Just another day? ... NEVER! With the Today in History app, every day is historic and epic! Today in History is a great way to get key facts about iconic global events and fun facts from across the centuries, delivered right to your mobile device. Created for history, trivia, and knowledge lovers. Get all the important events of the day or narrow your selection down to a specific category: Events, Births, Deaths, Holidays, and more.
This page at Maps.com, an online map store, has great geography games, including a U.S. Capitols map game, a geographic continent map game, various "Find It" games, jigsaws and crosswords, and many more.
Organize your information and never forget a task again. Use folders, subtasks, due-dates, priorities, tags, contexts, goals, notes, time estimates and other information to create a single place where all your to-dos are permanently stored and easily accessible. Toodledo's hotlist, email and SMS reminders, and sortable online to-do list will help you remember to complete tasks on-time.
Diigo takes social bookmarking to a whole new level. Highlight specific content on web pages, write notes, create groups to combine bookmarks with others, and access your bookmarks from mobile devices. Diigo accounts for Educators are also available.
How well do you really grasp the sizes of some objects? Universcale is an interactive animation which presents objects on a scale, from galaxies to subatomic particles.
Choose a style of chart or graph, enter your data, and ChartGizmo creates a colorful chart or graph! Embed this on your blog or web site to help your readers visualize your data.
These short videos from the History Channel contain some great information and "kids history" clips about Thanksgiving and its origins.
An introductory course that focuses on the world of transportation technology. Students will gain an understanding of how transportation technologies impact politics, the environment, society, and the economy. Students will develop a foundation in essential abilities and attitudes that will in turn expand their occupational opportunities in the world of transportation.
Scott Palmers Transportation and Energy class at North Ogden Jr High school learning how to disassemble and re-assemble small engines.