From: Teachers.Net on
Today's Apple Seed of inspiration to share with students and
colleagues:
Some succeed because they are destined to; most succeed because they
are determined to. ~ Anatole France

A web site worthy of your attention:

A JOURNEY TO A NEW LAND (K-12)
People first arrived in the Americas at least 12,000 years ago. The
timing of their
arrival and the route by which they traveled are not known. Did they
follow an
inland ice-free corridor route from Siberia to the unglaciated regions
south of the
ice sheets? Or did they take a coastal route, traveling by boat down
the Pacific
Coast? Did people arrive during the ice age, or not until after the
glaciers receded?
This site explores these and other questions, and looks at some of the
evidence
and ideas that have been proposed to resolve them.

Access the link to the site and read the rest of Marjan's January
2010's picks by clicking on
http://teachers.net/gazette/wordpress/marjan-glavac/5-web-sites/

Among the additional sites recommended are a reading resource site for
K-3; a math mystery online game (2-6); ScienceNow (9-12); The
Teacher’s P.E.T.*” (Professional Education for Teachers)