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Answers.com is billited as the world's largest encylodictionalmanacapedia. Type in your target word(s), and you will get a dictionary entry, several ecyclopedia articles, and almanac entry with map. Secular.
 
Behemoth.com provides an ever-growing selection of Christian family-friendly audio and video downloads at great prices.  Downloads include e-books, historical and science videos, family movies, evangelical materials, homemaking skills, and more! 
 
DVA Special Markets.  (From their website) "We are DVA, the largest distributor of authentic studio released special interest DVD and VHS at deep discount prices. We would like to invite you to visit our website  with a special 10% discount code for educators. There you will find hundreds of great educational videos from studios like PBS, A&E, Discovery Channel, History Channel and National Geographic."   The DVA material is obviously secular in content, so buyer beware; however, some are from the History Channel and PBS which were quite good at truly "cheap" prices!
 
New Leaf Press and Master Books. This publisher specializes in Christian perspective reference materials: i.e. encyclopedia style and story style informational books that cover the areas of: Weather, Geology, Astronomy, Human Anatomy, World of Chemistry, World of Medicine, Planet Earth (with explorers), and Dinosaurs, history, biblical lands, apologetics, among others. There are also downloadable study guides for a number of the books. Fabulous books! Great Site. Great links on it to other creation sites.
 
Webster's 1828 Dictionary. Noah Webster could best be described as an America's first curriculum writer. Concerned with the quality of books in Amercian schools (a hodge podge of used English books), He revolutionized American educational curriculum in the 1780's by producing the Blue Back Speller which taught children how to read for over 100 years. He later wrote the first American dictionary which standardized American spellings and recognized uniquely American words (such as squash). His strong Christian character and firm grasp of the principles of government shine through in his definitions.  Here's another site for Webster's dictionary (since these free sites do change from time to time).

Internet Research Helps:

Google Safe Search for Kids http://safesearchkids.com Google's family friendly search engine.

Noodle Tools Student Search Helper
http://www.noodletools.com/debbie/literacies/information/5locate/adviceengine.html Noodle Tools provides free search tools.
This particular tool walks a student through their search quest in a question format. Noodle Tools also provides a Knowledge Base article database
and MLA and ALA format help.

Virtual Salt's Internet Search Tips
http://www.virtualsalt.com/howlook.htm This article gives a detailed overview of internet research tools and research tips.

Virtual Salt's Worldwide Web Research Links
http://www.virtualsalt.com/search.htm This article is a large complilation of diffrent search tools linked and grouped by type.