â€¢Past Magazine Articles: Google is partnering with magazine publishers and is digitalizing many magazines on line. From such magazines as New Yorker, you can type in a word in the Search function and pull up past articles. For a more global search, click â€œBrowse all issues.â€
â€¢100 Documents that Changed Our History: Our Documents explores cases, treaties, designs, and many more things that have affected our history. There are resources for teachers included.
This is the time when a lot are teaching about the Civil War. The Smithsonian has a great section on the Civil War at http://www.civilwar.si.edu/smithsonian.html.
â€¢Childrenâ€™s Literature: The Kerlan Collection at the University of Minnesota has a substantial collection of research on childrenâ€™s literature, complete with more than 100,000 books with original manuscripts from around the world.
Who said that Art teachers canâ€™t participate in technology integration? The Smithsonian’s NGA page for kids has an activity named Flow in which kids from young to old can paint on line that has multiple patterns and colors. Even if you donâ€™t teach art, this is a fun destresser when you need to take a break from the mundane. If you go back a link, you’ll also see activities such as collage machine, 3-D Twirler, and too many to mention here.