The purpose of this study was to explore the Internet reading strategies that are used by elementary school students to locate specific information. Fifteen upper-grade students who registered in a book discussion class at Korea University participated in the study. Data was collected through a survey, navigational records, and participants` stimulated recall. Researchers separated the process into three phases: initial searching phase, the search result reading phase, and in-site reading phase. Additionally, we set an evaluation phase that was observed throughout the three phases. More than 30 strategies were identified and some strategies were used across multiple phases. Findings suggested that 1) Early age readers have to learn about these strategies and how to apply them in actual situations. 2) A balanced approach of training for both printed and Internet reading is needed for these students. 3) Strategies that are related to the Internet environment will be helpful when readers access the information. 4) There is a need for additional attention to students` familiarity with technological aspects.