VERSAILLES MIDDLE SCHOOL
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VERSAILLES MIDDLE SCHOOL
Mrs. Goubeaux's Links


GENERAL
1. Virtual dice

2. Paper Slides

3. Wonderopolis (#29: Fog, #321: Great Lakes, #308: Ramadan, #223: Lewis and Clark, #214: Cinco de Mayo, #212: Teaching Career, #207: Jobs, #198: Earthquakes, #194: Taxes, #187: Fountain of Youth, #165: St. Patrick's Day, #160:Tsunami, #141: President's Day, #137 RAK, #122: Puxsatawney Phil, #121: Time Zones, #106: MLK Jr., #90: New Year's Resolutions, #86: Almanc, #84 Boxing Day, #78 Winter Holidays, #55: How Maps Are Made, #53: Why Do We Eat Turkey on Thanksgiving, #45: What Is A Totem Pole, #39: Veteran's Day, #30: Political Parties, #24: Where did the French Fry Come From, #477 Igloos,

4. Flocabulary

5. Postcard Creator
SOUTH AMERICA MAP PRACTICE
1. List of French place names by state

2. Alphabetical list of Spanish place names


GEOGRAPHY
1. Look at different types of maps

2. The Great Lakes

3. Match the continents

4. Physical Features of the US Match Game

SOUTH AMERICA MAP PRACTICE
1. 1st Practice

2. 2nd Practice

3. 3rd Practice

LEARN THE STATES

Shows on which try you got the state right. Time that you finished in. Gives you a state name and you have to click on the state on a map.

Different levels of difficulty to choose from. Drag the state to the map.

Drag the state to the correct place on a blank map. Different levels of difficulty

Gives you a state name and you have to click on that state on a map

Click on the state and see the physical features at the same time.



OTHER MAP GAMES

ECONOMICS
1. Circle Grapher

2. Working in the 21st century graph

3. Doritos Flavors

4. Winner of Doritos Superbowl commercial contest to win $1 million

5. Circle Graph Practice

6. Money Metropolis

GOVERNMENT
1. Types of Government
2. Types of Government
3. Types of Government

NATIVE AMERICANS: general
1. Great Resource for ALL Regions
 
2. GREAT WEBSITE FOR DIFFERENT REGIONS...California, Northeast, Southeast, Plains, Southwest, Northwest, Arctic,

3. Map of tribes within each of the different regions; Click below the map where it says: "Discover more about the major Indian tribes..." in red to find more information



4. Map of all regions with info at bottom

5. Arctic, Northeast, Northwest, Plains, Southeast and Southwest

6. All regions




SUBARCTIC Indians

1. Online Encyclopedia

ARCTIC
1. Transportation and Geography

PLATEAU
1. Food, homes, artifacts


IROQUOIS
1. What did the men, women, and children do?

2. Homes

3. Clothing (Need to scroll down)

4. Food, jobs, and wampum beads

5. Location (early on and today), read "Types" for a description of clothing

6. Homes, clothing, food, and importance of wampum

7. Iroquois Indian Museum: LOTS of topics

8. general info

ALGONQUIN
1. shamans, jobs, location

2. children past and present, men and women, homes, clothing, food, and LOTS more

3. location

4. Algonquin color words
 
 
NEZ PERCE
1. food, clothing, artifacts

 
SHOESHONE
1. Homes, Clothing
 
2. Clothing, food, artifacts

 
CHIPPEWA
1. food

2. clans and marriage, winter/summer camps, government

3. kids

4. transportation

5. homes

6. hunting

7. picture language

8. games

8. religion and dream catchers

 CALIFORNIA
1. Food, climate, things they made

CHEROKEE
1. location, kids, men and women, homes, transportation, food

2. 7 different ceremonies celebrated

3. Food, location

4. Food and clothing

5. Government and fighting

6. homes

7. men and woment

8. clans and marriage

9. inventions, arts, and crafts

10. religion and festivals

11. Trail of Tears

12. Cherokee Pow Wow

13. general info

CREE
1. Homes, clothing, transportation, food
 
 
TLINGLIT
1. Homes, clothing, children, men, and women
 
2. Homes, climate, environment
 
 
 
SEMINOLE
1. location

2. food

3. homes and villages

4. kids and toys

5. clans and marriage

6. religion and festivals

7. transportation

INUIT
1. religion, daily life, hunting and gathering

2.  General Info
 
3. Food
 
4. Homes and Clothing
 
5. Artifacts and food

HOPI
1. food, clothing, homes, men and women, kids, crafts, and festivals

APACHE
1. food and clothing

2. men, women, kids, and government

3. homes

4. religion and dances

5. transportation

6. general info

NAVAJO
1. food and slothing

2. families, men and women

3. religion, marriage and ceremonies

4. crafts

KWAKIUTL
1. homes and mats

2. men and women, jobs, food, imprtance of cedar trees

3. government

4. hunting and fishing

5. festivals and potlatches

6. crafts

9. food

10. wealth and trade

11. clans and marriage

MAYA
1. TONS of information

INCA
1. Geography

2. Early Tribes

3. Myth of how the tribe started

4. Scroll down to where it says "The Year is 1430"

5. Government

6. Sapa Inca

7. Crime and Punishment

8. Cuzco, the capital city

9. Clothing and Hairstyles

10. Food, education, marriage, and children

11. Farmers and other jobs

12. What llamas are and why they were important (Skip the legend)

13. Religous beliefs

14. Houses

15. How the empire grew

16. Accomplishments

17. Machu Picchu

18. How did the Inca empire die?

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