Research

Google is often the "go-to" resource for online research. However, search results on Google are sometimes overwhelming because of the advertisements and number of hits. Try some of these databases and search engines to help with your research.




   
 visit PebbleGo (opens in new window)
See Mrs. Van Horn for Access Code!
   visit Mid-Continent Library (opens in new window)    Explora (opens in new window)
PebbleGo- This is an award-winning pre-K to grade 3 database for reading and research. It includes built-in tools for emerging readers. Leveled text, and educational games.   Midcontinent Online Library - Use your library card or the school's institution card to login and access these resources.    Explora-  Park Hill
School District students and teachers can access
this database for research. 
 Primary Search (Opens in New Window)    

visit Wonderopolis (opens in new window)


   

 visit Kidtopia (opens in new window)


 Primary Search Park Hill 
School District students and teachers can access this database for research. 
   Wonderopolis - Why is the sky blue? What is snow made of? Why do dogs chase their tail? Find out this and other wonders on this site.   Kidtopia is a kid-friendly search engine.
                      
  visit Safe Search Kids (opens in new window)
   visit Kid Rex (opens in new window)    visit Kids Click (opens in new window)
Safe Search Kids is a kid-friendly  search engine.

  KidRex is a kid-friendly search engine.   Kids Click is a kid-friendly search engine.

       
 

 visit Discovery Kids (opens in new window)



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   visit Infoplease (opens in new window)    visit CIA factbook  (opens in new window)

Discovery Kids - This site has videos and games about all categories of science--from animals to space to new inventions.

  Infoplease has a dictionary, atlas, encyclopedia, and thesaurus. It also has searchable categories to narrow your search.    CIA Factbook - Researching a country? Need information on population? This site has up-to-date information and is sponsored by the CIA. 
visit Ducksters (opens in new window)
   visit National Geographic Kids (opens in new window)    visit A to Z Animals (opens in new window)
Ducksters - Working on a biography? Ducksters is a great place to start. 
  National Geographic Kids has information about animals and their habitats. there are also games and videos.
  A-Z Animals - If you need information about animals--this is a great site with accurate information. 
visit DK Find Out (opens in new window)
 

visit MoreNet website (opens in new window)



   

              visit A-Z Animals - Animal Facts, Images and Resources (opens in new window)

A to Z Animals 


DK Find Out is an easy-to-use research tool. If you are researching animals, this is a great place! 
   MoreNet online

picture books and databases.


   A-Z Animals - If you need information about animals--this is a great site with accurate information.
 visit Fact Monster (opens in new window)    Britannica Kids    
Factmonster is an online site that includes almanacs, encyclopedias.   Britannica Kids