National Geographic Kids - Rock Your Projects

This tutorial shows students how to find articles, books, and more in National Geographic Kids to take classroom assignments and projects to the next level.


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when

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your teacher assigns a paper or presentation

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National Geographic Kids provides

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tons of interesting facts and incredible

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pictures to make your project awesome

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search and browse to discover

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what's available if you don't

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have an idea for your project try Explore Topics.

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you can select

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from 6 large categories and

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then click to view all available videos, pictures,

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magazine articles, or books.

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if you already

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know what you want to explore

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use the search box

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you can focus on different material types or

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subjects related to your topic

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books are a great place to start

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click to start exploring individual results

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you may even find details that help you

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focus on something new or more specific

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when you find sources for your project

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use citation tools to give credit to your

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sources and easily create your work cited

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cited individual pictures

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can also be printed or downloaded to

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take your class project to the next level