Looking for a research paper topic? Explora For Kids is an easy-to-use database perfect for students! Whether you are looking to find a research topic or just answering burning questions about science, nature, art, or people. All you need is a library card to access this great resource from anywhere.

A simple-to-use search gives students results including articles, essays, images, and videos. All results are kid friendly and easy to understand. Each article has a clearly marked Lexile reading level. Most articles have an audio file so struggling readers can still access information. You can even download the images, articles, and maps to save for later or to print them out.

Explora For Kids makes it easy for students to search by keyword or by topic to find the information they need and is specifically designed for student research. Students can find reliable information from magazines, encyclopedias, and dictionaries on a wide range of subjects on Explora. Students can search by keywords or browse by subject to find what they need. So the next time your student needs to find information for a report or wants more information about a subject, Explora has information your student needs.

Click here to find Explora, as well as the A-Z list of Resources for Kids. 

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