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  • Build a Medieval Castle [ Kids ] - Freeware. Requires Windows 95, 98 or 3.1.
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  • Castles for Kids [ Kids ] - Links to sites that let kids learn how people in the middle ages lived, explore castles, and even build their own medieval creations.
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  • The Electronic Passport to the Middle Ages [ Kids/Teens ] - Guide for middle school students introduces the period. Also provides in-depth information about specific topics such as feudalism, the Vikings, the Byzantine Empire, and the bubonic plague.
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  • Exhibits Collection - The Middle Ages [ Kids/Teens ] - Interactive exhibit explores feudal life, homes, clothing, health, arts and entertainment, religion, and town life. Includes activities on cathedrals, clothing, art, and medical practices.
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  • History of the Incas [ Kids/Teens ] - School project made for an eighth grade class provides a brief introduction to the civilization.
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  • Kids' Castle [ Kids ] - A fictional, but historically accurate castle based on Nottingham Castle as it was in about 1480.
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  • The Magna Carta [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - This is the text of the Magna Carta, written in 1215 AD.
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  • Magna Carta [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Pictures of an original copy of the Magna Carta, translation of the text, and background of why it was written.
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  • The Magna Carta [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Translation from the Latin of the first version of the Magna Carta, signed by King John at Runnymede in 1215. Links to glossary and Latin original text.
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  • Magna Carta: Source of Civil Rights [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Links to primary sources, including an original copy of England's famous document, learn why King John signed the charter and what rights he granted.
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  • Medieval Village Life [ Teens ] - Features slides with information about medieval times such as manor life, farming, and the bubonic plague.
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  • The Medieval World [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Collection of illustrated articles cover aspects of British history from 1066-1500. From Spartacus Internet Encyclopaedia.
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  • Middle Ages 2000 [ Kids/Teens ] - Student-created site on the Middle Ages. Contains information on cathedrals, castles, the Black Death, people, fashion, and daily life.
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  • Rights and Responsibilities in Medieval Guilds [ Kids/Teens ] - Describes requirements for membership and the duties of merchants, craftsmen and bakers.
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  • Shields, Knights and Heraldry [ Kids ] - Freeware (free software) from Owl and Mouse suitable for classroom or home use.
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  • Snayfwickby Castle [ Kids ] - A tour of an imaginary castle and village with Lady Clare and Sir Claude. Created for first through third graders.
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