- Children's Literature Web Guide to view award winning books and student's original writings.
- Caldecott Award Books
- Newberry Award Books
- Visit author Jan Brett
- Activities by Jan Brett
- Visit author Virginia Hamilton
- Visit author Gail Gibbons
- For Harry Potter Fans
- Dr. Seuss
- More Authors
- Harper Collins Big Busy House to view new book information, see how a book is made and investigate contests for kids.
- Silly Billy's World will demonstrate how to write and illustrate books..
- Visit author Dav Pilkey
- Website of Robert Sabuda
`Return to Student Links
Texas IndiansReturn to Student Links
Postcards from America
Plymouth, Pilgrims & Mayflower
Pilgrims & Wampanoag
Biographies & Photographs of Important Americans
Lewis & Clark Expedition
Travel & Maps
Interactive World Atlas
Biographies - People who have made contributions to our history.
American Memory - is access to the Library of Congress. For example, Baseball collections, Houdini collection, the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, maps, etc.
KidsConnect - is sponsored by the American Library Association. Kids will be given assistance in locating resources for answering their own questions. Responses to questions will be given within 48 hours.
The White House
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
More 20th. Century
Time Line of the Holocaust
More Fun with CrayolaReturn to Student Links
Simple Pop-Ups You Can Make!
A to Z TeachersReturn to Top
Jan Brett Literature Projects
History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers
Library of Congress Home Page
Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site
Texas Senate Kids
Teachers First- Opening Page
Treasures @ Sea
700+ Great Sites
AIMS Lessons (from Univ. of Arkansas)
Library of CongressReturn to Top
Texas Education Agency
Texas Education Agency - TEKS
Awards & Grants
700+ Great Sites
Note to Parents: All sites linked to our school web page have been reviewed
by staff, and were found to be appropriate for student use. However, because
of the nature of the World Wide Web, sites may change from what was
originally reviewed. We encourage parents to contact us if you find content
you feel is inappropriate. Due to economic reasons, many sites with suitable
educational content may also contain commercial content. We have not
excluded these sites if the educational content is curriculum related. Also, it is
recommended that adult supervision be provided to elementary age children
on the Internet, even at home. Such supervision will be provided to Navarro
students at school.
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