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Safe Image Search

    Searching the web for images is fun, but you must do it safely. First, you must only use a school-approved image search site. You must be sure that you have permission to reuse images you find. Using an image without permission is copyright infringement. Luckily, we have access to these great image resources below. Click on the links to get started. Take note where you find your images so you can give them credit in your project.

 

 


Pics4learning is a kid-friendly resource for images. The photos are listed in categories for user-friendly browsing. All images are free to use in projects. Photos include an easy to copy reference.


 

 



The databases available through our library page have lots of great images to use. You can save the images to your computer for use in your project. The databases even give you an easy reference to put in your bibliography.  





 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 



EduPic Graphical Resource is a collection of images from teacher William Vann. His images, takes all over the world in his travels, are free to use in the classroom setting.  Images are tagged with appropriate keywords for easy searching. Credit should be given to William Vann.

 
 


The Images collection is a selection of digital still images which are the very best visual representation of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's mission: "Working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people".
 
-From the site.