[00:00:05.742]Kids InfoBits is designed for students
in kindergarten through grade five
and features an engaging
and developmentally appropriate interface,
premiere reference content, images,
and magazine and news sources for elementary students.
On the Kids InfoBits home page you'll find
pictures representing broad topics.
To browse for content by topic
simply click on an image.
A popup window will display a set of subtopics.
Select a subtopic.
A list of subjects related to your topic
and subtopic is displayed.
From here you can select a topic.
Your results are arranged by content type.
The number of items found
for each content type is displayed.
For each item you are given the content level,
the title, the source and date, and word count,
if the item is a book, a magazine, or a news article.
Click Content Levels Key for description of the levels.
Click the folder icon to save a document
so that you can return to it later.
When you want to view the saved item,
select More from the resource banner,
and then select My Folder.
Click the article name to return to the article.
Use the Search within results search box
to further search within your results list.
From the Kids InfoBits banner
you can access the advanced search feature
to perform more complex searches.
Or use the Bookmark feature to copy and paste
or email a bookmark URL for the page.
Select More from the resource banner
for additional tools, including Educator Resources
designed to help you make
the most effective use of this resource,
the Merriam Webster's Elementary Dictionary,
a list of all ebook titles in your library
or school collection, your search history,
your highlights and notes, or your My Folder
where you'll find items you've saved.
Click the Kids InfoBits icon from anywhere
to return to the home page.
Notice that you can save documents
to Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive.
Teachers can use these tools to easily share
and download content with students.
See our training resources on using these features
for more information.