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Animals

Find out more about your favorite animal and their habitats. You can even send an e-card to your friends from the Creature Feature section!


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Animals

A project to make all "key information about all life on Earth accessible to anyone, anywhere in the world."


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Animals
You don't need a subscription to the magazine to use this site to find out more information about animals. Make sure to check out the some of the cool games while visiting the site.

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Art

Learn about everything about Art Techniques, Music and more on this site. For grades 3-8.

Brain Pop Jr. is designed for kids in grades K-3.


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Art

This is an amzing guide to the performing arts. You can find "digitized items from the collections; special Web presentations on topics and collections; articles and biographical essays; finding aids to collections; databases for performing arts resources; information on concerts at the Library; and a special Performing Arts Resource Guide which contains entries for hundreds of Library collections, Web sites, databases and exhibits."


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Art

Have adventures with Art, learn about famous artists and even create your own Still Life work of art.


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Art

Learn about the instruments in an orchestra, compose your own tunes in the Music Lab and listen to the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.


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Explore theatre history by time period (Classical to Contemporary) or aspects of theatre (Costumes & Lighting) on this fantastic site! Great for doing research.


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Cultures

The U.S. Government Printing Office's website contains symbols and basic facts about each state. This website, Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids also explains civics and branches of government, our election process, and links to historical documents.


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Use World Edition for countries, and States Edition for U.S. states. Find out about government, culture, religion, sports, flags, recipies, and more!


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This encyclopedia has A LOT of information, which is great, but sometimes you may not be into that. Type your state or country into the search box. It also has this neat feature called "compare countries."


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A website created by the Library of Congress just for kids!  Information about states, amazing Americans, and U.S. History.


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The world's #1 language course for children teaching Spanish, French, German, Italian, and English.


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Type your state or country into the search box.  Find out about geography, government, land and climate, and more!


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Health & Nutrition

The new food and dietary guidelines!  Also included are related links such as: farmer's markets, nutrition labels and food safety.  Created by the USDA.


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Health & Nutrition

Parent, kids, and teens have their own categories.  Information about how the body works, diseases, growing up, staying healthy!  Created by The Nemours Foundation's Center for Children's Health Media.


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History & Government

Thanks to the Annenberg Foundation, we have this website chock full of American history, presented as a narrative, with different sections for different periods of history.  Timelines, maps, images, and story.  


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History & Government

Learn what it was like to live in the middle ages.  Categories for clothing, health, government, and more.


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History & Government

Explore the different parts of a castle!


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History & Government

When researching our government, why not go straight to the source? This site has a list of books and websites to help discover more about our system of government. Look on the left adn you'll see more areas of the site to explore like Senate Organization and you can even read the whole Constitution!