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A Maths Dictionary for Kids
Interactive, animated math dictionary with over 630 common math terms and words explained in simple language with examples.



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AAA Know
AAA Know provides free interactive math lessons about basic arithmetic and related K-8 math topics.



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AR BookFinder
AR BookFinder is a web-based search tool that was created for parents, guardians, and students to search for appropriate Accelerated Reader books.



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Book Adventure
Book Adventure is a fun, free way to motivate your child to read!  Kids in grades K-8 can search for books, read them offline, come back to quiz on what they’ve read, and earn prizes for their reading success.



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Brainfuse offers a comprehensive suite of online academic services designed to support many learning needs and styles.



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Cumberland County Public Library
Cumberland County Public Library offers a wide variety of materials and programs for all.



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Access your library account, renew your books, place holds and more.



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DK Find Out!
DK Find Out! is a general interest site with fun facts, quizzes, games, and activities on a wide variety of topics.



Earthquake Safety Activities (PDF)For Your Information Written on Yellow Stripe Down Road
This publication provides ready-to-use, hands-on activities for students and teachers explaining what happens during an earthquake, how to prepare for earthquake shaking, and how to stay safe during and after an earthquake.


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Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, provides web access to some of the world’s great museums, libraries, cultural institutions, and universities. Lesson plans are also available for educators.



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A free online encyclopedia with entries, article, facts, images and more from authoritative and respected sources often used in libraries.



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Find information about a variety of subjects ranging from weather facts to homework help to quizzes and games.



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Whether you are looking for something to do after school or to fulfill a service requirement, you’ll find inspiration to change the world around you here. This interactive website has a volunteer position search, blogs full of personal stories, and offers project tips from young people like you!



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KidLit TV
KidLit TV utilizes technologies such as videos and podcasts to promote children’s literature and to inspire kids to read, write, and draw.



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Kids Know it Network
Visit this website for games, activities, worksheets, and information about subjects like history, geography, geology, spelling, dinosaurs, math, and astronomy. You can also find free educational songs and videos.




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Kids Libray Point
Sponsored by the Central Rappahannock Regional Library (Fredericksburg, VA), includes book reviews, holiday information, self-quiz on books you read, homework help, program scrapbooks, activity section, web links and even a younger children section.



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Merriam-Webster Online
Aside from the wonderful access to the dictionary, this site offers words games and a word for the day.



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Multnomah County (Ore.) Library Kids Page
A Homework Center with more than 500 sites, the Beverly Cleary Sculpture Garden site, and the Library Joke of the Month.



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New York Public Library “On-Lion” for Kids
NYPL’s site includes many booklists and an easy-to-use design.



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Looking for images to include in a project?  Teachers and students are granted permission to use all of the free images in this collection.



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The Purdue Online Writing Lab
Learn more about grammar and punctuation.



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StoryPlace: The Children’s Digital Library
Take a virtual trip to The Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County.  Stories, online activities, take-home activities, and reading lists can be found in English and Spanish.




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The Learning Network: Teaching and Learning with the New York Times
The New York Times Learning Network provides teaching and learning materials and ideas based on NYT content.  It includes lesson plans and resources for teachers as well as quizzes and activities for students 13 and older.



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A kids’ portal to the U.S. government, this site was developed by the Federal Citizen Information Center.  It provides links to Federal kids sites along with kids sites from other organizations all grouped by subject.



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You Are Here
Explore the virtual mall and learn about advertising and how it impacts your life.  Learn about how to be a smart consumer, protect your privacy, and avoid scams and rip-offs.  Parents and teachers, check out the parent and teacher pages, with activities and ideas for using this site to teach kids about advertising.



Various Cartoon Students Under Text Be A HeroYouth Emergency Preparedness Curriculum: Ready Kids
Emergency preparedness curriculum for grades 1-12 that teach kids what to do before, during, and after an emergency while fostering critical 21st-century skills such as problem-solving, teamwork, creativity, leadership, and communication.



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Your Dictionary
Provides an easy-to-use search engine for words and the results are quite detailed.  Also offers 400 different language dictionaries.




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ZisBoomBah offers an interactive way for kids to choose what to eat for dinner.  Sign up is free and parents receive kid-friendly dinner lists and recipes.




Published by Manuel Hicks on November 7, 2019