The following databases are age-appropriate resources for students.
WorldBook Online: Start your research here! A suite of online research tools that includes encyclopedia articles, primary source collections, student activities, pictures, audio, and video, complemented by current periodicals and related Web sites.
Brain POP: Watch animated videos of science, history, reading, writing, and more!
Explora Primary provides full-text articles in HTML or PDF format, thousands of images, videos, and tools to translate, annotate, cite, listen to, print, save, email, and share content (e.g. to Google Classroom). In addition, Topic Overviews provide background information to help you get started with your research.
FactCite: A database full of easy-to-read biography and historical information, perfect for classroom presentations and reports.
GALE Elementary allows students to learn at a comfortable pace as they move through periodicals, videos, and more to find information that draws them into any topic. The content matches to elementary-level curricula and comes from reliable publishers, like Encyclopædia Britannica, Blackbirch Press, Youngzine, and more.
PebbleGo: The award winning PreK-3 database for reading and research.
Research Rocket: Find topical research with age-appropriate, vetted sources. Explore topics, trends, and current events that align with most curricular areas.