SAINT PROJECT LINKS

www.americancatholic.org

www.loyolapress.com

www.sadlierreligion.com

PICTURES OF SAINTS

  1. CATHOLIC ONLINE SAINTS AND ANGELS
  2. SAINTS
  3. FEAST DAYS
  4. MORE SAINTS

 

MATH SITE

McGraw Hill Math Site

WE BELIEVE - ICD RELIGION WORKBOOK

BOARD GAME

Middleage Webquest 2

Social Studies Directions to locate Unit 1:

  1. once on the site, click on the red box that says “Learning Site”
  2. click on the social studies tab (purple)
  3. click the top middle (blue) social studies tab
  4. click on the Missouri state (purple)
  5. click “Adventure Activities” – green tab arrow top right
  6. click “The United States, Making a new nation” 2nd row
  7. click unit 1, “The Land and Early People”
  8. click on ‘ready’
  9. type your name
  10. click on the arrow
  11. read the directions to play the activities

Advent Information 1

Advent Information 2

Endangered animal list

National Geographic Kids

Wordle

Music typing test

Spider Typing

Halloween Games 1

Halloween Games 2

Halloween Games 3

Kids Cam

  1. Florida facts for kids
  2. More Florida facts for kids
  3. And even more Florida facts
  4. Florida animals/mammals
  5. Mammals of Florida
  6. More Florida facts and animals
  7. Florida Everglades
  8. Florida birds
  9. Florida reptiles
  10. birds Native to Florida
  11. Disney Attractions 1
  12. Disney Attractions 2
  13. Florida beaches
  14. Florida beaches 2

Universal Studios

SheppardSoftware

DANCE MAT TYPING

Poptropica

Middleage Webquest 2

Link to order Farmer Greenfield

Concentration Game

Easter Cross Jig Saw Puzzle

Middleage Webquest 1

Middleage Webquest 2

  1. What is feudalism? - the structure of their politics. It began in the 9th century.
  2. What is a guild?
  3. The glossary
  4. Medieval games
  5. Medieval food - desserts: custards, apple pies, brownies, chocolate, baked apples, pastries, any good stuff!!
  6. Vassals
  7. Oath of fealty - the promise of faithful service to the lord
  8. Moats
  9. Scutage
  10. chamberlain
  11. Medical Information:
    • cures - surgery, bloodletting, herbs, medicines
    • breast cancer - lump
    • cataracts - can't see well
    • scrofula - also known as tuberculosis - swellings in neck or cough if involving glands in the lungs
    • Performed as a last resort, surgery was known to be successful in cases of breast cancer, fistula, hemorrhoids, gangrene, and cataracts, as well as tuberculosis of the lymph glands in the neck (scrofula). The most common form of surgery was bloodletting; it was meant to restore the balance of fluids in the body. Some of the potions used to relieve pain or induce sleep during the surgery were themselves potentially lethal. One of these consisted of lettuce, gall from a castrated boar, briony, opium, henbane, and hemlock juice--the hemlock juice could easily have caused death. Remedies were often herbal in nature, but also included ground earthworms, urine, and animal excrement. Many medieval medical manuscripts contained recipes for remedies that called for hundreds of therapeutic substances--the notion that every substance in nature held some sort of power accounts for the enormous variety of substances.
  12. Alms
  13. All about the middle ages
  14. More on middle ages
  15. Positions in the middle ages and cottars
  16. Clothing
  1. Hangman Valentine's Day
  2. Catch the hearts game
  3. Memory Match
  4. Dress up the Heart
  5. Color the hearts
  6. Clobber the Devil
  7. Transylmania
  8. Baseball Game

Funbrain

Brain Games Galore - "Awesome!"

Transylmania

PICTURES OF SAINTS

Word Search puzzle maker

MRDONN.org

DANCE MAT TYPING  

RELIGION

www.sadlierreligion.com

MATH

AAA MATH  

SCIENCE

5th grade access code: DBA18BA6EC To access vocabulary games and reviews go to www.macmillanmh.com. Click on science and click on the cover to the book your child uses.  

SOCIAL STUDIES

MHSCHOOL - MCGRAWHILL Social Studies Online Book  

ALL SUBJECTS

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION