- Ancient Greece
This teacher-site developed by Snaith Primary School has an absolutely facinating exploration of diverse prespectives. It presents the life of the Spartans and the Life of the Athenians from the eyes of characters representing both men, women and children from each civilization.
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- BBC - History - Mummy Maker
Enter the embalmer's workshop, where you are to prepare the body of Ramose, officer to the king, for burial. The chief embalmer, Kha, is watching your work closely.Great fun. Kids will love it.
- World History
HyperHistoryHyperHistory is an expanding scientific project presenting 3,000 years of world history with an interactive combination of synchronoptic lifelines, timelines, and maps. A display from the simple to the more complex. The graphics in the Center Panel provide a first quick overview of general information linked to short texts in the right Text Panel.More comprehensive information is provided at the bottom of the text files with www links.
World History : HyperHistory Online navigates through 3 000 years of World History with links to important persons of world historical importance; civilization timelines; events and facts; and historical maps
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- A Virtual Tour of Cave Paintings
To augment the study of ancient civilizations, this site presents examples of cave art in a simple, organized manner with limited, but adequate text to read. Recommended by Lori Hintzsche
This site was developed by Snaith Primary School. It provides information and activities related to the Aztecs and is available in Spanish and English See other historical links
ICT and the Internet : resources related to curriculum for children at key stage 2.
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The British Museum Interactive site recommended by Monica Dobre
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Unraveling Ancient MysteriesFor a scientific study of volcanoes or a study of Pompeii in Ancient Rome, this site is excellent. It is exceptionally well organized, with numerous hyperlinks that allow students to delve for more specific information. Many illustrations are animated, supporting an understanding of the text and also creating a high level of interest. The text is straight forward and uncomplicated. Recommeneded by Lori Hintzsche
- Teaching the Middle East: A Resource for Educators
Scholars from the University of Chicago developed this teacher resource to provide an overview of Middle Eastern cultures and their contributions to the world.
- Theban Mapping Project
Christian Science Monitor reporter Jim Regan says the new, improved Theban Mapping Project Web site offers up a stunningly detailed exploration of every known tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings. Even with a high-speed connection, he warns, materials may at times download slowly, but the extraordinary images and animated 3-D "walk-throughs" are well worth the wait.
The largest Egyptological website on the internet, offering complete coverage of the Valley of the Kings in images, text and maps. Produced by the Theban Mapping Project and directed by Kent Weeks
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- Sumerian Inventions Ms Stone's Grade 6 Project
- Thinking Things from Snaith Primary
Snaith Primary on the Internet : resources related to curriculum for children at key stage 2.
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