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The Polar Express
Publication Date: 2015-09-15
1986 Caldecott Medal Winner
A young boy, lying awake one Christmas Eve, is welcomed aboard a magical trip to the North Pole . . . Through dark forests, over tall mountains, and across a desert of ice, the Polar Express makes its way to the city atop the world, where the boy will make his Christmas wish. For millions of readers worldwide, this mysterious journey to the North Pole has become a beloved classic.
Which of these resources will help you find the information that you are looking for?
This site has lots of different websites you can use to help you learn about your topic or interest. Some of the sites include: Kids Search (a search engine for kids), NoveList K-8 (will help you find a book to read), Encyclopedia Britannica and more!
- Britannica School - Elementary
An outstanding online encyclopedia that will read the articles to you. It has a little bit of everything! A wonderful resources for pictures and other media for projects.
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Culturegrams will teach you about places. The information is being updated all the time by people who live in those places you visit at this site.
- Discovery Education
Discovery Education is full of videos, photos, educational music and other multimedia resources you can use.
FactCite has 4 databases for Country View students to use. Biographies, mythology, American history, and science.
PebbleGo will teach you about animals, earth science, space and biographies!
- PebbleGo Next
PebbleGo Next focuses on the 50 states and Native American cultures.
- World Book
World Book is an online encyclopedia. It has information about people, places, things and events.
Are you looking for a fun book to read? Try some of these!
Bookflix has fiction and nonfiction books you can read.
- Capstone Interactive ebooks
ebooks for students from Capstone. All books have unlimited access.
This website has nonfiction ebooks about the United State's history. Some of the topics include but are not limited to: the colonial era, our democracy, westward expansion, immigration, slavery and the civil war, and the economy.
TumbleBooks has lots of different picture books.
Trueflix has a variety of nonfiction books about science and history.