Getting Acquainted with Kids InfoBits
Students can sign into their Google accounts and save any articles and notes directly into their Google drive.
Type in here to search for topics of interest. Be sure to use search terms, not your entire question. A search term is the important word or words you need.
Example: I want to know what forms of energy are the best for our environment. So my key words are "energy" "environment". Try this and see what results you get.
Browse topics allows me to explore areas that interest me and narrow down to what I really want to learn. Select an area to explore. Be ready to tell a friend what you found. If you click on the words "Browse Topics" you will have even more choices!
Example: Click on animals. Then select birds and owls. Look at the different types of resources you found. How many magazine articles do you find?
Great for Teachers! Maybe you are looking for recent articles about the election this year? Or you want articles about energy that are written at just the right level for your students, or even 2-3 differentiated levels. Advanced search allows you to narrow down exactly what you want.
Look at the resources on Florence Nightingale. What do they tell you?
What information is available about each article? Hint: Follow the arrows!

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