The following are links to various resources of the places that we visit!
Quick Guide to the Constitution: Constitution Guide
Here’s a link to Congressman Upton’s website.
It’s always good to know about your representative and study a bit in order to come up with some good questions for your Congressman when we visit him in Washington DC.
History From the Source: Here’s is a website of “History” that we’ve found that links to a variety of “original source” material, provides detailed lesson plans, and covers a wide range of American history topics and eras. We’ve linked to a specific page about Gettysburg, but you can follow the links on the left column to just about any topic you like: http://www.ushistorysite.com/gettysburg.php
A Library, A True National Treasure
We’re featuring the Library of Congress web link that is your portal to an absolutely outstanding (and enormous) amount of historical, literary, and cultural resources that can be used, by the creative teacher and student, to know, learn and understand…
Follow this link to unlock the treasure that is the Library of Congress: http://www.loc.gov/index.html