“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers…

An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.
02/02/2023 11:08 PM

“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers……….
An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

The Knowledge Library

WEB RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS

  • 4Kids.org TechKNOWLEDGEy! 4Kids.org is a team of educators, writers, technology specialists and students that produces weekly articles and links demonstrating how online learning can be a safe, fun and adventurous activity. Contain games, videos, ask, kids quest etc.
  • Ask An Expert: Connects you with hundreds of real world experts, ranging from astronauts to zookeepers. These experts have volunteered to answer your questions for free. Visit this site to have your questions answered.
  • Bartleby.com: Free literature resources like thousands of poems, reference works like thesaurus, quotations, English usage, fiction, non-fiction etc. Free ebooks.
  • Biology in Motion: Original, entertaining, interactive biology learning activities.
  • Bonus.com Kids’: Kids site featuring hundreds of games, puzzles and other activities. Play interactive games and imaginative activities, use online colouring books and explore worlds of information.
  • Bookjetty: Browse books under various categories such as popular, The site offers you organise your collection of books. Top rated, favourite, most discussed etc. It also connects to 300 libraries all over the world.
  • Bug Bios: This site offers an entomological insect database complete with photos and descriptions.
  • Career After 12th: Career related information on Institutes, Career choices, scholarships etc.
  • Career Guidance India: Career Guidance.
  • Career Guide: Another useful site providing information on various career options.
  • Career Test: Take a career test whether you are suitable for the career you have in mind.
  • CBSE Examination Related Materials: Examination related information on CBSE Official Site.
  • CBSE Guess: Educational portal of India for CBSE board students offering guess papers, sample papers and question banks. Search for tutors, BSE Books, eBooks, schools, alumni, CBSE Forum etc are also available.
  • CBSE Notes: Sample papers, previous year papers, quiz, practice tests, discussion forum for CBSE students.
  • CBSE Tutor: Free site for students and teachers offering lessons, test, assignments.
  • CBSE4India: Site gives access to question papers, syllabus, sample papers, Indian schools and related information.
  • CBSEmath.com: Specialised for CBSE Mathematics but offers question papers in other subjects too.
  • CBSEapers.info: Provides exam tips, guess papers, question bank, sample papers, quiz etc.
  • Chem4Kids: It’s an excellent tutorial for children learning scientific concepts and how math is integrated into science.
  • Cool Kids for a Cool Climate: Climate change explained in the simplest way for the kids.
  • Cool Science for Curious Kids: Cool Science for Curious KidsThe Howard Hughes Medical Institute invites curious kids to explore biology at this Web site. Activities include dust exploration, classifying critters, microscopy, plant parts, and more.
  • Cool Science for Curious Kids: The Howard Hughes Medical Institute invites curious kids to explore biology at this Web site. Activities include dust exploration, classifying critters, microscopy, plant parts, and more.
  • Discovery Channel: Videos, Games, Puzzles, News, Science Information – visit the famous discovery channel website.
  • Discovery School: Educational resources for students, teachers and parents, all in one place.
  • Down to Earth: India’s leading fortnightly on environment issues published by Society for Environmental Communications. Contact librarian for user name and password.
  • Earth and Mars Education Modules: Interactive student activities geared towards planet exploration.
  • Earthquakes: See information on current earthquakes.
  • Education2Home: Gives education related news and info from all over the world. online evaluation and grading of students of different classes. Various courses are provided.
  • Edugreen: Environmental information for students by TERI.
  • Electronic Zoo: This Electronic Zoo has a vast amount of resources and various links to the study of the animal kingdom as well the environments in which some they live.
  • Employment News: Employment News, published every week, is a good source of information on the variety of jobs and the qualifications required. The weekly also lists many competitive / entrance examinations, and publishes articles on careers.
  • Energy Facts and Games for Kids: Games, tips and facts for saving energy.
  • English-e-Classroom: English-e-Classroom will show you the way to success by paving a safe and secure passage through the turns and twists of the text in the text book. Here you will get the answers to the textual questions. All the same English-e-Classroom is not about ready-made answers to Textual Questions but about making the text easier to follow, easier to decipher and easier to remember.
  • Environment for Kids: Educational Resources on environment for teachers and students of all levels.
  • Environmental Portal and Search Engine: A portal for environment.
  • European Space Agency – Kids Site: Kids Site by European Space Agency with many activities.
  • Examville: Standardised tests, study aids, question answers, live classes and study groups to help the students.
  • Fact Monster: Fact Monster is an ideal reference site for kids ages 8-14 that provides entertainment and educational resources. It combines the contents of an encyclopaedia, a dictionary, an atlas, and several almanacs loaded with statistics, facts, and historical records. A single search engine allows you to search all these sources at once.
  • FAQ on Global Warming: National Climatic Data Centre, US Department of Commerce provides answers to the frequently asked questions on global warming.
  • Fizzy Funny Fuzzy poet: Poems for students by Gareth Lancaster. You can also listen to some of the poems.
  • Focusing on Words: Vocabulary building.
  • For Kids Only- Earth Science Enterprise: This site has many interesting activities for young students to learn about various earth science concepts. An interactive online colouring book is a unique feature of this web site.
  • FunBrain.com: Site with learning games for students.
  • Funology: Access a variety of games, activities, science experiments, recipes at this entertainment and educational website.
  • GandhiTopia: A meeting place for Gandhian students, scholars activitists – News, events, media and research on Mahatma Gandhi, Peace and Nonviolence.
  • Goodreads: A fee website for book lovers. Share the books you liked and get recommendations of books to read.
  • HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education,TIFR: HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE) is a National Centre of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai. The broad goals of the Centre are to promote equity and excellence in science and mathematics education from primary school to undergraduate college level, and encourage the growth of scientific literacy in the country.
  • How Stuff Works – Learn How Everything Works: This Discovery site provides easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works – From car engines to search engines, from cell phones to stem cells, and thousands of subjects in between, as they put it. Is useful for all students.
  • India Career: Career Information.
  • Information Please Kids Almanac: Provides almanac, atlas, dictionary and encylopedia.
  • INQUIZITIVE.CO.UK: Free Science Quizzes: From Politics to Sport, from Wine to Maths. you can now also play Sudoku, Words, Snake and Tetris at this website.
  • Inventions at Play: A playful site for the young to enjoy the playful side of inventions and inventive side of play.
  • Joule’s Energy Chest: Information and activities on energy studies.
  • KidCyber: General knowledge for kids.
  • Kids World Fun: Play games, read and listen to moral short stories, animated stories, poems, rhymes, colour pictures, create crafts, online quiz, funny pictures, learn with fun, and other activities.
  • KidsKnowit.com: Free educational Websites For the young, and the young at heart. Educational Activities, Products, Movies, Music, Games, Articles etc.
  • Kishore VaigyanikProtsahanYojana: Scholarship offered by IISc Bangalore.
  • Librarything: Networking site for book lovers access 695 libraires all over world.
  • Mars the Red Planet: A great Web site for young students interested in exploring the planet Mars.
  • Math.com: Covers basic grade-school math, calculus, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics. Practice exercises are automatically graded, plus this free site also features a glossary, calculators, homework tips, math games, and lesson plans for teachers.
  • MSN Encarta: The free MSN Encarta site features more than 4,500 articles pooled from Microsoft Encarta, the award-winning electronic reference library, and comes with dictionaries, maps, fast facts, interactive quizzes, handy homework tools, and more.
  • MythWeb: Learn about Greek mythological heroes.
  • NASA Observatorium: Contains many awesome space pictures, and a variety of interactive games with space themes which will engage young students.
  • NASA Quest: Web-based, interactive explorations designed to engage students in authentic scientific and engineering processess. It also offers a wide range of FREE online tools and resources for teachers, students, parents and others including Web and print lesson plans, educator guides and workbooks.
  • National Geographic: This site is also a very helpful resource for locating information on current scientific work; it also contains information on earlier scientists.
  • Natural Disasters for Kids: Teaches you how to be prepared for disasters and prevent disaster damage. You can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid.
  • NGDC Educational Resources: National Geophysical Data Centre offers many educational resources.
  • Nobel Prize: Know all about Nobel Prize and the Prize Winners.
  • Pests.org: Pests.org is a resource hub for you to learn more about specific aspects of pests and the threat they present. The guides and resources provide you with critical information to help you identify a pest, evaluate the threat, and determine a solution.
  • PhET – Interactive Siulations: Fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena from the PhET™ project at the University of Colorado.
  • Physics.org: A website for Physics with lots of information. Also provides access to a handpicked database of over 7000 physics sites.
  • Pitara Kids Network: A interactive fun filled website for kids under 13 years to learn, play and enjoy. The site contains lots of activities, games, information and more..
  • Planet Patrol – Environmental info for kids by kids: Written BY kids FOR kids. Read about the latest environmental technology, fascinating plants and animals and discover how you can make a big difference by doing some really little things.
  • Refdesk: A one-click springboard to many of the Web’s top dictionaries, encyclopaedias, calculators, atlases, news headlines, and search engines. The site also includes a handy homework helper section that provides help in all subjects to students in every grade.
  • Resume Builder: A guide that goes in depth about resume organization and how to create a selling personal brand statement.
  • Rhymezone: Provides you with rhymes, synonyms and definitions of the words. It even gives you the word used in context.
  • Sakshat: A portal designed by The National Mission on Education through ICT, supports self-learning through virtual classes and testing services. Provides teacher empowerment programmes, resources like eBooks, e-journals, open educational resources.
  • Scholastic World: Competitions and Scholarships for Indian School Students: A blog providing information on contests/competitions and scholarships for Indian School students.
  • Sci4Kids: Sci4Kids gives your ideas for science projects, interesting facts about science and agriculture, information on how to be a scientist and more..
  • Science for Kids: Learn more about the amazing world of science by enjoying our fun science experiments, cool facts, online games, free activities, ideas, lesson plans, photos, quizzes, videos & science fair projects.
  • Science Made Simple: At Science Made Simple, kids of all ages can get detailed answers to many of science’s questions, read current news articles related to science, get ideas on school projects, and take advantage of unit conversion tables.
  • Science With Me!: Science With Me! is a free educational science website for elementary age children. Provides science movies and songs, free science coloring sheets, free science worksheets, fun science projects for kids and stories to help young children learn scientific principles and science the fun way.
  • Sciene News for Kids: Science News for Kids (SNK) is an award-winning online publication dedicated to children 9-14, their parents, and their teachers with interesting news stories and features, accompanied by suggestions for hands-on activities, books, articles, and web resources.
  • Shakespeare Online: Rad every play or poem from the world’s most celebrated writer and, more importantly, make some sense of his works with free analysis, Old English language translations, and famous quotes.
  • Shelfari: A networking site for book lovers. Create a virtual books shelf , discuss great works of literature.
  • Solar System: Build a solar system.
  • Stories for children: This site offers classic fairy tale stories by the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen and Charles Perrault, going on to the morally edifying fables of Aesop and Jean de La Fontaine, and ending with the wisdom, gathered by the people: the folktales from different parts of the world.
  • Stroms, Atmosphere, Lakes, Oceans etc for Students: Provides information and activity books.
  • Teachoo.com: A site providing NCERT/CBSE books in PDF format with examples and solutions. Also contain tutorials on MS Excel, Tally, Basic Accounting and Mathematics.
  • The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS): autonomous organisation in pursuance of National Policy on Education 1986 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development(MHRD), Government of India. NIOS is providing a number of Vocational, Life Enrichment and community oriented courses besides General and Academic Courses at Secondary and Senior Secondary level.
  • The Schools Water Portal: An open, web-based platform for sharing learning resources on water among educators, students, school managements and parents.
  • Time for Kids: Time reading area for kids.
  • ULTIMATE GUIDE TO CHOOSING A CAREER: A list of resources to help you assess your talents, skills and interests, along with many informative articles, blogs, and podcasts on the subject.
  • United Nations Cyberschoolbus: Accurate official and up-to-date information and statistics regarding the countries of the world and much more.
  • Vidyapatha.in: Provides information on competitive examinations, entrance exams, educational loand, education abroad and admission news.
  • Visual Math Learning: Free lessons will show you that mathematics is not as difficult to understand as you may have thought, when you learn the subject by visualization instead of memorization.
  • Volcano World: Volcano World is an outstanding resource for kids interested in learning about volcanoes. How volcanoes work, submarine volcanoes, planetary volcanoes, career information on becoming a volcanologist, volcanic parks and monuments and volcano, exploration on the moon, Mars and Venus.
  • Weekly Reader: wonderful reading materials for students reading in the content areas.
  • WinEntrance Portal: A rich information source on entrance exams.

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