Amazing Animals of the World is a very colorful and interesting resource for elementary school students and above. It provides information on different animal species for reports and also includes learning games such as the "Jungle Jumble."
Learn about the history, geography, economics, government, and culture of each state, plus Puerto Rico and the major territories. Look up state symbols, and find articles on famous people and places. Check out the games section and test your knowledge of state capitals, famous Americans, and more.
Thousands of overview essays, critical analyses, biographies, primary sources, creative works, and multimedia elements make it easy for students to research papers and class assignments in five core subject areas: history, literature, biography, science, and social studies.
The Early World of Learning has stories, games, and more to help you learn new things! Explore Trek's World and learn fun facts, too!
Kids of all ages will love searching for answers to their questions with this fun, easy-to-use resource which contains magazine articles, newspaper articles, reference books, pictures, maps, audio and video clips, TV and radio transcripts, and links to carefully selected websites.
Designed for junior high and middle school students, this database provides access to three hundred full-text general interest magazines, thousands of newspaper articles, more than three hundred maps and reference books including the Columbia Encyclopedia and World Almanac and Book of Facts, and much more. Users can also search by Lexile reading levels.
Specifically designed for secondary school students, this database provides age-appropriate and reliable content from magazines, newspapers and reference books to meet student's needs. Over one thousand full-text titles, thousands of newspaper articles, hundreds of maps and images and full-text content from 14 reference books including Columbia Encyclopedia and the Encyclopedia of American Facts and Dates. Users can also search by Lexile reading levels.
Elementary students can search for information on current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, history, sports, and more. It includes easy-to-understand articles from over one hundred children's magazines, newspapers, and reference books.
Kids Search provides access to books and encyclopedias, magazine and newspaper articles, and photos and video clips for elementary and middle school students. Lexile limiters (reading level) are included.
A fun and educational encyclopedia of countries, cultures, and current events. Each article describes a country's land, people, economy, history, and government. Check out the current news stories, atlas, and educational games including puzzles and brain teasers.
Live Homework Help connects students with expert tutors for live, one-on-one help with homework assignments. Use Live Homework Help from your home computer or inside the Library to complete your homework assignments and improve your grades. Available seven days a week for English and Spanish-speaking students in grades K-12 from noon to midnight. In addition, the Skills Center is open 24/7 and offers thousands of worksheets, tutorials, study guides, practice tests, and more.
Live Homework Help is available on iOS.
This comprehensive database, designed specifically for high school students, contains full text for nearly 80 popular high school magazines. All full-text articles are assigned a reading level indicator (Lexile limiter). Full text is also available for biographies, primary source documents, pamphlets, reference books, and an Image Collection of photos, maps, and flags is featured, as well.
Middle Search Plus contains full text for more than one hundred forty popular middle school magazines, and each article has been assigned a Lexile number. Full text is also available for thousands of biographies and historical essays. Additionally, Middle Search Plus contains primary source documents including Essential Documents in American History; reference books including the Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia; American Heritage Dictionary; Encyclopedia of Animals; and thousands of relevant photos, maps, and flags.
A fun and educational science encyclopedia with easy-to-understand articles, pictures and diagrams, fun facts, and links to carefully evaluated websites. Check out the science games, puzzles, brain teasers, and print a map of the night sky.
Searchasaurus provides access to a dictionary, an encyclopedia, magazine articles, and an image library for elementary and middle school students. Lexile limiters (reading level) are included.
Designed for students in grades 6 through 12, this database can be used to locate magazine and newspaper articles about a variety of topics. Searches MAS Ultra - School Edition, Newspaper Source, Health Source: Consumer Edition, American Heritage Dictionary and Columbia Encyclopedia. It also includes a Teacher Research interface, which searches Academic Search Elite, Academic Search Premier, and ERIC.