Research & Homework

Fun Learning Links

If you need to search for information about a topic, these are some good places to start. Some of these are Web sites and some are online databases. If you'd like some help or if you are having some trouble searching, just ask! We're happy to help.

Search the Web

  • Fact Monster
    Brought to you by the Information Please Almanac, there is a search option at the top of the page.
  • Kids Click!
    This great way to find information was designed for kids by librarians. Click on your subject and you'll find lots of great web sites!
  • Internet Public Library
    Enter your search at the top of the page, or choose a topic you are interested in.

*The library is not able to filter the links provided on this website, but the search engines on this page were selected because they each do their own "filtering" in some way. Each site has a statement that explains how searches work and how the results are selected.

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Encyclopedias, Dictionaries Magazines, Etc. Online

  • World Book Encyclopedia
    You're used to its excellent information, illustrations, maps and charts in print; You'll find this online version just as useful if not more so.
    To log in, type in your 14-digit library card number.
  • Student Dictionary
    Word Central's Student Dictionary is a fast way to look up what words mean.
  • Wonderopolis
    A place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages. Brought to life by the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL), our Wonders of the Day ® will help you find learning moments in everyday life.
  • Magazine Search
    • Click on this link to the EBSCO Login Page.
    • On the login page, type in your 14-digit Library Card Number.
    • Click on the link to Searchasaurus or Kids Search

Here you can search for magazine articles on many different topics. Ask for help if you're just getting started!

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Homework Help

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