Scroll down or click to see all pathfinders.



Social Studies Pathfinders

Anne Frank

African Societies Use for study of African cultures of Ashanti, Kush, Masai; also countries of Mali, Kenya, Ghana.
Civil War 8th Grade: Use these links to help you find information on Civil War battles and issues.
Mexico A growing collection of resources for 7th grade Social Studies

Mythology, Folklore, and Fairy Tales Use to research these types of literature - especially the Greek gods and goddesses

New Deal Program and Franklin D. Roosevelt Resources for investigating the alphabet soup that was The New Deal

Pioneers Use for 8th grade US History for study of Pioneers and Pioneer Women, Mormons, the Donnor Party, early Chinese Americans, Forty-Niners, Cowboys/Vaqueros, and the Oregon Trail

Totems, Art, and Culture An exploration of totems and world cultures as an aspect of art and self.

TransCanada Keystone Pipeline resources and news information of its effect on Nebraska

Traveling the 50 States Students will select a U.S. state, research the state, and collect specific words to use in artwork about that state.






Science Pathfinders

Biomes Use for study of the major biomes, location, abiotic factors, climate, plant life, adaptations, animals Classification in the 6 Kingdoms Use to investigate the diversity of living organisms and how they can be compared scientifically.
Dinosaurs, Fossils, and Ancient Life Resources for study of dinosaurs and ancient life.
Diseases and Infections Research viral, bacterial, and parasitic diseases from a personal perspective to write a letter, scientific perspective to create a report, or a documentary perspective to create a movie. Use this list: of choices.
Elements Use for research on elements, their sources, uses, atomic structure and more.
Energy Forms How are the forms of energy used throughout our lives?
Genetic Disorders Helpful links for researching genetic disorders such as Down Syndrome, Cystic Fibrosis and more
Genetics and Ethics to investigate the ethics of genetic engineering, genetic disorders, cloning, and the nature vs/ nurture debate
October Sky, Rockets, and Physics Resources for exploring the life of Homer Hickam and the Rocket Boys related to physical science
Plants Plant classification help, including wildflowers and trees
Science Fair Helper Find links to help you with your Science Fair Project
Vertebrates Classification links for work with animals with backbone.




English and Reading Pathfinders

Among the Hidden Totalitarianism Activating Quest for studying the novel and background information on totalitarianism
Anne Frank
Author! Author! plethora of information about authors for author study research
Career information for occupational research
Dr. Seuss is WANTED! for his masterful manipulation of the English language and creation of art to sell products, editorialize about politcal issues, and entertain young children!
Entrepreneurs Research entrepreneurial business people
Mythology, Folklore, and Fairy Tales Use to research these types of literature - especially the Greek gods and goddesses
Poetry Help with types of poetry and figurative language
Raymond's Run and People with Disabilities Research about achievements of people in the community or in the country who are physically or mentally challenged
Research Mini-Helplets - work your way through the helplet stations to prepare for your research unit!
Touching Spirit Bear - Ben MikaelsenNovel study for the novel including information on Ketchikan, the Tlingit, Spirit Bear, and the author
Tom Sawyer and Life on the Mississippi River Resources for writing a 19th century newspaper highlighting the importance of the Mississippi River as historical background for studying The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Use
Newspaper Creation.pdf to set up Publisher for your newspaper.Website Know-How: Websites are not created equally. If you choose to use Search Engines and the Open Web for researching information, you must examine each website to judge if it is recent, objective, authoritative, & relevant.Word Study Tools for etymology, root words (Latin and Greek) and more. Many links are practice games.




Math Pathfinders




Art Pathfinders

Careers in the Art Field exploring careers using art
Totems, Art, and Culture An exploration of totems and world cultures as an aspect of art and self.

Traveling the 50 States Students will select a U.S. state, research the state, and collect specific words to use in artwork about that state.





Explores
Entrepreneurs Research entrepreneurial business people





ALL PATHFINDERS

Among the Hidden Totalitarianism Activating Quest for studying the novel and background information on totalitarianismAnne FrankAfrican SocietiesUse for study of African cultures of Ashanti, Kush, Masai; also countries of Mali, Kenya, Ghana.Author! Author! plethora of information about authors for author study researchBiomesUse for study of the major biomes, location, abiotic factors, climate, plant life, adaptations, animals
Career information for occupational research
Careers in the Art Field exploring careers using artCivil War: 8th Grade: Use these links to help you find information on Civil War battles and issues
Classification in the 6 Kingdoms
Use to investigate the diversity of living organisms and how they can be compared scientifically.
Dinosaurs, Fossils, and Ancient LifeResources for study of dinosaurs and ancient life.Diseases and InfectionsResearch viral, bacterial, and parasitic diseases from a personal perspective to write a letter, scientific perspective to create a report, or a documentary perspective to create a movie. Use this list: of choices.
Dr. Seuss is WANTED! for his masterful manipulation of the English language and creation of art to sell products, editorialize about politcal issues, and entertain young children!
ElementsUse for research on elements, their sources, uses, atomic structure and more.Energy Forms
How are the forms of energy used throughout our lives?

Entrepreneurs
Research entrepreneurial business people

Genetic DisordersHelpful links for researching genetic disorders such as Down Syndrome, Cystic Fibrosis and more

Genetics and Ethics to investigate the ethics of genetic engineering, genetic disorders, cloning, and the nature vs/ nurture debate
MexicoA growing collection of resources for 7th grade Social Studies
Mythology, Folklore, and Fairy Tales
Use to research these types of literature - especially the Greek gods and goddesses

New Deal Program and Franklin D. Roosevelt
Resources for investigating the alphabet soup that was The New Deal
October Sky, Rockets, and PhysicsResources for exploring the life of Homer Hickam and the Rocket Boys related to physical science
Pioneers Use for 8th grade US History for study of Pioneers and Pioneer Women, Mormons, the Donnor Party, early Chinese Americans, Forty-Niners, Cowboys/Vaqueros, and the Oregon Trail
Plants
Plant classification help, including wildflowers and trees

Poetry
Help with types of poetry and figurative language
Raymond's Run and People with DisabilitiesResearch about achievements of people in the community or in the country who are physically or mentally challenged
Research Mini-Helplets - work your way through the helplet stations to prepare for your research unit!
Science Fair Helper
Find links to help you with your Science Fair Project
Totems, Art, and CultureAn exploration of totems and world cultures as an aspect of art and self.
Touching Spirit Bear - Ben MikaelsenNovel study for the novel including information on Ketchikan, the Tlingit, Spirit Bear, and the author

Tom Sawyer and Life on the Mississippi River
Resources for writing a 19th century newspaper highlighting the importance of the Mississippi River as historical background for studying The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Use
Newspaper Creation.pdf to set up Publisher for your newspaper.TransCanada Keystone Pipeline resources and news information of its effect on NebraskaTraveling the 50 StatesStudents will select a U.S. state, research the state, and collect specific words to use in artwork about that state.
Vertebrates
Classification links for work with animals with backbone.
Website Know-How: Websites are not created equally. If you choose to use Search Engines and the Open Web for researching information, you must examine each website to judge if it is recent, objective, authoritative, & relevant.Word StudyTools for etymology, root words (Latin and Greek) and more. Many links are practice games.