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Kid Friendly Web Resources

Need help with your homework? Looking for something fun to do online? Check out these web resources just for kids.

Databases History &Biographies Reference Desk
Animals Literature & Language Sciences
The Arts Award Winners Social Sciences
Games Mathematics & Computers Sports
Databases for Kids

Library databases for kids are a way to get more information about a subject that is included on library shelves! Many of these databases can be accessed from your home computer. Confused? Come talk to the Children's Librarian to learn how to use these amazing resources.

Available in the Library Available  from Home Early World of Learning (in-library and home access)
Early World of Learning is an educational resource focused on reading and oral language skills - just for preschoolers and children in the early grades. Check out the narrated stories, interactive games, interactive reference material for new readers, and more!
Available in the Library Available  from Home Kids Search (in-library and home access)
For grades K-5. Includes magazine articles, primary documents, photos, flags, and reference book articles.
Available in the Library Available  from Home Primary Search (in-library and home access)
Provides full text for more than 70 popular, magazines for elementary school research. All full text articles included in the database are assigned a reading level indicator (Lexiles), and full text information dates as far back as 1990.
Available in            the LibraryAvailable from HomeLearning Express Library (in-library and home access)
An interactive, online program that allows users to take practice tests for elementary school math and reading.
Available in the Library Available  from Home Searchasaurus (in-library and home access)
Searchasaurus A beginning search site for children. It incorporates colorful graphics and brief articles on topics of interest to children.
Available  from Home TrueFlix (home access)
TrueFlix™ is an online resource that focuses on engaging subject-area content in science and social studies for students spanning grades 3-6. Each TrueFlix subject area is supported with a deep and dynamic reservoir of related content and primary sources featuring videos, audio, images, and text.
Available in the Library Available  from Home TumbleBooks: E-books for E-Kids (in-library and home access)
Provides online story books, chapter books, puzzles and games, and language learning.
Available in the Library Available  from Home World Book Online for Kids: (in-library and home access)
World Book Online for Kids offers easy-to-read articles and engaging multimedia, games, science projects, interactive tools, and activities designed specifically for young library patrons.
Available in the Library Available  from Home World Book Info Finder (in-library and home access)
World Book Info Finder includes content and features designed for school-aged patrons’ homework and research needs. Based on the World Book Encyclopedia, the site features rich collections of multimedia on a variety of topics, science fair projects; a Biography Center; links to world newspapers, correlations to curriculum standards, 21st century research guides, and much more.
Available in the Library Available  from Home World Book Kids (in-library and home access)
World Book Kids offers easy-to-read articles and engaging multimedia, games, science projects, interactive tools, and activities.


Includes Animal Corner, Animal Diversity Web, and Insectlopedia.
Includes the Dino Dictionary and Walk with Dinosaurs.
Zoos & Aquariums
Visit some of the country's most famous zoos and aquariums.
The Arts
Includes Cartoonster, The Artist's Toolkit, and World Wide Art Gallery.
Visit famous museums like the Smithsonian or the Exploratorium.
Includes Piano on the Net, Sing-A-Long Songs, and the Classical Music Archives.
Includes PBS for Kids, Noggin, and Funology.
History & Biographies

Includes Ben Franklin Online and A&E's Biography.
US History
Includes American Memory and WayBack: US History for Kids.
US History Pre Colonial to 1865
Includes the Lewis & Clark Expedition and the Oregon Trail.
US History Post Civil War
Includes Women's History and the National Civil Rights Museum.
World History
Inlcudes Secrets of the Lost Empires and Ice Treasures of the Inca.
Literature & Language

Authors & Illustrators
Includes the Children's Literature Network.
Award Winners

Newbery Award
This award is given to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.
Caldecott Award
This award is given to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children.
Book & Media Awards
Includes listings for awards such as the (Laura) Wilder Award, the (Theodore Seuss) Geisel Award, and the (Andrew) Carnegie Medal.
Charlie May Simon Children's Book Award
This Arkansas book award is elected through a vote taken by Arkansas school children in grades four, five and six.
Arkansas Diamond Primary Book Award
This Arkansas book award was established to encourage reading for students in Grades K-3.
Mathematics & Computers

Computers & Technology
Includes the Tech Museum of Innovation.
Includes Cool Math and Math Is Fun.
Reference Desk

Look It Up
Includes Fact Monster, Online Spelling, and ABC Fast Phonics.

Astronomy & Space
Includes Amazing Space and the Earth and Moon Viewer.
Includes Cells Alive and Kids Health Online.
Chemistry & Physics
Includes ChemiCool and Strange Matter.
General Science
Includes Cool Science for Curious Kids.
Includes Earthquakes for Kids and the Mineral Gallery.
Science Experiments
Includes the Science Fair Resource Project Guide.
Weather & The Environment
Includes EcoKids Online and A Kid's Wilderness Survival Primer.
Social Sciences

Cultures of theWorld
Includes Global Trek and National Geographic Kids.
Geography & Maps
Includes Atlapedia and the CIA World Factbook.
Politics & Government
Includes Congress for Kids.
Religions of the World
Includes Your Guide to Religions of the World.

Includes Kids Running and Sports Illustrated for Kids.
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