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Countries – Mr. Snyder

Using Culture Grams is a great way to begin your research with current and reliable information. CIA — The World Factbook United Nations Statistics Division – Millennium Indicators Background Notes Global Issues That Affect Everyone Country Studies: Area Handbook Series (Library of Congress / Federal Research Division) Index Mundi – Country Facts CPL Kids Pages: [...]

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8th grade Language Arts classes have had some time to look at the many books available in the library.  What did you check out?  Let us know by filling out this exit ticket before you leave today.

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While our library does contain over 14,000 items, you may need to take advantage of our Union Catalog (all Seattle Schools) or your Public Library when you are looking for a Book on your topic. Eckstein Library Catalog Seattle Public Libraries Magazine, Journal or Newspaper Articles - As you search for News Articles, be sure to [...]

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8th Grade Science Projects

Here are some possible places to look for Science Project Ideas. Exploratorium: Snacks Science Explorer Science Experiments You Can Do Kid Science at FatLion BJ Pinchbeck Earth Science Experiments For Kids  Easy Science Experiment Projects Exploratorium: Astronomy Astronomy – Science Experiments Reeko’s Mad Scientist Lab Hundreds of Science Fair Projects Science Fair Projects and Ideas [...]

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8th Grade IRP – Researchability

As you search for News Articles, be sure to use one of the following resources: eLibrary ProQuest There are a number of options available to you when searching for a Reference Article: World Book Online Issues and Controversies Pop Culture Universe ABC Clio Social Studies Database Medline Plus While our library does contain over 14,000 [...]

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NPR eLibrary  Proquest Don’t forget to cite your source, the Eckstein Library’s citation machine of choice is EasyBib.  Give it a try, it really is EASY!

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