Monthly Archives: April 2020

Early Modern World Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting.

The Supporting Links for Early Modern World are divided into three sections pertaining to the prepared learning environment, links for general use throughout the course, and links that support learning tasks on individual task cards.

Modern World Prepared Environment:

Colonial Tricorn Hat

Revolutionary War Playset

Revolutionary War Hate and Playset

American Revolution Chess Set

Historic Puzzles

Civil War Playset

Confederate Soldier Playset

Union Army Playset

Blue and Gray Army Hats

Wild West Playset

Covered Wagon Set

Fool’s Dig Kit

Lewis and Clark Discoveries Puzzle

Links for General Use Throughout the Course:

Blackline Maps to Print

Timeline Generator

Links for individual task cards:

1

Search for the Northwest Passage

Conquistadors and Pirates

Samuel Champlain

Henry Hudson

Early North American Settlements

2

Elizabethan England

Wiliam Shakespeare 

Elizabeth I

3

Elizabethan England

Sir Francis Drake

Mary Queen of Scots

4

The English Civil War

5

The Thirty Years’ War

W.A. Mozart

Schonnbrunn Palace Virtual Tour

6
William and Mary

17th century Dutch achievements and art

7

Zen Buddhism

8

Ch’ing Dynasty and Chinese Culture

9

Taj Mahal

10

American Pilgrims

Plymouth Colony

First Thanksgiving

11

Dutch Merchants

Peter Stuyvesant

12

King Philip’s War

Metacom

13

The Slave Trade

Slave Ships

Southern Plantations

14

The Palace at Versailles

King Louis XIV

15

Peter the Great

Catherine the Great

Frederick the Great

16

French and Indian War

17

Captain Cook

18

Isaac Newton

Galileo Galilei

19

Scientific Farming

20

The Enlightenment

21

The American Revolution

Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Paine’s Common SenseThomas Paine’s Common Sense

The Declaration of Independence

22

The U.S. Constitution

George Washington

Mount Vernon Virtual Tour

23

French Revolution and the Reign of Terror

Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette

24

Napoleonic Wars

Napoleon Bonaparte

25

Industrial Revolution

26

See General Links Above

27

Simon Bolivar

28

Zulu War

Boer Wars

David Livingstone

29

Robert Clive

30

Crimean War

Florence Nightingale

31

Manifest Destiny

Western Expansion in the US

Lewis and Clark

Trail of Tears

32

Abolition

Harriet Tubman

William Wilberforce

33

American Civil War

Abraham Lincoln

Gettysburg Address

Reconstruction

Medieval World Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting.

The Supporting Links for the Medieval World Task Card Set are divided into three sections pertaining to the prepared learning environment, links for general use throughout the course, and links that support learning tasks on individual task cards.

Medieval World Prepared Environment:

Knight and Castle Set with Catapult

Tub of Knights

Medieval Knight Play Armor

Wood Castle Building Set

Castle Model Kit

Medieval Cathedral Paper Building Set

Cathedral Facebook Page

Medieval Town Paper Building Set

Da Vinci Ship Toy with Canon

Da Vinci Paddle Boat

Princes of the Renaissance Game

Robin Hood Hat

Renaissance Art Card Game

Links for General Use Throughout the Course:

Blackline Maps to Print

Timeline Generator

Middle Ages for Kids (Recommended for Grades K-3)

Middle Ages for Students (Recommended for Grades 4-8)

Renaissance for Kids (Recommended for Grades K-3)

Renaissance for Students (Recommended for Grades 4-8) 

Khan Academy Intro to the Middle Ages

Art from the Middle Ages

List of movies to stream set in the Medieval Period

Medieval Music

360 Degree Tours of Medieval Towns and Castles

Medieval City

Links for Individual Task Cards:

1

Constantine (scroll)

2

Augustine
3

The Byzantine Empire

Justinian (scroll)

Icons

4

Muhammad and the Koran (recommended Grades K-3)

Muhammad and the Koran (recommended Grades 4-8)

5

Arabic numbers

6

See General Links Above

7

Stone heads on Easter Island

8

The Dynasties of China

Art and Architecture of the Ming Dynasty

9

Yamoto Dynasty of Japan

Land of the Samurai

10

Charlemagne

Crowning of Charlemagne

11

The Holy Roman Empire

The Habsburgs

Crown Project

12

Vikings

Eric the Red

Leif Ericson

13

Anglo Saxon England

Bayeux Tapestry

14

The Crusades

15

The Feudal System

Knights and Chivalry

Knights Armor

Pictures of weapons and armor

16

Medieval Castles, Daily Life, and More

17

Monasteries and Monks

18

Mongol Invaders and Genghis Khan

Marco Polo

19

The Plague

Robin Hood Movie Options

20

Burgundy 

21

The Hundred Years’ War

Henry V

Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc)

22

The Wars of the Roses

Pictures of red and white roses

23

The Ottomon Empire

Suleiman

Public Bath

24

Count Dracula of Transylvania

25

Cathedral of the Annunciation

26

Ferdinand and Isabella

27

Moghul Dynasty

Akbar the Great

28

Christopher Columbus

Explorers

29

North American Indians and Artifacts 

30

Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas

31

Reformation

Counter Reformation

Martin Luther and 95 Theses

Henry VII

32

Renaissance Art

Leonardo da Vinci

Michelangelo

33

German or Italian Renaissance Feast

Ancient World Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research when print materials aren’t available and for further exploration of a topic. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator. These sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press, so please let us know if you find broken links.

The Supporting Links for the Ancient World Task Card Set are divided into three sections pertaining to the prepared learning environment, links for general use throughout the course, and links that support learning tasks on individual task cards.

Ancient World Prepared Environment:

Ancient Egypt Toys

Ancient Egyptian Dig Kit

Ancient Egypt Activities

Ancient Greece and Rome Toys and Activities

Ancient China Puzzle

Ancient Galilee Toys

Kings of Israel Board Game

More Ancient Rome Toys and Activities

Ancient World General Links:

Blackline Maps to Print

Timeline Generator

Eyewitness Accounts from the Ancient World

Ancient World Links by Task Card:

1 –

Archaeology

Archaeology Video

2-

Creation Stories

Six Days of Creation Storyboard

Flood Stories for Kids

3-

Hunters and Gatherers, Nomads, Cave Dwellers

Cave Paintings

4 –

Mesopotamia Video

Mesopotamia

Cuneiform

5 –

Daily Life in Sumer

Sargon of Akkad

6 –

Gifts of  the Nile

Ancient Egyptian Diet

Ancient Egyptian Food

Ancient Egypt Learning Materials

Ancient Egypt Projects

Ancient Monuments in Egypt

8 –

Indus Valley seal

9

Stonehenge Virtual Tour

10

Minoan Art

King Minos

Minotaur

11

Mycenaen Art

Trojan Horse

12 –

Babylon

King Hammurabi

13 –

Shuppiluliuma

14 –

Egyptian gods

Hieroglyph Chart

Hieroglyphs

King Tut Exhibit

Egyptian Pyriamids

15 –

Canaan

16 –

Sea Peoples

17 –

The Ten Plagues.

18 –

Israel

Daily Life in Ancient Israel

Solomon’s temple

19 –

Phoenicians

20 –

Daily Life in Assyria

Story of Gilgamesh

21 –

Babylonian Empire and King Nebuchadnezzar

22 –

Medes and Persians

King Darius

23  –

Ancient China

Confucius

Ancient Chinese Calligraphy

24 –

Ancient Africa

25 –

Ancient India

Siddhartha

26 –

Ancient Greece

Sparta

Athens

Plato, Socrates, Pythagoras, Herodotus

Ancient Greek Household

Ancient Greek foods

27 –

Greek Gods

Pelopponnesian War

Homer

Alexander the Great

The Illiad

The Odyssey

Ancient Greek Pancakes

29 –

Ancient American

30 –

Ancient Celts

31 –

Ancient Rome

Julius Caesar

Roman weapons

Vindolanda

Ancient Rome Video

32 –

Roman Gods

Daily Roman Life

Roman Colosseum Virtual Walk

Virtual Walk in Ancient Pompeii

33 –

Early Christianity

The Fall of Rome

Legacy of Rome

34

Roman Feast

Roman Foods

Geography and Culture Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research when print materials aren’t available and for further exploration of a topic. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator. These sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press, so please let us know if you find broken links.

The supporting links for the Geography and Culture Task Card Set are divided by general links, which may be used throughout the course or as resources for the prepared environment, and links which are specific to individual task cards.

General Geography and Culture Supporting Links for Research and Exploration: 

Geography Worksheets

National Geographic Geography Resources

Map Skills for Elementary

Latitude and Longitude

Resource for Variety of Maps

World Atlas

Montessori Land and Water Forms

Resources for Students Grades 6 +

Virtual Field Trips

More Virtual Field Trips

Kids’ Video Diaries About Life During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Continents

The United States (online map activities)

Montessori Printables

Montessori Animals and Continents

Animals Around the World

Christmas Around the World

Geography and Culture Prepared Environment 

Montessori Geography Folders

Continent Boxes

World Export Maps

Montessori Continent Map Work

Montessori Continent Cards and More

Geographical Features

Landforms

Games Around the World

Flags of the World 

Printable Passport 

Geographical Stories

Task Card 1

Cartography

maps

map legend

true size maps

Task Card 2

Continents and Oceans

Seven Wonders of the World

Task Card 3
See General Links Above

Task Card 4

Climate

Habitat

Task Card 5

World Religions

Task Card 6

North America Physical Geography

Task Card 7

Hawaii

Alaska

Task Card 8

New England States

Task Card 9

Mid Atlantic States

Task Card 10

Southern States

Task Card 11

Midwestern States

Mississippi River System

The Great Lakes

Task Card 12

The Great Plains States

Task Card 13

Mountain States

Task Card 14

Southwestern States

Task Card 15

Pacific States

Task Card 16 and 17

State Maps

Task Card 18

Canada

Canadian Maps

Task Card 19

Mexico

Task Card 20

South America  *Starts with Brazil. Use search feature for other countries.

Amazon River

Task Card 21 

Europe *Stats with United Kingdom. Use search feature for other countries.

Maps of Europe

London Virtual Field Trip

Amsterdam Walking Tour (links to other European Cities nearby)

Task Card 22

Asia*Starts with Japan. Use search feature for other countries.

Task Card 23

Africa *Starts with South Africa. Use search feature for other countries.

Task Card 24

Australia

Task Card 25

Antarctica

Penguins

Around the World Celebration