- General Overview
- Amazing Magnificent
Colossal Cruise Through Time and History - travel back in
time at this ThinkQuest site to learn about dinosaurs, Ancient
Rome and Egypt, the Dark Ages, the Renaissance, the American
Revolution, and World War II.
Passport: The Middle Ages - middle school unit exploring
many aspects of this time including feudalism, the Byzantine
Empire, Vikings, Barabarians, and more.
Hall, The - learn about feudal life, religion, wars, weaponry,
leaders, legends, magic, and alchemy during the middle ages.
- History for Kids!
- information designed specifically for middle school students
about ancient Greece and Egypt, the Middle Ages, West Asia, and
Ages - what was it really like to live in the Middle Ages?
Learn about the daily life, their clothing and homes, health,
entertainment, and much more. Very well organized and great information.
One of my favorites. Grade:4-7
Ages, The - good day traveler! Enjoy a journey into medieval
times on these guided tours offered by a knight, a merchant,
a nun, and a peasant. From EMuseum. Great original artifacts.
Grade: 8-10 reading level
of the Dark Ages - great descriptions of the peoples of this
time, including the Goths, Huns, Anglo-Saxons, Franks, and others.
of Lost Empires: Medieval Siege - experts examine medieval
war strategies, weapons, and castle design. See how the devastating
giant trebuchet could smash castle walls! Try to smash the castle
using Shockwave animation. Grade: 3-6 Reading a bit dry.
- Journey Through
the Middle Ages - play a game and learn about castles and
medieval topics such as feudalism, knights, entertainment. Follow
hyperstudio links. Very kid friendly. Grade: 3-6
in the Middle Ages - student project that lets you step back
in time to the days of imposing castles, knights in armor defending
the kingdom, and noblemen ruling over the serfs. Engaging writing
style with information and anecdotes. Grade: 6-8
American School: The Middle Ages - this great site, made
by 8th graders in Taiwan, has great info and pictures of people,
events, and culture of the middle ages. Clever original artwork
and research by students. Grade: 5-7
About Middle Ages from Third Graders - Room 2 of Crocker
Farm school offer descriptions and pictures of life in the middle
ages. Grade 3+
- Time Machine
- This ThinkQuest Site give basic introduction to Middle Ages
with pictures and key terms. Grade: 3-6
- Art, Music and Food
Times - summaries about kings, artists, poets, and other
interesting folks from this era, like Robin Hood, King Arthur,
and Da Vinci. By primary students in Sydney, Australia.
Haskell's King Arthur Page - Stories and descriptions of
main characters in King Arthur's tales. Grade: 6-8
from Camelot - Story of Camelot retold by Mr. Pitchford's
class. Great original pictures and story. A must see! Grade:
- Murder of Thomas
Becket - eyewitness account from a monk who saw the Archbishop
of Canterbury murdered in 1170.
- Kids' Castle
- This is a very student friendly site with cartoon style animation
and clear explanations. Explore each virtual area of this 1480
Nottingham Castle replica, meet the residents, and learn all
about medieval castle life. Grade 3+
Learning Center - By providing these castle research pages,
we hope to encourage students of all ages to explore castles
and to stimulate their creativity. Here you will find many areas
of interest to help and guide you.
a Medieval Castle - Send directions to your computer to build
a Middle Ages castle
- Castles of
Wales - explore some of the world's great historic treasures:
the medieval castles of Wales. Grade 5-8.
- Castles of Britain
- learn all about the castles of England, Scotland, and Wales
or check out the castle photo gallery.
of Japan - take a tour around the castles of Japan on this
great ThinkQuest site. You can learn about the history of the
buildings, the design of the different types, and the ways they
at National Geographic - Follow the mouse for a tour through
your own castle. You can also print out a maze to try to save
the King. Grade: 3-6
- Hearst Castle
- An American Castle? This castle won't keep anyone out, but
it sure shows what a man can do with a lot of money. Learn about
visiting this historic home along the central California coast.
Includes a slide show.