Teacher says no Wikipedia or Internet junk? These sites pass the test.
Offers details on customs, traditions and daily life in countries all over the world.
Recommended for: Early elementary. Learning about colors, numbers and other fun things. Strengthen reading foundations with stories, activities and videos.
Includes materials for educators.
For High School and up. Articles, video, audio, books, pictures, magazines, maps, newspapers and transcripts of TV and radio shows.
A bilingual visual dictionary including thousands of images and more than 12,000 labels in the categories: Arts, History and Government, People, Places, Plants and Animals, Science and Mathematics, Sports and Hobbies, and World Religions.
Designed for high-school students. Access to a variety of indexed and full-text magazines, newspapers and reference books.
Find just the right book by subject, age, awards won, and much more. Read reviews and learn about the author. Create your own reading wish list.
Presents different views on the most talked about social issues of today.
Easy to use online encyclopedia in eight major subject
categories: Arts, History and Government, People, Places, Plants and
Animals, Science and Mathematics, Sports and Hobbies, World Religions.
Has full-featured pictures, sounds and videos. Also includes a section
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