The resources below are reliable and useful for research at school. Do you know of other reliable resources that are a good fit for elementary students? I'm happy to add those to the grid. (It can be expanded.) Primary sources are first-hand records of historical events. Primary sources can be, but are not limited to, photographs, journals, letters, and maps. Resources marked with * link to primary source databases.
It is very important to give proper credit and share where you found your information so that others can verify accuracy. Use the screencast below when you need a reminder of how to cite Pebble Go articles. Most databases have quick and easy ways of creating citations, so be sure to look for those to save yourself some time and effort.