Hamilton, Boni
December 2011
Library Sparks;Dec2011, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p44
The article discusses various Web tools that students can use to access information on the Internet. These tools include child-friendly search engines, child-friendly websites for common research topics in social studies and science, and vocabulary websites. The specialized search engines are Who Is and Comparison Search while the child-friendly websites include Social Studies for Kids, National Geographic for Kids, and Atlapedia. Word Central and Wordsmyth help with vocabulary.


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