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6th Grade - Biomes  

Project for Mrs. Klaas science classes
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Library Catalog


Click above to get to the former library homepage and catalog.


WebPath Express

WebPath Express

Remember to use WebPath Express in the library catalog to search for quality websites using the library catalog.  This tool will narrow your search to websites that have been evaluated by teachers.  It also provides a summary of each website which can help you determine if it is worth your time click on the link.





Serengeti Plain. Photograph. Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. Dec.  2011.  


San Diego Zoo

Great resource for clicking on Ecosystems and Habitats and then seeing a list of animals that live there.

Animal Fact Guide

Checkout the Animal Fact Guide for facts on your animal.

Animal Facts from National Geographic

Use this trusted resource to learn more about specific animals.  Includes maps!

National Geographic

Great resource for learning more about animals!

What Eats?

What eats your animal and what does it eat???



Science Biome Project



Recommended Badgerlink Resources

Access this resource through Badgerlink.  See below for instructions.

Click above to directly access the middle school edition of Britannica.

When at home, you may need to use our school password for databases.  See Mrs. McCoy or your teacher for this information.  Hint:  Remember where we are from and who you are! :)



Click here to explore BadgerLink - an amazing free information resource provided by the state of Wisconsin for its citizens.  Includes links to Encyclopedia Britannica PK-12 Edition, databases, educational and health resources, and so much more.  Take a look!  

If you are on a computer that has Internet service provided by a national company, you may be prompted to enter your public library card number to verify that you are a Wisconsin citizen.

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