What Do You Want to Learn About?

Here are some places to look when you need help with your homework or if you are just curious about something. Learn about history, animals, space, and much more!

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  • Explora

    Designed with students and educators in mind, Explora provides a safe, trustworthy environment for students to look up articles and facts for research papers, class projects, or homework. A far better alternative to websites and search engines, Explora provides students with easy-to-use features and age-appropriate content from the world’s leading magazines and reference books.

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  • Fact Monster

    Find all kinds of facts and information, play games, or take fun quizzes.

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  • Kids.gov

    Explore, learn, and have fun at the official kids` portal for the U.S. government. This site offers links to lots of government and other kids` sites, grouped by age and subject.

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  • Science Online 

    Science Online provides a comprehensive overview of scientific disciplines through a variety of authoritative sources including essays, diagrams, images, biographies, experiments, and a comprehensive timeline of events. Scientific terms are hyperlinked throughout each resource providing an extensive explanation of any topic. This database is intended for students in middle school through high school.

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  • World Book Kids 

    Intended for grades K-8, World Book Kids is a fun and interactive way to introduce younger students to the world of online learning. Searching is simple and can be done by keyword or by choosing a general subject that breaks down into specific topics. The encyclopedia also provides images, diagrams, maps and activities tied to national curriculum standards.

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