The Pentagon. Washington, D.C. We didn't take a tour, but we drove by. It was great to finally see it after hearing about it all my life! There was some terrorist that tried to fly some explosives into it the day we were there but, of course, they caught him in time. Crazy! Virtual, Pentagon Buildings, History Sketches, Pentgon Tours, Originals Sketches, Videos Tours, July 1941, Social Study, Fields Trips
The Sun is our nearest star. Because of that, we can study it better than any other star. In the following `Trip through the Sun' you'll see flames on the Sun larger than ten earths, winds going 1000 mph, and you'll see how the earth eventually will be scorched by the dying Sun.
This two page web quest allows students to use their internet search and interpretation skills to learn more about the USA, Washington D.C. and its make-up. There are 20 questions in all. Students use the website Bens Guide to US Government to find information. Kid-friendly graphics have been added to make it more appealing to your students.