Submit homework questions; get feedback on essays and other forms of writing; and receive tutoring in math, science, reading/writing, social studies, standardized testing, and more.
Britannica Fundamentals
Creating a more engaging and fun learning experience for students, the activities in Britannica Fundamentals align with the content areas children learn in the classroom. From language and literacy to geography and math, Britannica Fundamentals supports classroom curriculum while also building digital literacy.
Britannica School
Nonfiction content geared for K-12 students. Includes over 132,000 encyclopedia articles, 103,000 images, 7,500 multimedia elements, more than 27,000 eBooks, and novels and essays. Tools include translation for 50+ languages and read-aloud functionality. Includes Lexile ranges and alignment with Michigan Department of Education Academic Standards across a variety of subjects.
eBook K-8 Collection
The eBook K-8 Collection contains titles chosen to support a quality learning experience for K-8 students across all subject areas taught in elementary and middle schools, and content aligns with Common Core Curriculum Standards (for participating U.S. states). The collection also features a selection of teacher resources to support educators and administrators.
Explora for Elementary Schools
For elementary school libraries. Content from children’s magazines, easy-to-read encyclopedia entries, and images. Students can learn about animals, musicians, fitness, space exploration, and much more. Pulls content from the following eResources: • American Heritage Children’s Dictionary • eBook K-8 Collection • Primary Search • Topic Overviews K-5
LOTE4Kids is an online resource that allows kids to learn a language and connect with books through the magic of storytelling. Kids can now enjoy 2,000+ eBooks in over 50 languages, together with English translations, from the comfort of home. Watch, learn, and enjoy!
Michigan Learning Channel
MLC is a statewide public television partnership offering lessons, generally about a half-hour each, presented by a diverse group of educators, delivered as if the teacher is in a classroom setting. Nearly every program has supplemental educational activities and resources to build on the lesson. This programming is available as a livestream and stored for on-demand viewing on a variety of digital platforms, ensuring accessibility to all students, teachers and families in the state.
NoveList K-8 Plus
Find your next great book! Covers children’s fiction and nonfiction. This resource offers extensive reader’s advisory services including read-alike titles, series, and authors as well as professional reviews, reader reviews, articles, lists, genre overviews, discussion guides and more. Books are also tagged with appeal factors.
Focus on animals and social studies and learn foundational research skills with clear text, videos and fun games. For Preschool – Grade 3.
Primary Search
Children’s magazines, easy-to-read encyclopedia entries, and an image collection designed for elementary school libraries.
Scholastic GO!
Explore nonfiction texts, world newspapers, videos and more with this digital resource designed to strengthen content knowledge, vocabulary, and core proficiency skills.
World Book Kids
General reference covering topics in all subject areas. Designed for elementary school learners with easy-to-read content and multimedia. Hundreds of activities, hands-on science projects and experiments, lesson plans, and resources for educators are included. All content aligned with Michigan Academic Standards. Correlations are available from the “For Educators” link under “Educator Tools”.
World Book Early Learning
The perfect tool for pre- and emergent readers to explore independently or learn with an adult. Developed with experts on early childhood education, Early Learning is designed for preschool students with tools and content that reinforce early childhood curriculum via short videos, read-aloud stories, printable activities, and matching and tracing games, among others. The guided reading program, lesson plans, and curriculum correlations make teaching easier for educators and parents.