Mrs. Jodi Ream (Media Specialist)
Alabama Virtual Library
Provides students, teachers, and citizens of the state with online access to library information resources.
Fact Monster is a free reference site for students, teachers, and parents. Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects, including sports, entertainment ...
Infoplease.com, a free, authoritative, and respected reference for Internet users, provides a comprehensive encyclopedia, almanac, atlas, dictionary, and thesaurus.
Alabama Learning Exchange
Find the Alabama Courses of Study, Professional Development, Lesson Plans, and much more.
Internet Archive: Digital Library
The biggest library in the world overflows with videos, images, articles, and other educational resources suitable for all ages and learning styles.
Accelerated Reader Book Finder
This site allows you to look up books to see if they have an AR test. If the book is a test, it will tell you the book level and point value.
Accelerated Reader Home Connect
Check on your child's AR progress at home!
Renaissance Home Connect is a tool that connects the school and home to keep parents informed of their child’s progress toward Accelerated Reader goals. Your may sign in by using your child's AR user name and password.
School Library Catalog
Science and History
Smithsonian for Kids
One of the nation’s foremost educational institutions provides curious kids with numerous reads, games, wikis, videos, and other stimulating conduits pertaining to pretty much every academic area imaginable.
The Discovery Channel piques the interest of young visitors through educational games, quizzes, puzzles, projects, and fact sheets about the sciences — and yes, they involve more than just sharks!
Stargaze from the comforts of the computer with this three-dimensional planetarium mapping out all the astronomical wonders the night sky offers.
British Museum: Young Explorers
The British Museum, an extensive (and obviously quite controversial) repository of archaeological and cultural marvels, pulls from its diverse holdings to offer lessons in history and culture.
Kids National Geographic
From animals and ecosystems to ancient and contemporary cultures, the National Geographic Team brings eager, young minds some excellent lessons via the usual media outposts.
Games for Kids
Let kids pick up all the core components of this ancient strategy game, which nurtures critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Random House Kids
Favorite children’s characters like the Berenstein Bears, Thomas the Tank Engine, and the crews from Disney, Sesame Street, Dora the Explorer, Shining Time Station, and more come alive through Random House’s online cache of games, activities, contests, videos, and other media.
Suitable for very young children, PBS Kids’ offerings — like games and videos — teach them basic life skills, literacy, and simple math and science lessons.
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