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Page last updated July 7, 2022



Going in Civil Rights


credit: Joshua Rojas in The Phanerozoic Eon
"A new discovery was announced today. Darwin's beard! Is all I
can say to the most complete mummified woolly mammoth ever
found in North America. My jaw is just dropping to the remarkable
preservation of this calf, it is just amazing! It was found on
June 21, 2022 in the Klondike gold fields, Yukon, Canada.
Photograph by Willem Middelkoop"
Going in Dinos and Paleo


Going in ESL and Grammar


Walking stick insects!
- Found worldwide, 3,000 species known
- Biggest insects in the world
- Find out more at these two links:
and at

Going in Animals


Going in Early Childhood

SPQR from Roman arch
New URL!

HUGE map lets you zoom way in and way out!
See the network of road, the names and borders
of the provinces, zoom in on the smallest village
mentioned in history, and the tiniest island.
See where towns and forts were (modern place
names in italics help).

Going in Ancient History and Maps



Flying with a vulture! A short Fb video shows a vulture
landing on a paraglider. The pilot pets it a little, and then
it takes off again. Great footage of the bird using it tail to
steer and its wings to perfectly soar. Credits are in the video.
Going in Animal Cams


6 Fascinating Places to See the Fibonacci Sequence
article from Mental Floss

The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers in which
each digit reflects the sum of the two preceding numbers,
as shown below:

So what? You may ask.So this: "The sequence is in
everything from cabbages to music to ocean waves.
It can also be found in the form of the golden ratio,
also known as Phi and expressed numerically as 1.618."

Photos and videos show the many ways the sequence
is shown in science, nature, music, finance, astronomy,
art... Sunflowers, pine cones, human fingers, snail shells,
ram horns, ants, a hawk's flight, ancient Greek temples,
financial techniques, the shape of galaxies*, orbits of
planets, Saturn's rings, and your ears!
(*Spiral galaxies like the Milky Way, Galaxy M81, and
the Andromeda nebula all resemble the golden spiral.")
It's everywhere!

Going in Secondary Mathematics


6 stinking cool facts about dog noses

Amazing, intrically complicated smelling mechanism
of dogs - 10,000 to 100,000 times more powerful
than humans'. They can detect hot and cold from
across a room. They can smell malaria and cancer.
Read this short and find out many more facts about
doggie noses! From NOVA
Going in Animals

Dragonfly Sites! Amazing insects, incredible aerial acrobats.
Wings like no others, fierce predators above and beneath
the water. Enemy of mosquitos! 300 million years old!

In case you didnít know - these are dragonfly babies.
Donít kill them they eat thousands of mosquitoes when they
mature. They donít stay creepy black bugs for long.

The insane biology of the dragonfly for older learners,
18:36 long, and fact-filled.



Insects Life Cycle Dragonfly Read Aloud Science Story

The Dipping Dragonfly - Read Aloud Kids Book -
A Bedtime Story with Dessi! - Story time

A 5:45 video or younger kids


I link to a 2:14 video for kids!

A dragonfly singalong


Dragonflies - Amazing Creatures! a 2 minute
educational cartoon.

Dragonfly life cycle Two minutes


How To Draw A Realistic Dragonfly

Some of this is going in Animals. Some are going in Art, Music,
and Early Childhood


Honoring all the "old-time" grammar teachers who tried their best...

Going in Grammar (Where else?)



Going in Biomes, Black Hills


Plains and prairies of West River South Dakota.
By Karen K Little Thunder.

Going in Biomes, Black Hills, and Native Americans and First Nations


25 Things from Everyday Life in the Middle Ages

Going in History



Going in Literacy Secondary School Literature and ESL



Going in Native Americans and First Nations


CDR Mary Sears, USN WW II
Commander, Naval Oceanographic Office

Oceanographer Mary Sears Advanced Marine Science

Commander Mary Sears USN site

Going in Women's History



"The sea level scenarios and information contained
in this tool originate from a 2022 technical report
produced by the Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flood
Hazard Scenarios and Tools Interagency Task Force.
This report provides the most up-to-date sea level
rise scenarios, available for all U.S. states and
territories, out to the year 2150. It is the latest
product from the Task Force, which includes the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration,
the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration,
Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Geological
Survey, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, along
with partners in academia. The information in the
report and this tool is intended to inform coastal
communities and others about current and future
sea level rise to help contextualize its effects for
decision making purposes." You can download the
entire technical report here.
How the tool works: Start the tool by
clicking on its url. Scroll to the bottom of the
popup page, and click Start.
Pick on of the blue dots along the coastal map.
Use the toggle tools to change Decades
(2020 - 2150) and Scenarios (Low - High).

Going in Biomes, Earth Science, and Weather

Connect the dots! Dot-to-dot for all ages!

Oh, My Dots is very intuitive to use. You can play
the games online, share, download and print. Apart
from the classic games with numbers and letters, you
can create games with any sequence, like the examples below:

* Prime numbers up to 50 -
* 7 times table -
* Roman numerals up to 20 -
* Solar system -

The site is completely free. You don't need to register or enter
your e-mail address to create games.

Going in Primary, Intermediate, and Secondary Mathematics


Hi, kids! I'm Dakota! I am the newest Brittany here at
Good Sites for Kids! I'm a retired hunter and a mama.
My fur-sister Lillian and I are American Brittanies, both
rescues, and both South Dakota natives. When
we're not helping out on the site, we patrol outdoors,
chase rabbits and squirrels, woof at kids at the
playground, rack out on our beds, ask
and hang out with our humans!


dogs looking out the window

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