Student Resources

Student resources are interactive activities collected from around the Web. They can be used to support related lesson plans or as standalone activities in the classroom. Browse our library of student resources by grade level or subject area below.

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Art & Culture

Norman Rockwell and Freedom of Speech

This lesson plan highlights the importance of First Amendment rights by examining Norman Rockwell’s painting of The Four Freedoms. Students discover the First Amendment in action as they explore their own community and country through newspapers, art, and role playing.

History & Social Studies
North Africa and Southern Europe Map

North Africa and Southern Europe Map

With this interactive map, students learning about World War II can trace the progress of the Allied troops in North Africa and Southern Europe.

History & Social Studies
On the Eve of War: Civil War Commanders

On the Eve of War: Civil War Commanders

An interactive that introduces the principal generals on both sides of the American Civil War. Accompanies Lesson Plan 1 of the EDSITEment curriculum unit: The American Civil War: A "Terrible Swift Sword."

History & Social Studies

On the Road with Marco Polo: Brochure Press

Brochure Press. Use this tool to create a brochure.

History & Social Studies
On the Road: The Travels of Marco Polo

On the Road: The Travels of Marco Polo

Are you ready for an “EDSITEing” journey with Marco Polo? If you've studied the material on Marco Polo, this adventure should be a breeze! A route and timeline for Marco Polo's travels to and from China. In conjunction with the curriculum unit: On the Road with Marco Polo