We want to be a resource for you as your support your child(ren)’s education during this off-campus season. There are an endless amount of materials on the Internet that you can find. Unfortunately, the time and energy it takes to research (and verify) the material and then apply it can be overwhelming. We don’t have the market on knowing the best materials, but we’re here to offer a few that we’ve found helpful. If you have come across resources that you have found helpful, please share them with us by filling the form below.
- Understood.org – Parent help
- Childmind.org – Dyslexia help
- Dyscalculia.org – Math help
- Mathfactcafe – Math resources
The GIS Library has some excellent digital resources for you to enjoy. We have the GIS Catalog where you may search our catalog, check availability, place books on hold, and access research tools using WebPath Express. (If you have issues logging in, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
For elementary readers, we have Tumblebook Library, an excellent place to find read-alongs, videos, games, ebooks, etc.
For encyclopedia access for all ages, go to: World Book Online
For secondary students and above, use GALE In Context database to find full-text articles from magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, etc.
Institution: Grace International School