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Meadow Drive Library Online Databases


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ABDOZoom: Young readers will explore pages of fascinating and interactive animal content in depth! Animals can be easily filtered by geography, habitat, and classification.

BookFLIX lets you read and watch fiction and non-fiction stories.
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BrainPOP Jr. has animated stories about many subjects.

Britannica Online is a great place to search for facts.

FactCite: Students can search or browse a vast amount of information as well as make use of other helpful features, such as printable full-color and outline illustrations and maps

Kids InfoBits has many articles about geography, current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, history, sports and more.

TrueFlix has hundreds of units to supplement social studies and science core curricula learning, TrueFlix® is a highly-engaging multimedia resource that can be used in the library, the classroom, on mobile devices, or at home.

PebbleGo is an easy to-use searching tools, beautiful pictures and videos of your favorite animals. Try the new space and planet section.

Powerkids helps you learn about Life and Physical Science and Earth and Space. Have fun, play games and learn how to do hands-on experiments.
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Report Builder is an interactive question-and-answer approach that supports inquiry-based learning and helps emerging researchers find the information they need to write reports. Curriculum-based topics are concise and supported by eye-catching visuals.

TumbleBooks Library lets you have fun with animated, talking picture books.

WorldBook Online offers 6 different databases, some with easy-to-read articles, maps, pictures and related websites. There is even a Spanish database.

TumblebookMath has a collection of math stories including animation, narration, and sound to create a compeling and enticing story book for students of all ages