronology links events and people important to the development of the United States from explorers and native people to the present.
Site of all things governmental
Duckster Education Site - Lots of information here
Smithsonian site for kids
Learn about the Holocaust
Study Corner for the Geography Bee
Searchable educator resources from the National Museum of the American Indian