Wikipedia not accepted as a valid bibliographic reference on that report due tomorrow? Start your search here for databases and research tools offering citation-worthy articles on hundreds of topics.
- CLEVNET Library Catalog
The online catalog of the holdings of the CLEVNET Libraries.
An Ohio Web Library database.
- Facts about the world, U.S., people, sports, science, math, money, and more.
- Kids Search is designed especially for youth in grades K-8. Kids Search makes it easier for students to look for their subjects of interest by automatically searching across all applicable databases simultaneously.
Kidspace at the Internet Public Library
- A huge variety of subjects and facts – fun and games too!
- Language Learning Library
- The largest and most comprehensive language learning portal on the web.
- Searchasaurus is a research tool intended for kids.
- Scholastic Homework Hub
- Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, has a corporate mission of helping children around the world to read and learn.
- Worldbook (Several editions to choose from)
- Age appropriate editions that include resources including encyclopedic content, e-books, multimedia, a vast collection of primary source documents, and a wealth of research tools that allow students to customize and save their work and more.
Art and Music
- Artist’s Toolkit
- Explore the tools that artists use – like line, color and balance – to build works of art.
- Hands on Crafts
- The Hands on Crafts web site was developed by the Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County, the Mint Museum of Art and the Mint Museum of Craft + Design in Charlotte, NC.
- San Francisco Symphony for Kids
- SFS for Kids teaches the instruments of the orchestra, the basics of reading music, and has an online radio to listen to some classical music’s greatest hits.
- Ancient Egypt
- Information from the British Museum on geography, gods and goddesses, mummification, pharaohs, pyramids and more.
- American Memory
- Historical collection from the Library of Congress. Includes free access to images, maps, photos.
- All Math
- Flashcards, games, glossaries and more.
- Ask Doctor Math
- A question and answer service for math students and their teachers.
- Between the Lions
- Get wild about reading with this popular PBS show.
- Reading Zone
- The Internet Public Library links you to online stories. You can also find out about books and authors.
- Sesame Street
- Stories featuring Elmo, Big Bird, Zoe and other Sesame Street friends.
- Earth Science Enterprise
- NASA studies the earth. This site includes games, stories and activities.
- Elements of the Periodic Table
- An interactive periodic table brings chemistry to life.
- Nine Planets
- There may only be eight now, but this is still a great resource to explore planets, sky facts, stars and more.
- Science Online
- Covers a broad range of science related topics from Astronomy to Veterinary Medicine. Includes full text articles, biographies of scientists, and help with science related essays.
- Zoom Dinosaurs
- Dinosaur information, facts, coloring sheets, and printouts.
- U.S. Department of State website lists information such as geography, people, government, economy, history, agriculture, trade, travel and news.
- Flags of the World
- See flags, maps, and facts about the world.
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