Texas Home Educators 

World History

Shakespeare: Where did that saying come from?
We had the privilege of actually going to Yad Vashem.....what an amazing experience....In case you are wondering what it is....it is the Jewish Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem.

The absolutely most amazing website for history. It has a clickable timeline for both people and events, which links you to relevant information either on the site or on other sites on the web. ~Helga

It lets you ask questions about different countries. You might want to share this with your homeschool group. ~Darlene

Age of Imperialism (Lesson Plan). The Age of Imperialism represents one chapter of An On-Line History of the United States, a new program for high school students that combines an engaging narrative with the broad resources available to students on the Internet. Teachers can use this chapter with its accompanying Internet based lesson plans in place of a standard textbook or they can use it to supplement existing social studies materials. A unit test and answer key are included. ~Donna

Lesson Plans for Teaching About the Americas. Provided by RETANET, the lesson plans were written by secondary teachers and are organized around these topics: Latin America Overview, Mexico, Indigenous Issues, African American and Carribean Issues, Immigration, Geography, and Miscellaneous Subjects. MANY LESSON PLANS! ~Donna

Alexander the Great

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Greek World Introduction

Ancient World Web

DIA:Galleries - Ancient Art

History Alive! World History Programs

Mr Donn's Ancient History Page

National Geographic

Smithsonian Institution

The History Place

Downloadable timeline

The Gateway to World History, a mega site.

I have found a very interesting website for studying countries. It brings you to a World Fact Book home page and you can pick your country of choice and find out tons of information. It is maintained (as you may note) by the CIA which makes the information (to me) that much more interesting. ~Angela

historical info on the Korean War.
Free Educational Materials are available for teaching about the Korean War, including class sets of a special 52 page issue of Cobblestone Magazine on the Korean War. Included are Historical photos from the National Archives. Since these are in class sets, you might consider ordering one for your support group library or co-op class, or at the least, sharing with other home school moms to make the most of these resources.

If interested, Request:
Educational Materials
Attn: Lt. Col. King
Korean War Commemoration Committee
1213 Jefferson Davis Highway
Crystal Gateway 4, Ste. 702
Arlington, VA 22202-4303
FAX: 703-604-0833

You can print any name in heiroglyphics here: Click on "Here's some cool Egpytian goodies" halfway down the main page, and then click on "Serge Rosmorduc's Hieroglyphic Converter."  Also note the large section of kids's stuff as a link on the main page. ~psam

The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies here's the link for kids and young adults (found under pedagogical resources)

Medieval Studies for K-12-susan

This site is all about the "Life and Times of Early Man" - fascinating: ~psam

Italian Coloring Book
If you are studying world history, this is kind of a fun approach to it.  It will give you some ideas of the timelines and what happened when inItalian history, plus it has links. ~Susan

This is really cool calendar program, you can view calendars from year 0 to 10,000 AD. Plus when you click on a particular date, it gives tons of links for information related to that date. This one could keep you busy for hours ~Susan