It's easy to avoid plagiarism...just cite your sources!NoodleTools Express
A great tool to help you identify and input pieces of information needed in a citation and then creates a citation for your source.EasyBib for Citing Sources
Type in the title of your book or the url of the site, and a citation is generated for you. Teachers at our school ask that students use either MLA or APA citation style.OWL at Purdue (Onine Writing Lab)Great resource for all of your trickiest citation questions
The Plagiarism Checker
Wondering if your work is too close to the original? Enter the text of your paper into The Plagiarism Checker to find out if you need to rewrite a bit more in your work in your own words.
Even our youngest students can understand reasons to give credit for the work of others. Educator suggests basic pieces of citation information to ask for by grade level for 1st-6th grade students.