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Databases

These subscription databases are openly accessible to all patrons from any of our library locations. Home access is limited to Grand Rapids Public Library cardholders only.

Britannica Online for Kids

CultureGrams

eLibrary Elementary

Kids Infobits

SIRS Discoverer

Web Resources

Homework Hub

Ben's Guide to US Government for Kids

Homework Central

KidsHealth for Kids

National Geographic for Kids

KidSpace @ Internet Public Library

Find reading levels

Weather Wiz Kids

Search Engines for Kids

Ask Kids

AOL Kids

DMOZ Open Directory Project: Kids and Teens

Kids Click

Yahoo Kids

Kids.net "A kids safe portal for children, parents, schools and teachers"

KidRex.org "Safe surfing for kids, by kids"

Super-Kids.com This site provides links that might be of interest to kids, from research to shopping to games.

Researching Tools for Kids

Choose the Best Search for Your Information Need

Web Research Guide

Noodlequest: Preparing to Do Research Online

A Student's Guide to Research With the WWW

Fact Monster - Information geared towards kids

Information Please - A search engine for all ages. There is also a "Homework Center" on this site.

Social Studies and History Information

Library of Congress for Kids and Families

CIA World Fact Book "The World Factbook provides information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 266 world entities. "

Internet Public Library 2 - extensive research resources for kids and teens

Merriam Webster Word Central - Online dictionary

Bib Me - Bibliography maker

The National Archives Digital Vaults - Great historical images and facts about the United States of America

The Big 6 - Use Big 6 to find, use, apply and evaluate information for specific needs and tasks.

The First Amendment Center - "The center serves as a forum for the study and exploration of free-expression issues, including freedom of speech, of the press and of religion, and the rights to assemble and to petition the government."

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence "Teaching and Learning Resources from Federal Agencies"

Awesome Library "Awesome Library organizes the Web with 37,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education."

Kids.gov "Links to the government and other sites for kids"

Internet 4 Classrooms Graphics and Multimedia Search Links to clipart, photos, video clips and sound clips

Personal tools