Quarter Finals Vote before Friday September 26, 2003 for our state Quarter!
Study Wisconsin using the Internet with this site created by Mrs. Collins from Mendota School and other instructional technology teachers from Madison Schools. ?Be WisKids Detectives and follow the clues to answer questions about our state!
Here's the kids' web site of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Inside these pages, you'll find lots of interesting facts about our state, as well as some fun things to do. Links include: a timeline of Wisconsin history; explanations of the state's symbols; paper dolls based on the lives of Sterling North, who wroteRascal and Caddie Woodlawn, who wrote Caddie Woodlawn; facts about Wisconsin firsts; and more.
A site created for kids who are looking for information about the Wisconsin of both today and yesterday. Find maps, a timeline, historical information from the "Blue Book," links to official state Web sites, recommended books and more.Wisconsin: Celebrating People, Place and Past
This link to MMSD's Electronic Library includes government, history, places to go, and even the wienermobile!
This site for teachers gives an outline of the video series as well as clips from the series.
This site has links to information about Wisconsin's Native American tribes.