|How Stuff Works
Learn how everything works. From digital cameras to identity theft, this site is a treasure trove of useful and searchable information.
NASA Kids Club
Learn space sciences at this site from NASAs Marshall Space Flight Center. With games, projects, news, this site seeks "to inform, inspire, and involve"
children of all ages and reading levels.
The Why Files
A project of the National Institute for Science Education, this site offers well-researched and clearly written investigations of current topics in science; a new story is posted every other week. The site also includes a small but worthy collection of scientific images.
All kinds of interesting facts about almost anything you can think of together in one place and arranged by subject!
Created by Infoplease, the homework center contains kid-friendly facts, figures, and research guides for any homework subject that might come up after school!
SEARCH THE WEB
Get Net Wise
Tools for parents to help keep kids safe on the web, sites families can visit together, and tips from law enforcement about what to do in case you suspect trouble.
A comprehensive Internet safety website, brought to you by the National Education Association Health Information Network. Provides up-to-date information about online trends and behavior, and offers practical cyber safety tools for use in the home and the classroom.
Great Websites for Kids
A great starting point for most children looking to explore the Internet.
Websites hand-picked by librarians on many types of information that are all kid friendly and arranged by subject.
The forum for parents, teens, experts, everybody to discuss safe socializing on the fixed and mobile web
Cyber Sleuth Kids
Pre-prepared internet searches for kids arranged by subject.
DATABASES FOR KIDS
Online database provided by the Sausalito Public Library for kids, parents, librarians and teachers, to help all users discover books to read and love. Includes lists of award winners, book discussion guides, read-alikes, and author biographies. Accessible from home with a MARINet library card.
Last updated: 7/21/2014 5:46:46 PM