Click here to find helpful links for projects and assignments from Carlisle School teachers.
Gleason Public Library can help you find books not available in the school library. Tahleen, the teen librarian, is a great person to talk to about books, and she even has a blog: http://gleasonteens.tumblr.com/.
The CCHS Learning Commons is the library for Concord-Carlisle High School students, where Mrs. Cicchetti is the librarian.
Sweet Search lets you find information in a safe online environment, with information you can trust because it's been checked by teachers and librarians.
The Internet Public Library for Kids is a great place to find the information you're looking for, and if you can't find what you need, you can ask a librarian! Older students can explore the Teen section.
The CIA World Factbook has up-to-date information on the history, people, government, economy, geography and more of 267 world entities.
Atlapedia.com has physical and political maps as well as facts and statistics about the countries of the world.
Use Ultralingua to help look up vocabulary words from English in Spanish or French.
WordCentral.Com is an online dictionary just for students. To use the thesaurus, just click the button next to the word "thesaurus."
KidsReads is a site about books and reading just for kids! Find out about your favorite authors, learn about books that are coming to the big screen, and hear about the newest releases first. A must-visit for our enthusiastic readers.
What Should I Read Next is easy to use. Just type in the name of the author or book that you really liked, and the site will recommend similar books for you to try. Check it out!
BiblioNasium lets kids who love to read connect with other kids who love to read. Share book recommendations, log your books read, ask questions and find something new to read all in one place! A safe, kids-only environment.
Starfall.com lets beginning readers learn their letters and sounds through fun songs and games. Older readers can explore the more advanced books on the site and practice reading independently or following along with the read-aloud.
TumbleBooks is an interactive e-book site provided by the Gleason Public Library. Watch, listen and read on your computer or tablet to improve reading skills. Features include read-aloud text, customizable settings, quizzes, games, and more!
MyStorymaker is a site from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, PA. You can use it to create your very own stories online - choose from characters, plots, and more and see what happens next.
LitPick is the site for lovers of YA literature. Sign up, review books and share your thoughts with the world.
Youngzine has news and more just for young people. Learn about what's happening in the world today and stay informed.
Science News for Kids has daily stories in science that are of interest to students.
Space.com brings you all the latest news about space and space-related topics.
Science@Nasa has all things space-related for the public.