TimeMaps Atlas of World History
National Geographic Podcasts - Download the latest nature and science news, eye-opening photography, audio travel guides, classic video clips, world music coverage, and wild animal adventures with National Geographic's free podcasts
History Detectives - from PBS - play history detective games, assemble your own detective kit, discover the tools a History Detective uses for investigations
National Geographic GeoSpy Geography Game
Xpeditions Atlas "You’ve got the whole world in your hands—and nearly 600 National Geographic maps at your fingertips. Just click to a province, country, or continent; choose your settings; and print away!" (Crisp and clear, these page-size maps were designed for printing and copying.)
Google Maps - maps and satellite images
Outline Maps (in .pdf format)
Gesource - World Guide
Great Canadian Sites
Canadian Encyclopedia On-line - a great new resource made
available by HISTOR!CA
Histor!ca - English and French - dedicated to Canadian history and heritage
Teaching and Learning about Canada - Information and links dealing with Canadian Geography, History, Politics, Society, Culture and Wildlife, Time Zones, Graphs and Tables and much more.
CanadaInfo - more than 300 pages of information about Canada - its government, history, facts, people, security, geography, provinces, symbols, and more.
Canada's Treasure Trek - from TVO Kids - Search for "hidden treasure" as you learn about the provinces and territories of Canada
Canadian Confederation - from the National Library of Canada - includes primary documents such as letters and maps. (version française)
The Canadian Museum Treasure Hunt - If you are between the ages of 8 and 12, the Department of Canadian Heritage invites you to a virtual Treasure Hunt through 23 of Canada’s museums. While on the Treasure Hunt, you will discover new things about science, technology, nature, art and history. (English and French)
Prime Ministers of Canada English and French
Canadian Museum of Civilization - (version française)
Department of Canadian Heritage - English and French
Canadian Heritage Information Network -English and French
Canadian Symbols (version française)
Anne Frank Centre
The Holocaust: A Learning Site for Students. Organized by theme, this site (a section of the Holocaust Memorial Museum) uses text, historical photographs, maps, images of artifacts, and audio clips to provide an overview of the Holocaust. It is the first step in a growing resource for middle and secondary level students and teachers, with content that reflects the history as it is presented in the Museum's Permanent Exhibition, The Holocaust.