HOMESCHOOL AND HOMEWORK HELP
In addition to the books and other resources available in the library, there are many educational websites for kids and teens to explore.
Here are a few to get you started -- for school, for homework, or just for fun.
Online databases: Visit the library's online database pages for kids and teens, or access the complete list. These resources offer a wide range of reference materials for grades K-12. All you need is your library card number!
Reading and language arts
Interactive e-books, language learning, puzzle books, and more.
Books recommendations and reviews written by kids and teens.
Book recommendations, author interviews, series A-Z, contests, and more.
Book reviews, recommendations, author interviews, reading lists, and more.
Resources for all stages of the writing process, with pages created specifically for grades 7-12.
Information about the United Nations, global issues, and UN member states.
Facts and maps covering all the countries of the world.
The Library of Congress' digital collection of historic photographs, videos, and other primary sources from U.S. history.
Math and computers
Math and logic problems for grades 1-12.
Pre-algebra, algebra, and pre-calculus lessons and practice.
Math games and practice for grades K-8.
A programming language and community for developing to basic programming skills.
Code.org offers basic tutorials and practice for kids and teens interested in learning to code.
Step-by-step resource for all stages of developing a science fair project.
News, photographs, video, and learning resources from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Genetics, cell biology, ecology, neuroscience, and human health resources.