Kids - Homework Links
B.J Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
A great collection of over 700 homework sites collected by a kid for kids.
Full of facts, articles, homework help and an online atlas, dictionary, almanac and encyclopedia: this site is a great place for homework help
Statistical Resources on the Web
A resource that offers links to statistical information about the United States and the world on subjects such as health, education, population and weather from the University of Michigan.
ALA 700+ Great Sites!
Over 700 great sites for kids collected by the American Library Association.
Animal Diversity Web
An online encyclopedia of animals, including distribution, classification, and conservation created by the University of Michigan.
Links to websites about pets, domestic animals and wild animals are found on this site.
National Geographic Creature Feature
Photos, video, audio, postcards, fun facts, and more about a number of animals
An encyclopedia of art works searchable by artist, nationality, art movement, medium and subject.
National Gallery of Art - NGA Kids
Art adventures, tours and activities from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Be sure to click on Watson & the Shark!
Essentials of Music
Whether you're a casual listener or a serious music student, here's the site for basic information about classical music.
Features a gallery of thousands of images of paper money from around the world.
Countries of the World
Each country profile provides information on geography, maps, flags, history, current ruler, area, population, capital, largest cities, languages, ethnicity/race, religion, literacy rate, economy and government
Flags of the World
Thousands of pictures of current and historical flags for the countries of the world, including military flags, state flags and flag protocol.
This site from the United Nations compares up to five nations at a time on economy, environment, health and technology.
US Department of State Background Notes
Each country profile includes: geography, map, flag, government, economy, history, current political conditions, foreign relations, pictures and links to the U.S. embassy.
FindArticles.com is an archive of published articles. Constantly updated, it contains articles dating back to 1998 from more than 300 magazines and journals
Newspapers US and Worldwide
Links to the current edition of newspapers from the United States and around the world
Search the News
Search thousands of the best of United States and world news sources, including newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations
Scholastic News Zone
Check out this online news center for kids from Scholastic.
Time for Kids
This online version of Time magazine is just for kids.
The Acronym Database
An acronym is a special type of abbreviation, made up from the initial letters of the words of a phrase, like FBI for Federal Bureau of Investigation, and this database allows you to look up many different acronyms.
Part of Fact Monster, this encyclopedia is easy to use and has over 57,000 articles from the Columbia Encyclopedia.
One page searching using dictionaries, research tools, translations and maps.
Quickly look up words in the Merriam-Webster's Student Dictionary, and then try the daily buzzwords.
YourDictionary.com offers more than 1800 dictionaries with more than 250 languages.
Distinguished Women of Past and Present
This site has biographies of famous women searchable by name or subject area.
Includes biographies of famous mathematicians searchable by name or date, a timeline and a special section on women mathematicians.
Over 30,000 biographies searchable by name and category.
Official web site of the Nobel Foundation offering articles about Nobel laureates and their achievements.
1,000 Most Common Words in English
This web page lists the 1,000 most common words used in the English language.
Big Dog's Grammar
Explains the basics of English grammar in simple language.
Tips and inspiration for writing poetry as well as information about poetry
This website helps solve math problems and gives step-by-step explanations of the solutions.
MacTutor History of Mathematics
Biographies of over 1000 mathematicians searchable by name, historical period, and country of Origin.
A Maths Dictionary For Kids
This site features an animated and interactive dictionary that explains over 400 math terms and concepts.
The text of this classic is online with hyperlinks throughout the site.
Over 6,000 entries on mythology from around the world can be searched.
All about the heroes, gods, goddesses and monsters of ancient Greece with some myths Animated.
Online! Citation Styles
Contains instructions on how to cite websites and other Internet information for bibliographies using MLA and APA styles.
Tips and tricks to help improve study skills.
Dan's Wild West Weather Page
Information about climate, hurricanes, tornadoes, forecasting and other weather information may be found on this site.
The Nine Planets
Nine Planets is an overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of each of the planets and moons in our solar system
WebElements Periodic Table
Click on any of the elements on this periodic table for full information.
Windows to the Universe
This site features extensive information about space and the planets and includes numerous photos and an option to view the site at a beginner, intermediate or advanced level.
Everything about dinosaurs can be found on this site, including a great section on dinosaur fact sheets.
Discovery School Science Fair Central
A comprehensive guide to science projects including a handbook, project ideas, tip sheets and links.
IPL Science Fair Project Resource Guide
A general guide to science fair projects, including a handbook, project ideas, tip sheets and links.
Science Fair Projects
Links to science project sites that include project ideas and help on setting up your project.
Virtual Science Fair
Created by elementary students this site shows examples of completed science fair Projects.
A great search engine for kids for homework and for fun.
Ask Jeeves For Kids
You can search the Internet by asking Jeeves your questions.
KidsClick! Web Search
KidsClick! is a search engine for kids created by librarians offering a search engine and over 600 categories.
Awesome Library organizes the Web with 20,000 reviewed resources.
Search Engines for Older Kids
All theWeb indexes over 2.1 billion web pages.
Try AltaVista's advanced search for in depth searches
A great search engine and easy to use
A meta-search engine that is easy to use and gives great search results.
This search engine gives results by category and by relevance.
This popular search engine searches using categories.
Complete information on all 50 states with links to topics such as government, cities, people, flags and state symbols.
The American Civil War Homepage
A comprehensive collection of links on the Civil War.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
This site provides learning tools for K-12 students, parents, and teachers on the U. S. government.
State and County QuickFind
This site from the U.S. Census Bureau offers easy access to facts about people, businesses and geography.
White House for Kids
Learn all about the White House and the President on this fun site. Be sure to see the feature on the White House pets.
This website on ancient Egypt from the British Museum includes such topics as everyday life, religion, mummies, pyramids and writing.
The Roman Empire - Children's Section
Information on Roman history including famous Romans, gladiators, gods and goddesses, buildings and a tour of ancient Rome.
Learn about everyday life in the Middle Ages.
Examines how and why the Renaissance occurred.
World War I - Trenches on the Web
Information available includes biographies, a timeline, causes of World War I and maps.
GI World War II Commemoration
Information from the Encyclopedia Americana includes the history of World War II, biographies, photos and a quiz.
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
Hundreds of pages of original content and links to Holocaust resources on the web.