Heroes and Heroines

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March 14, 2010 -- From Mark, a reader, from Brooklyn, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

FindingDulcinea is a superb site for teaching students how to use the Internet effectively and responsibly. Its “On This Day” column covers each day an intriguing historical event – what led up to it, what happened that day, and what has happened since. Its “Happy Birthday” column celebrates inspiring people, both historic and contemporary. The articles in both sections contain links to the online sources where the information was found.

Medal of Honor

September 15, 2006 -- From Lu, a reader, from Seattle Washington, who is affiliated with the site.

A website for kids to color national historical events such as Midway and Teddy Roosevelt!

IMA Hero Collection

May 29, 2002 -- From Diane, a reader from San Diego, CA, who is affiliated with the site

Have Fun with History!” On the IMA Hero Web Site you learn about real life heroes and heroines with stories, photos, trivia and quizzes. Enjoy photos, questions, and trivia on “Your Page.” Read biographies in the “Education Section.” Submit your hero to “Who’s Your Hero?” Join the “Hero Clubhouse” to receive a FREE email newsletter filled with history highlights.

The Kids Hall of Fame

August 14, 2000 -- From Victoria Nesnick, a teacher from Dix Hills, NY who is affiliated with the site

TheKidsHallofFame.com spotlights extraordinary positive achievements of kids by age (under 20)and provides great peer role models. It empowers all kids and adults as well, by enabling them to say, “If that kid can do it, so can I,” or “I can do better.