This is a list of databases for kids.
One-stop shop for maps with over 145,000 different maps. Also includes geography quizzes and lesson plans for teachers, and antique maps that can be printed.
Information about all 50 United States and 6 territories. Find maps, flags, photos, and facts about states, counties, and cities. Everything you need for your next report is here.
Learn about the countries of the world. AtoZ World Culture is an excellent resource for student projects and a great companion for international travelers.
Check out great story books and "true" books. Great for young readers!
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Offering online video of arts and crafts workshops and techniques. Learn how to paint, knit, crochet, sew, screen print, and more.
Historical documents, journal articles, photographs, maps, videos and encyclopedias covering United States and World history, including biographies of important historical figures.
Little Pim is part of Mango Languages, an online language learning system, with easy, fast and fun interactive lessons
Contains full text articles for popular middle school magazines, assigned to Lexile reading level indicators. Find biographies, historical essays, reference books, photos, maps, flags and primary source documents. Designed for middle school students.
Search authors and titles, find reading recommendations, and connect to curriculum requirements for ages 0 through the teens.
Geared towards elementary students, this database provides full-text articles complete with Lexile levels as well as encyclopedic entries, photos, maps and flags to aid kids in learning.
Emphasizing the latest STEM thinking, ScienceFlix is transforming the way students access science topics, acquire scientific knowledge, and build an abiding interest in science, technology, and engineering.
Offers animated, talking picture books that help kids learn to read. Play games, do puzzles, and much more!