Find the featured resources for elementary learners below. Visit the Elementary database page to view a full list of the online resources available to you.
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Explore amazing adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space. Best for children aged 6–14.
Gale In Context: Elementary is continuously updated and provides indexed, searchable content along with more than 16,600 images, over 1,700 charts and graphs, and more than 600 high-quality educational videos are provided from resources including books, magazines, and news periodicals. Gale In Context: Elementary contains content in popular subject categories including Animals, Arts, Geography, Health, Literature, People, Social Studies, Technology, and more.
BookFlix helps build a love of reading and learning – online! BookFlix pairs classic fictional video storybooks from Weston Woods with nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to reinforce reading skills and develop essential real-world knowledge and understanding.
Libby and OverDrive: Check out eBooks and eAudiobooks on your tablet, smartphone, eReader, or computer from the library for free! There are never overdue books or late fees. Titles automatically return to the library’s collection after your selected loan period. Find classic literature for your reading assignments or the latest in the Hunger Games or Diary of a Wimpy Kid series for reading for fun!
TrueFlix is an online resource that focuses on engaging subject-area content in science and social studies for students spanning grades 3-6. Each of the TrueFlix subject areas will help your child hone literacy skills, bolster their understanding of crucial subjects relating to science and social studies, and help enhance their ability to be able to organize and assemble information.
Continually updated, includes all of the articles from the 22-volume print set, plus thousands more. In addition, there are more than 9,500 pictures and maps, 115 videos and animations, 9,300 sounds, more than 100 simulated historic Web sites.