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Gibbs Smith: Pacific Northwest History
The Pacific Northwest History program is carefully crafted to align with the latest state-specific social studies standards as well as ELA Common Core standards. Well-respected historians write our content, to which we add eye-catching design and images, grade-level-appropriate readability, and rich instructional material based on the latest research and best practices.
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Fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena from the PhET™ project at the University of Colorado.
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Teach TCI: Ancient Civilizations, World History, and US History
TCI is a social studies K-12 publishing company created by teachers, for teachers. They believe the best teaching marries great content, meaningful technology, and interactive classroom experiences. The end result — students of all abilities and learning styles succeed.
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SAT Question of the Day
Can you answer today's question?
Each of the 10-word lists contains 100 important words. Make a commitment to learn one list a week. Go through each list and test yourself (or, better still, get a friend to test you) one week later to reinforce your learning.