Access help for any subject from science to research to math via recommended databases and websites from TADL and the Library of Michigan.
M = Michigan T = TADL W = website
ALA Great Websites for Kids – Explore great websites for Animals, The Arts, Literature, Math Science, and beyond. W
Britannica School – Made for today’s digital classroom, Britannica School features differentiated instruction, allowing students to move easily to resources at higher or lower reading levels as needed. M
DKfindout! – Perfect for help with homework, DK’s clear, reliable, and highly visual content covers all curriculum subjects and more! W
Early World of Learning – Learn about colors, numbers and other fun things with the help of Trek and Taffy. M
Enciclopedia Estudiantil – Bilingual resources from World Book Encyclopedia for children ages pre-K through grade 5. M
InfoTrac Student Edition – Access to a variety of magazines, newspapers, podcasts, and reference books. M
The Khan Academy – The Khan Academy is a homework center with a youtube type format. Learn Math, Science, Computer Programming and more. W
Mango Languages – Learn a foreign language or perfect your English. T
MeL Kids – From the Library of Michigan. Good stuff for school, funny poems, silly songs, books to read or listen to, Michigan facts, and lots of other cool info.
Novelist K-8 Plus – Find just the right book through reviews, lists and author biographies. M
Opposing Viewpoints – Features contextual information and opinions on hundreds of today’s hottest social issues. M
Scholastic Book Flix – An interactive experience that allows beginning readers to explore fiction and non-fiction designed to increase understanding and fluency. Increase comprehension and have fun at the same time! M
TumbleBook Library – Online collection of animated, talking books. T
WorldBook Kids – Learning activities for students pre-K through grade 5. M
Parent Teacher Collection
This collection highlights resources that complement Parenting materials from our Adult Services collection as well as school resources for homeschoolers, families and teachers of elementary-aged children. This collection is located in the Youth Services Department near our Story Room for ease of access for our families and teachers. For more information on this collection, please visit HERE.