Databases are paid subscriptions that allow users to look for specific information in various sources. From home, they usually require a username and/or password.
Brain Pop This video database is for older elementary students and includes cool videos about all kinds of subjects. It's a fun place to learn about many interesting subjects. Take the quiz after watching the videos to check your learning.
Brain Pop Jr. Just like Brain Pop, this video database has lots of great videos and games about many subjects. This one is geared to K-3 students.
Culture Grams This is a great source for finding out about cultures and places all over the world.
Primary Search is a full-text database that provides information from children's magazines, easy-to-read encyclopedias, and a vast image collection. This is a great database to learn about many topics.
Fact Cite is perfect for finding information about biographies, science, mythology and lots of other topics. Great for doing research and writing reports.
Gale in Context A full-service database allowing you to do one search to find information from reference books, magazines, newspapers and images.
Pebble Go is a great resource for younger students who are looking to find information about animals, Earth and space, biographies of famous people, and social studies.
Pebble Go Next is for older students who are looking for information on states and Native Americans. Organized geographically, information is well organized and presented in an easy-to-read format.
Power Kids Life Science is where you want to go if you need Life Science information. It's not only great for doing research, but it's also a fun site to look around and learn something new.
Power Knowledge Physical Science has information on all Physical science subjects including matter, force and motion, and the periodic table. Do some research or play a game!
Power Knowledge Earth Space Science has information on all Earth and Space science subjects including the planets, natural disasters, rocks and minerals and much more. Looking for a science fair project? You can find that here as well.
World Almanac Kids Want to find out a few facts about a certain country, state, or president? How about famous celebrities, authors, or sports players? Check out this database to get lots of interesting information.
World Almanac Kids Elementary Short articles, videos, and interactive features about many interesting, current topics from science, math, social studies, character education, and much more. Great for 1st-2nd grade students.