Databases for Kids

Britannica Learning Zone
The Britannica Learning Zone offers an engaging online tool for early-childhood learning, covering letters, words, numbers, time, sound, geography, and more. This activity-centered learning environment- created for Pre-Kindergarten through 2nd grade- supports classroom curriculum and helps students build technology skills.
Provided by the MA Board of Library Commissioners and MA Regional Library Systems

Encyclopaedia Britannica- Kids Edition
Two age-appropriate encyclopedias, complete with Spanish Translator, Read Aloud, and citations, are the cornerstone of Britannica Public Library Edition for Kids. With one search, children will enjoy the convenience of finding quick answers as well as extensive related information from Britannica-approved Web sites, news, and journals and magazines. The Student Center is helpful for school projects and assignments, with its atlas, biographies, multimedia, “How To” guides for reports, and other learning materials.
Provided by the MA Board of Library Commissioners and MA Regional Library Systems

Encyclopaedia Britannica- School Edition
Choose either the Elementary, Middle or High School Edition to explore, search, and learn.
Provided by the MA Board of Library Commissioners and MA Regional Library Systems

InfoTrac K-12 Student Edition
Designed for secondary school students. Includes mainly full-text magazines, newspapers and reference books covering current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, people, government, history, sports and more.
Provided by the MA Board of Library Commissioners and MA Regional Library Systems

Kids InfoBits
Targeting the research needs of grades K-5 students. this resources incudes Blackbirch Press curriculum support references, 100 full-text age appropriate magazines and 2 newswires. Graphs, charts, maps and over 2,500 searchable images.
Provided by the MA Board of Library Commissioners and MA Regional Library Systems

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