of multimedia resources for Florida history are available from the Resources menu options
at left. Up to twenty resources may be used without additional permission
in any student or teacher non-commercial educational project. (See
license.) Choose from over 4,600
photos, 6,000 maps, 173
virtual reality panoramas, 1,150 stereoviews,
and 11 pieces of royalty-free Florida music
you can use in school projects.
Florida Then and Now consists of over 70 readings,
questions, teacher notes, reading strategies, and activity sheets for Florida history.
The reading passages are written at the upper elementary student's
instructional reading level, so they are also appropriate as independent
reading passages for secondary students. All of the files are available
as PDFs for easy duplication.
Over one thousand stereoviews are now available in the "Florida in 3D" section. Get out your red/blue 3D glasses to explore Florida's past in three dimensions right on your computer screen.
Search Exploring Florida with Google.
From Birds to Bungalows, or Turkeys to Turtles, for all things Florida visit the "Floripedia."
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Over 9,000 photographs of Florida are also available on the ClipPix ETC website. Most of these photos are more recent than the ones in the Exploring Florida photos collection and are therefore much larger and available in multiple sizes.
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Last update: April 2, 2019