Here are a few websites to help you with your animal abuse/animal cruelty research:
Welcome to the library for your animal research! Here is a list of good websites to try. If you need help, just raise your hand.
National Geographic Kids
Check the list for your animal. Can't find it? Try searching the National Geographic Animals site - it's a little harder to read, so let Ms. Mernick or Mrs. Chunara know if you need help.
San Diego Zoo animals site
Look for animals by type, or search the full list.
Britannica Online Animal Kingdom
This is an online encyclopedia for elementary school kids. To find your animal, scroll down to the alphabetical list under Explore Animals A-Z. You also could type your animal's name in the search box at the top.
Look for your animal on the list of fact sheets. They are organized by continent, so you might find your animal in more than one place.
Search for your animal by the first letter of its name.
Find your animal on the A to Z lists by animal type, or use the search box at the top.
The animal facts page of the Science Kids website has kid-friendly information on a whole list of animals.
Hello, I'm Ms. Mernick, the library media teacher at Clinton. This blog will give students easy access to resources and links to use for assignments and research. Questions or suggestions? Contact me at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.