World History Resources for Homeschoolers


Continuing with the social studies theme, this week I have a list of internet resources for teaching world history. I also just learned from my friend how to easily get screen shots, so I am going to try including small screenshots for now on, which I think makes it easier to decide if a site is worth pursuing. Do you know of any other great sites for teaching world history?

image Adventures in Ancient Greece

image BBC History for Kids

image Ghosts in the Castle

imageEvolve or Perish (a printable board game)

imageGuest Hollow Ancient History

imageHoernersburg Lego Castle and Medieval Lego Town & Cathedral Tour

imageHyper History Online (when click on one of the options on the left, look at the sidebar on the right to fine-tune and actually see your selection)

image Kids’ Castle


imageLife in the Middle Ages

imageMaps of War

image Medieval Women: An Interactive Exploration

imageMosaic Curriculum


imageNova Online: The Vikings

image Owl and Mouse Software


image Scholastic: Sir Edmund Hilary

imageTimeline Index

image Tomb of the Unknown Mummy

imageVikings: The North Atlantic Saga

image Walk Through Time

Labels: Social Studies
Posted by Maureen Sklaroff