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    Infographic: How a Bill Becomes a Law | KIDS DISCOVER

    Infographic: How a Bill Becomes a Law - KIDS DISCOVER

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    Constitute

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    Blog post about teaching the research common core standards through Social Studies. Includes FREE resources! by One Stop Teacher Shop.

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    Home | Center For Digital Democracy

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    Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project -- International public opinion polls, data and commentaries

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    Nebraska - 2012 - Data Snapshot

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    Khan Academy

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    World Factbook

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    #Pearl #Harbor #Photos - Historical overview and special #image selection on the Pearl Harbor raid #japan #history #attack #navy

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    #Library of #Congress offers #classroom #materials to help #teachers effectively use #primary #sources from the Library's vast #digital #collections.

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    Lesson Plan: The Great Gatsby: Primary Sources from the Roaring Twenties | Library of Congress #roaringtwenties #1920s #greatgatsby #lessonplan #activity

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    Underground Railroad - Teacher's Guide #undergroundrailroad #teacher #guide #lessonplan #harriettubman #slavery #history #africanamerican

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    Women's History Resources #women #history #lessonplans #guides #righttovote #arts

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    Smithsonian's History Explorer - Learning activities that feature artifacts selected from over 3 million items in the collections #artifacts #collections #teachers #history #smithsonian

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    Find out more about the areas you hear in the news from the Library of Congress. #currentevents #news #countries #libraryofcongress #maps

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    Flags of the World - Shows each country's flag; also find interesting facts about each country. #flags #world #country #facts #CIA

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    My Wonderful World: Learn about the continents #continent #world #mywonderfulworld #smithsonian #collections

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    African American World - Match African American heroes with the events that made them famous. #africanamerican #heroes #history #PBSKids #kids

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    Peace Corps Challenge - Game that gives you the opportunity to work in the fictional village of Wanzuzu as a Peace Corps Volunteer. (Flash required) #peacecorps #challenge #game #culture #village #kids

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    Hispanic Heritage Month Teaching Resources from The Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies #history #hispanic #heritage #latino #culture

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    Culture Quest Game from the National Museum of American Indian - Collections representing the Native peoples of the Americas from their earliest history to the present day. (Flash required) #game #online #nativeamericans #culturequest #infinityofnations #art #artifacts #collections #americanindian

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    Country Fact Sheets from the State Department - Find information about every country; including facts about the land, people, history and more. #country #data #facts #list #history #government #embassies

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    Government State Websites for Kids #Kidsgov #state #government #websites #local

    State Websites for Kids | Grades K - 5 | Kids.gov

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    Easy explanation of how a bill becomes a law #government #law #howalawispassed #howabillbecomesalaw #imjustabill #houseofrepresentatives

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    State Facts for from US Census Bureau #state #data #numbers #facts #census #population #averageage

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