Great Sites for Kids
Links for Young Children
World Book Online
The following links are resources that may be useful to children and their adults
as they complete homework for school. For a list of organizations in Allen County that provide homework
help and tutoring services, please see
our Local Learning and Literacy Resources page.
Art & Music
Essentials of Music
This site includes a glossary of musical terms
and biographies of composers.
Museum of Art - Explore and Learn
Explore art by subject, various
artists, and the timeline of art history.
Pics 4 Learning Copyright-free Images for Students and Teachers
Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students.
Travel 500 years into the past to discover Renaissance art.
Check out our list of Poetry Resources!
ReadWriteThink Links to Student Resources
Use these tools and games to sharpen your skills.
Theoi Project:Greek Mythology
A site exploring Greek mythology
and the gods in classical literature and art.
Look up words, build your own dictionary and much
more at this Merriam-Webster site.
Ask Dr. Math
The ultimate experts answer those tough math questions.
Math is Fun - Homework Help
Games, Worksheets and Answers!
Facts about countries around the world.
B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
The ultimate list of homework
help and reference sites, started by teenager, B.J. Pinchbeck.
A library of websites on all topics.
A current online almanac.
Full of links to helpful homework sites.
Links to helpful websites for the elementary student.
Cool historical timeline covering 3,000 years.
Explore this list of free research databases--quality places to find answers!
Information about the cable networks science programs,
activities, and more.
Those with questions about animals, click here!
How Products Are Made
Information about manufactured items and biographies of inventors.
Choose your North American country and then browse to see and hear native birds in their natural habitats.
This Canadian museum has a cool (and helpful!)
Lots of links about what's beyond our planet.
Ranger Rick Homework Help
Highlights from Ranger Rick Magazine.
Smithsonian Museum of Natural History - Student Resources
Activities found here are designed to encourage the development of science inquiry and critical thinking skills.
What Tree Is That?
Use the online version at the bottom of the page to dentify trees by leaf, fruit, or name.
Background information on science topics in today's news.
This homepage includes a folder for each state.
Our collection of sites celebrating African-American
Eyewitness accounts of early American exploration and settlement.
Best of History Web Sites
Choose any time period from pre-history to current day.
By Popular Demand: Portraits of the Presidents and First Ladies
This includes a timeline of presidents and first ladies.
Ellis Island/Port of New York ship passenger records.
Government Agency-Made Pages for Kids
This list will lead you to many sites built by U.S. Government agencies for kids.
Full text of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I
Have a Dream" speech.
An awesome virtual atlas -- takes you anywhere you want
Maps and Country Information
My Wonderful World -- For Kids and Teens
Geography sites to explore.
Printable outline maps of the United States.
Another 50 states information site, this one
from the Internet Public Library.
U. S. Census Bureau: Kids Korner
Provides students with information, quizzes, and games about the 50 States.
U.S. Government Sites for Kids
FirstGov for Kids provides links
to Federal kids' sites along with some of the best kids' sites from
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