Online Tools

  • CultureGrams CultureGrams includes World, Kids, Provinces, and States material, in an engaging interface that can be accessed anywhere, anytime. It includes unlimited printing rights, along with exclusive online features.
  • DOGOnews DOGO News has fun articles for kids on current events, science, sports, and more! There are also lots of stories, pictures, videos, games and the DOGO news...
  • Front Row Education Front Row is a math practice site for grades K - 8 that is a fun way to practice math skills using virtual manipulatives and assessments.
  • Here There Everywhere News for Kids HTE is a news website designed to show kids how they are connected to the world around them.
  • IXL IXL is an adaptive learning system, featuring games and awards, that inspires students to achieve. IXL offers a dynamic and enjoyable environment for children to practice math.
  • Mega Math Mega Math from Think Central
  • myOn myON Reader is a personalized, online literacy program that matches student’s interests and their reading level to a recommended book list generated from the largest digital library.
  • NEWSELA NEWSELA Elementary engages students with primary sources and articles from world-class news publications. There are 5 adaptive levels of news articles.
  • Nonfiction Minute Nonfiction Minute contains a collection of articles written by different authors that should take about a minute to read. Each author even reads aloud the article.
  • PebbleGo PebbleGo is an animal database designed specifically for K-3 emergent readers and researchers.
  • Raz Kids Raz Kids A-Z  Online Guided Reading Program
  • STEMScopes STEM based science curriculum
  • Tumblebooks TumbleBooks Library contains animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they'll love.
  • TypingQuest TypingQuest is a web based touch typing course for students in Grades 2 - 5.  Formerly TypingMaster.
  • World Book World Book Online for Kids is the premier general reference Web site developed especially for younger library patrons.
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