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Internet resource guides exist at Thrall.org and other websites listed below.

If you would like help finding a specific website, please contact our Reference Department, consult our databases if you are a member of our library, or consider using our free Ask a Librarian service.

Common Sense Media: Best Websites - Our Recommendations for Families
"Looking for great websites for kids? Our editors have made it easy with these hand-picked lists of fun, age-appropriate kids' sites and online games. It's a big world on the web, but with lists like ours, it can be a worthwhile one for your kids."
Fact Monster
Information Please Almanac has put an almanac, thesaurus, encyclopedia and dictionary in one place. It includes a homework center and games and quizzes.
Great Websites for Kids
These sites have been evaluated and selected by librarians for quality, accuracy, ease of use. Directory provided by the American Library Association (ALA).
Homework Spot
Information for elementary, middle and high school as well as parents and teachers.
"Created by a network of UK universities and partners. Subject specialists select and evaluate the websites in our database and write high quality descriptions of the resources." Their database contains over 110,000 records.
Websites selected by librarians. Originally created by the Ramapo Catskill Library System, now maintained by San Jose State University's School of Library and Information Science
Kidspace @ the Internet Public Library
General references that include links to dictionaries, encyclopedias, almanacs, and other sites for homework help or just looking things up.
Middletown Thrall Library Internet Resource Guides
In addition to this Ready Reference guide, which you are viewing right now, we maintain a variety of resource guides covering more subjects yet. You may browse or search our guides. Also check out our databases and blogs.
Pete's Powerpoint Station
Free Powerpoint presentations for educational use. You can also find free clip art, video clips, templates, contests and games. If you do not have Microsoft PowerPoint installed on your computer, Microsoft offers a free PowerPoint viewer you can download to view presentations.
Read Write Think: Afterschool Resources
Ideas for activities, educational games for students and parents. Browse by grade level. From the International Reading Association (IRA) and National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).

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