Acclaimed reading advocate provides insights into the Accelerated Reading program.
A report needs to cite references to help readers identify the original material used to write the paper. Following a consistent referencing style is an integral part of research-paper writing.
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Check out these books full of great ideas for experiments you can do at home or take to a science fair!
Need to find the answer to a question fast? Fact Monster is the place! Guide to all types of factoids, trivia, statistics, data and information on little pieces of information on a variety of subjects.
Every good writer knows that editing and proofreading a paper or writing piece is essential. Learn tips and guidelines here.
Sometimes it is difficult to remember the steps or order of research to create a really great paper or presentation. This site will teach you the Big6 steps to remember when researching. Games and activities make learning fun!
A giant guide to reference and help for English and writing including dictionaries, style guides, authors and illustrators, bibliography help and more.
The Public Speaking Center provides you with links to effective speech writing tips, resources for public speaking and profiles of other kids involved in public speaking.