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Gr. 4-8 Websites
Google and Wikipedia are cool, but they’re not the only way to search
Here are some other categories to search:
|Art, Music, Crafts||Religion||Science & Technology|
|Books, Authors, Readers||Sports||Science Fair Project Ideas|
|Language Arts||United States||Space|
A.Pintura, Art Detective An interactive site that uses a detective story to learn about art.
Hands on Crafts Activities and info on a variety of crafts, including pottery, basket-making, etc.
Albright Artgames Interactive site that teaches about the elements artists use to tell a story with a picture.
Children’s Literature Author Websites Find your favorite authors’ websites.
Guys Read Find great books here especially (but not only) for guys!
Lexile.com Find the Lexile level for any book that has one.
AR Bookfinder Find the AR level and number of point for any book that has a quiz.
Kids Series & Sequels Find out what’s next in your favorite series.
Newbery Medal Winners All the Newbery award winners and honor books in one list.
Tumblebooks Online picture books that move and talk! The Tumblebooks collection also includes read-alongs for early readers, puzzles, games, book quizzes, audiobooks for older readers, and a collection of foreign language books.
TumblebookCloud Junior Contains early readers, chapter books, graphic novels, audiobooks, classics and National Geographic videos. Great for English Language Learners because you can listen and read along. For grades 3-8.
Easy Bib Help with your bibliography and footnote citations. Be sure to copy and paste your work- EasyBib won’t save it.
Storyjumper Create and publish your own children’s book in 7 easy steps! (Requires free sign up)
Scratch Learn to code with this fun, free object-oriented language system developed for kids by MIT
Dance Mat Typing Learn to type in this offering from the BBC. Be careful of the teacher’s Scottish accent.
Wix.com Create your own website using an email and password to log in.
Library of Congress A fun look at our nation's official library
National Geographic Kids Excellent world news site with videos, activities, games, and stories.
Peace Corps Kids World Accept a mission to help a village.
United Nations Information on the United Nations for students.
BBC Religions You can choose a short or long description of a wide range of small and large religions as Zoroastrianism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, or Hinduism. Long descriptions include information on beliefs, customs, traditions and holy days.
United Religions Initiative The basics on major world religions.
SI for Kids Sports Illustrated for Kids online includes current sports news, personalities, and more.
Olympic.org Official site of the Olympic games. Includes information on individual sports and athletes expected to compete at upcoming Olympic games.
50 States.com Information on the 50 states (plus commonwealths and territories). Includes famous people, state flags, government, economy and more.
Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government for Kids Excellent information organized by grade level (K-12).
Great Chicago Fire Lots of excellent info and pictures on the Great Chicago Fire.
Statetris Test your geography skills and manual dexterity by playing Tetris with US states instead of blocks.
Eagle Cam See live video from the National Conservation Training Center of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Elephant Sanctuary See live video, view pictures and learn about the elephants at the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee.
Panda Cam See live video from the San Diego Zoo.
Ape Cam See live video from the San Diego Zoo.
Westminster Kennel Club Site of the organization that holds one of the most prestigious dog shows in the world. This site covers various dog-related topics.
AquaFacts Learn about marine animals and habitats from the Vancouver Marine Aquarium.
Catch the Science Bug Turn your home into your very own science lab using everyday household items. Watch videos, get ideas, and read all about the world you live in.
Earth Sky Science News Science topics and scientists in the news.
Exploratorium Excellent science site from the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts. Features hands-on activities, demos and exhibits.
How Things Are Made Find out how gum, refrigerators, shaving cream, fireworks, frisbees, etc. are made. Learn the history of the product, the materials, and how it’s made!
Wonderopolis Info on pretty much anything you've ever wondered about. If you can't find it, you can ask it.
KidsHealth for Kids Current health news and issues.
The Virtual Cave The amazing story of caves in words and pictures.
What’s it Like Where You Live? Learn all about biomes and habitats
Wildflower Information and Pictures Help identify and learn about wildflowers in our area and other areas.
Your Big Backyard and Ranger Rick Online From the National Wildlife Federation.
Discovery Kids Fun, facts, stories and games.
Nasa’s Space Place Space games, projects and more for younger kids.
The Planets: a Multimedia Tour of the Solar System An excellent, detailed site about our solar system.