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Links to databases

Page history last edited by Rachel Pennig 12 years, 4 months ago

Links to databases

Make sure your students don't resort to Google when you're not in the library! You can use a page on your wiki to compile a list of kid-friendly databases. If your wiki is private you can safely include your various database passwords on the page so that your students, teachers, and parents have access to this information from anywhere! 


 

Hey kids - here are some great databases to use in your homework. Don't forget to have your library card handy - some of these databases require you to log in with your library barcode!

 

Ask for Kids: Dictionary, Atlas, Maps

B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper: Homework Help!

The BookHive : Your Guide to Children's Literature & Books: Help finding books to read!

EBSCO Animals: Lots of information about animals

Encyclopaedia Britannica Online for Kids: A Student Center with tips on writing research papers, book reviews, and science reports.

FactMonster.com  Fun Facts
General Science Collection: Science Information

Infotrac Junior Edition - K-12: Periodicals (Magazines, journals, newspapers, 'zines).

Kids InfoBits: Current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, history, sports and more.

NoveList K-8: Looking for a good book? Check here!

Pink Monkey: Study tips!

 

 

(Borrowed from the Henry Waldinger Memorial Library http://www.nassaulibrary.org/valleyst/ServicesKidsPage/ServicesKidsPageH.htm#Homework)

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