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Homework Help: Nervous System

Homework Help: Nervous System

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The Nervous System coordinates the voluntary and involuntary movements of the body. It includes the brain, the spinal chord and the nerves.

List below are books and online activities to help you learn about the amazing nervous system.

Websites, Activities, Printables & Databases:

KidsHealth: the Brain & the Nervous System
KidsHealth Interactive Diagram: Brain & Nervous System
National Geographic Kids: Your Amazing Brain
Wonderopolis: What Makes Your Brain Wake Up?
Wonderopolis: Does Your Brain Autocorrect?
Printable: Central Nervous System
Printable: The Brain Game (Label the Lobes)
Printable: Neuroscience Coloring Book


Science in Context: Nervous System is a database you can use in any IndyPL Library Branch or at home with your IndyPL Library Card. Login using your library card number and PIN. What’s My PIN? It will show you biographies, magazines, videos and more about the Nervous System.​

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Books:

Brain GamesBrain WorksBrilliant BrainCool ThinkingLearning About the Nervous SystemNervesNervous SystemTake a Closer Look at Your BrainThe BrainThe Electrifying Nervous SystemThe Nervous SystemThe Owner's Manual for Driving Your Adolescent BrainTotally Wacky Facts about the Human MindTraumatic Brain InjuryWhat Goes On In My Head?Your Nervous System
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Countries of the World

Countries of the World

Children Around the World

If you need to do a report about one of the countries of the world or just want to learn about what life is like somewhere else, the websites and books on this page will help you get started. You will be able to find maps, flags, national anthems, food, clothing, games and more. To find library books, use the online catalog for kids.

To find a book about a particular country just type the name of the country in the search box and click “search.”

There are also country books about themes like  “games” or “festivals” that will have information about individual countries. In books like these, individual countries will have a chapter or a section. Or, you might have to look up a country’s name in the index at the back of the book, to find out which page to go to.


Websites:


Databases:

CultureGramsKids

CultureGrams Kids Edition Choose a country to find up-to-date information for reports including:

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  • climate
  • geography
  • economy
  • history
  • population
  • government
  • holidays
  • religion
  • recipes

You need to know your indyPL Library Card number and PIN to login to CultureGrams Kids EditionWhat’s my PIN?


Books:

You and Me TogetherThe Real Wonders of the WorldThe Illustrated Timeline of the History of the WorldSchool Days Around the WorldSacred StoriesNational Geographic Kids World AtlasHomes Around the WorldFamilies Around the WorldEyewitness Wonders of the WorldEveryone PraysCool World CookingClothesCity AtlasChildren Just Like MeBuild It World LandmarksBirthdays Around the WorldThe World's Greatest Paintings and SculpturesWhat's for Lunch?A Ticket Around the WorldFlags of the WorldTalking to GodWhat We WearLittle TreasuresChildren of the World
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Science Experiment: Engineering – Newspaper Geodesic Dome

Science Experiment: Engineering – Newspaper Geodesic Dome

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Make a clubhouse for yourself out of newspapers and masking tape:

Extreme Structures Amazing Stadiums Build It! Build Your Own Fort

Words to Know:

Geodesic Dome – A dome made up of a framework of connected triangles or polygons.

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Science of Scary Stuff – Screaming Cup; Screaming Balloon

Science of Scary Stuff – Screaming Cup; Screaming Balloon

Are You Afraid Yet?

This book is laid out like a comic book – it’s full of drawings, pictures and all kinds of freaky facts about the things that usually scare us: monsters, UFOs, vampires, mummies, ghosts, haunted houses, and lots more scary stuff. For each freaky thing you get an explanation of the science behind it – either why the thing appears the way it does or why the thing is impossible. There’s nothing like a little bit of hard science to take the chill out of scary stuff. Of course some of the stuff remains gross…even if it isn’t scary anymore. So beware! Author: Steven O’Meara

The Stunning Science of Everything Gross Me Out
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Indiana’s 28th Regiment & Tuskegee Airmen

Indiana’s 28th Regiment & Tuskegee Airmen
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Photo courtesy of the Indiana Historical Society.
Indiana’s first black troops in the Civil War were enlisted in November 1863. More than eight hundred black men joined the Twenty-eighth Regiment. The regiment trained at Camp Fremont near Fountain Square in Indianapolis. The regiment is best known for its role in the siege of Petersburg, Virginia, where on July 30, 1864, it participated in the Battle of the Crater. In this battle, Union troops dug a tunnel under the Confederate fort at Petersburg, carried eight thousand pounds of explosives into the tunnel, and blew up the fort. When the war was over the soldiers returned to Indianapolis on January 6, 1866. The regiment lost 212 men in battle or as a result of disease.

Tuskegee Airmen were African-American pilots who flew in World War II. Before the Tuskegee Airmen, no African-American pilots had every been in the U.S. armed forces. They were the first and became highly regarded airmen. They are best known for escorting bombers. In this video you can watch some Hoosier airmen talk about their experiences during the war.

  • Tuskegee Airmen Official Website
  • Tuskegee Airmen at Huntington, Indiana Airport Part 2
  • Tuskegee Airmen at Huntington, Indiana Airport Part 3
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