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MS Online Research

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 Welcome to MS Online Resources for your Discoveries......


Just browse for the type of resources you need.....

Click on the link....................

And browse the new page for avenues of discovery !


Monuments Men (WWII Art Recovery Troup)


Military Prayer

White House 101


 CBA Research Links





Dictionaries and Encyclopedias


Encyclopedias Current News Maps Timelines
Questia CNN World Atlas or National Atlas HyperHistory
World FactBook CIA PBS Google Maps  
MedicinePlus The Columbian

National Geographic Map Machine  

US Supreme Court



 The Washington


Washington State



Infotopia Seattle Times Flags of the World Researching the Invisible Web
History News Network  New York Times Teen Reading Rants Khan Math Academy


Kidon News The Biography Center The Writing Tutor



WHAT did you learn? HOW did you learn? WHY do you think that you were able to learn in this way?
  • I learned by watching videos, reading articles, and having conversations in class. I learned because I was open and tried different ways to use the iPad on my own.  
  • I was able to learn by trial-and-error and problem-solving when I encountered difficulties and obstacles along my journey.
  • I was able to learn because I was made an active participant in my education and not just an observer.
  • I learned that it is okay to try and fail, but I need to keep trying. Sometimes learning happens in unexpected ways for the teacher as well as the students.
  • I learned that "learning" is a very personal experience. People resonate with and are interested in different things; they have a unique lens that they filter information through; they form a hierarchy of importance and select to spend more time on the things that are more meaningful to them, and they formulate understanding based on all those factors.
  • What did I learn...that the learning never ends.


9 Big Ideas of Science

 FOSS Science Links


A a day

There's no right way to solve it, but there's only one right answer.

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  1. Read the Declaration of Independence. It is both a pleasurable and a rewarding experience that should be enjoyed by every citizen. The Declaration is a deep, rich document, giving the twenty-seven reasons that America was birthed, and also setting forth in its first 155 words the six immutable principles of American government – the six principles on which the Founders later erected the Constitution of the United States – the six principles that still produce American Exceptionalism today.
  2. Learn something new about those who wrote the Declaration. Look at the names of the fifty-six signers; find one you don’t know – perhaps one you’ve never heard of before, and look him up and read a short bio about him (perhaps from sites such as Colonial Hall) or get a copy of Lives of the Signers, so that you can have a short bio about each one of the signers. In short, rediscover a new Founder. 

Declaration of Independence Facts





Red Skeleton's Pledge of Allegiance







America's Flag Day  


Did you know..... if you assigned each letter of the alphabet a number..... you would discover just how much giving 100% really is.......

Hard Work = 98%

Knowledge = 96%

Attitude = 100%

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Teacher Resources:

Congress: The Basics

Smart Science Labs


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