Stop Bullying Now No-Bullying Websites

Bullying.org
Bullying.org is dedicated to increasing the awareness of, and the problems associated with, bullying and to preventing, resolving and eliminating bullying in society.
NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness & Prevention
The NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention promotes community awareness of bullying as a common serious problem of school-age children and advocates for the implementation of effective bullying prevention approaches in the State of New Jersey.
Anti-Bullying Network
The website provides information about bullying and how it can be tackled as well as effective strategies to address the verbal, psychological and physical harassment and violence called bullying.
Cyberbullying
This site is design to raise awareness of cyberbullying for children and their parents.
Stop Bullying Now
Learn all about bullying and what you can do to stop it. Take a look around and you will find games and cartoon webisodes that help you Take a Stand. Lend a Hand. Stop Bullying Now!.
What's Wrong With Bullying?
This website, which is designed for middle school students, helps raise awareness of bullying behavior, what to do if you encounter it, and how to handle it.
Teen Health & Wellness: Real Life, Real Answers
The new Teen Health & Wellness: Real Life, Real Answers—the award-winning, critically acclaimed online resource—provides middle school and high school students with nonjudgmental, straightforward, standards-aligned, curricular and self-help support. Topics include diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying, green living, financial literacy, and more.

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Welcome to the Virtual A+ Homework Center—a collection of carefully selected and constantly checked websites freely available on the Web for children and teens. If you'd like to share any great websites with us, please e-mail us at library@rosellepark.net.

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Children's websites Children's Websites

Storyline Online
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is proud to bring you Storyline Online, an online streaming video program featuring SAG members reading children's books aloud. Each book includes accompanying activities and lesson ideas.
Grammar, Usage & Style
A collection of links to guides for grammar, punctuation, style, and related topics.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
The Merriam-Webster online dictionary provides a free, searchable online dictionary and thesaurus, word games, a word of the day, and many other English language and vocabulary reference tools and resources. Audio pronunciation feature is extremely helpful for those who learn English as a second language.
American Presidents
Learn about America's Presidents, Vice Presidents, First Ladies, etc.
First Ladies' Library
The National First Ladies' Library serves as a unique national resource for patrons from school children to serious scholars and is devoted to educating people about the contributions of First Ladies and other notable women in history.
Action Bioscience
Created to promote bioscience literacy, ActionBioscience.org, a non-commercial, educational web site, provides articles by scientists, science educators, and science students on issues related to seven bioscience challenges: environment, biodiversity, genomics, biotechnology, evolution, new frontiers in science, and bioscience education. Selected articles are translated into Spanish.
How products are made
Explains and details the manufacturing process of a wide variety of products, from daily household items to complicated electronic equipment and heavy machinery. Provides step-by-step descriptions of the assembly and manufacturing process, enhanced with illustrations and diagrams. Includes related information such as the background, how the item works, who invented the product, raw materials that were used, product applications, by-products that are generated, possible future developments, quality control procedures, etc.
The world factbook
Provides quick and official information on more than 266 countries around the world and other entities. Each country profile is compiled of introduction, geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military, and transitional issues nine main categories. It also provides additional reference sources such as appendix, reference maps and flags of the world. Users can search or browse a particular country. The site is updated periodically throughout the year.
ArtCyclopedia
This Web site provides free information about the artists. It indexes 8,229 artists around the world, including both ancient and modern artists who specialize in painting and sculpture, as well as other artistic media. Also included in this site are indexed 2,186 related sites (mainly museums and art galleries) and access to 180,000 works of art. It is an excellent starting point for anyone who is interested in arts. All the contents can be searched or browsed.
The Math Forum — Internet Mathematics Library
An annotated catalog of mathematics and mathematics education web sites, The Math Forum is the leading online resource for improving math learning, teaching, and communication since 1992.
Infoplease: All the knowledge you need
Information Please was first started as a popular radio quiz show, and then as an annual almanac in 1947. In 1998, it was put on the Internet to provide quick and authoritative answers to all kinds of questions. Currently, the website provides several types of sources, includes almanacs, atlas, encyclopedia (the Columbia Encyclopedia), dictionary (Random House Webster's College Dictionary), thesaurus, and white pages. Students would find the Homework Center is a helpful place where they could browse through different subject areas for factual questions.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government
Learn about the Federal Government from Ben Franklin.
iCivics iCivics
iCivics (formerly Our Courts) is a web-based education project designed to teach students civics and inspire them to be active participants in our democracy. iCivics is the vision of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who is concerned that students are not getting the information and tools they need for civic participation, and that civics teachers need better materials and support.
Kids.gov
Provides links to Government websites, as well as organizational and educational sites on these topics and many more.
EPA's Environmental Explorers' Club
The EPA's website for kids houses information on air, water, garbage & recycling, plants & animals, the environment, and much more. It's a fun interactive website about the world around you!
Kids Space
Part of the Internet Public Library (IPL) dedicated to the needs and interests of kids.
Animaland
— the website for kids who love animals!

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Teens' websitesTeens' Websites

Scratch, MIT Media Lab
With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations - and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively - essential skills for life in the 21st century.
Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. It is provided free of charge.
NoodleTools
The Web's most comprehensive and accurate MLA and APA bibliography composer with a fully-integrated note-taking component.
Google Scholar
Provides a search of scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources, including theses, books, abstracts and articles.
College Board
Comprehensive Web site providing information and tools related to all aspects of planning for and getting into college. Covers SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, AP, and CLEP exams; financial aid information, college selection tools and profiles, and college application help. Offers customizable portals for students, parents, and educators.
The Internet guide to engineering, mathematics, and computing
Online encyclopedia for engineering, mathematics, and computing. Award-winning free service created and run by a team of information specialists from numerous universities and institutions in the UK.
Teen Space
Part of the Internet Public Library (IPL) dedicated to the needs and interests of teenagers. The website contains helpful information about life, school, friends, and work. Articles are written especially for help in solving problems. Directories of links to Web sites are useful for homework, plus a place to ask questions.
Science.gov
Science.gov searches over 36 databases and 1,850 selected websites, offering 200 million pages of authoritative U.S. government science information, including research and development results.
The University of Michigan library documents center
This site is established and maintained by the Document Center at University of Michigan Library. It's a useful reference and instruction tool for government information—federal, state, local, foreign, and international, statistical data, news, and related disciplines freely available on the Web.
Occupational outlook handbook
A nationally recognized source of career information providing valuable assistance to help people make decisions about their future work lives. Includes information on hundreds of types of jobs, with details on training and education requirements, earnings, expected job prospects, activities of workers in that occupation, and working conditions. Updated every two years.
U.S. Census Bureau
Helping you to make informed decisions.
Public agenda
Provides a broad array of educational materials that help explain policy issues to the public in a balanced and easy-to-understand way. Offers nonpartisan briefings on policy and polling; a digest of news and legislation; and access to sources of research. Offers 19 issue guides, each combining background information with public opinion analysis. Covers many issues including education, race, health care, crime, the economy, the environment, abortion, social security, Internet speech and privacy, the right to die, etc.
DoSomething.org
You have the power to make a difference. DoSomething.org provides the tools and resources for you to convert your ideas and energy into positive action. Be part of a generation of doers.

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