Just for Kids!
From Age of Learning, Inc., the award-winning ABCmouse curriculum is designed to help children ages 2 to 7 and up, building a strong foundation for future academic success. ABCmouse is 100% educational, with over 5,000 learning activities (books, puzzles, educational games, art activities, songs, etc.) across all major subject areas: reading, math, science, social studies, art, and music. Best of all, kids love it!
Available in the Library only. For Android™, iPhone®, iPad® and other devices, navigate to the app store and look for "ABCmouse." Make sure you are connected to our wi-fi network.
This database from the Encyclopædia Britannica includes Compton's Encyclopedia, an elementary level encyclopedia, and a dictionary! It also has subject guides, information on animals, geography, statistics about states and countries, a world atlas, biographies of important people, videos, and guides on how to write papers or do research for students. One of our best resources!
Available in the Library by clicking on the link above; from home or outside the library, visit the Britannica Library Website and enter your library card number (looks like 22008007654321), then click on "Children" at the bottom.
A great database developed especially for young beginning researchers in Kindergarten up through Grade 5, covering geography, current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, history, sports and more. This is where kids can learn to use the Inglewood Library Virtual Branch!
Available in the Library and from home by entering your library card number (looks like 22008007654321). For Android™, iPhone®, iPod Touch® or iPad®, visit the Cengage Solutions Website and download the "Access My Library" app.
These excellent fact cards are designed for anyone studying California history, and include information on the missions and mission life, Native American tribes, European explorers, governors, and history by decade. Fact Cards are a series of research resources designed for quick reference for students in grades 4 through 8, with topics included in the social studies curriculum. For the past ten years, printed versions of these Fact Cards have been used extensively in California elementary and middle schools, as well as in public libraries; these online versions are hosted by Califa, a statewide organization of California libraries.
Available anywhere through the Internet.