Received this link from a Yahoo group. It is History for Kids. It's seems to be an great resource for teaching history (especially those of us of the classical persuation who teach it chronologically). It has a selection of books listed in sections for various periods in history, often a synopsis of the books, and recommended age group. It also has crafts, maps, and online games for various time periods, as well.
While it's not the the final word in all things historical, it's a nice resource. Have fun and explore.
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