What fun--you can listen to entries being read with an American, a British or an Australian accent! And you can listen to the entry being read quickly or slowly!
For elementary, middle and high school students. Find out about objects and ideas that have changed how we live today from the steam engine to the toothbrush. Corresponds to science and social studies curriculums.
For elementary, middle and high school students. Covers the origins and rise of each civilization; the role of women; methods of warfare; daily life and customs; diet; housing; legal system; religion, and holidays.
For middle and high school students. Allows students to explore environmental issues and current efforts to reduce human impact on the environment.
For preschool and elementary school students. Offers narrated stories, provides leveled reading practice, and is a child’s first online encyclopedia!
For kids, contains more than 80 popular elementary school magazines. Articles are assigned a reading level indicator (Lexiles). Also contains the American Heritage Children's Dictionary and thousands of photos, maps and flags.
For middle school students, contains full text for more than 150 popular magazines. All full-text articles are assigned a reading level indicator (Lexiles). Also contains biographies, photos, maps and flags.
Start here to find out about people in other countries! Listen to the national anthem, look at pictures, and try recipes. Learn about each country’s history, customs, and government, and see what everyday life is like.
Looking for information about an American Indian tribe or working on a Native American Heritage Month project? This is an easy-to-use resource with biographies, major events coverage, primary sources, & maps.
For both pre-school and elementary school students. Easy-to-read articles along with engaging images, illustrations, interactive games and activities.