FOR KIDS

BookFLIX

Watch and read interactive children's stories online.

Funk and Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia

Research a variety of topics from over 25,000 encyclopedic entries.

Explora Primary Canada

Learn fun facts; kids in grades K through 8 can explore age-appropriate topics while developing and enhancing basic search skills.

Primary Search

Access easy-to-read encyclopedic entries written specifically for kids, including the full text for more than 70 popular elementary school magazines.

Explora Canada

Learn fun facts; kids in grades K through 8 can explore age-appropriate topics while developing and enhancing basic search skills.

TumbleBookLibrary (At Home or In-Library Use Only)

Read along with line-by-line highlighting and narration of children's picture books, easy readers, chapter books and graphic novels.

TeenBookCloud (At Home or In-Library Use Only)

Read classic literature, young adult novels, chapter books, plays and non-fiction in ebooks and streaming audiobooks. Enhanced ebooks feature line-by-line highlighting and narration.

Explora Educator's Edition

Plan lessons using Ebscohost databases. Includes sample lesson plans, Curriculum Standards, STEM, STEAM and Common Core information for educators.

Kanopy Kids

Kanopy Kids includes educational and engaging videos for children of all ages, that encourage social and emotional development, promote respect for community diversity, and inspire creativity. Click "Watch now" and enter your library card number and PIN to create a Kanopy account, then log in to begin watching!

Solaro

Find course lessons, reviews, and practice tests for students in grades 3 to 12. Developed by the creators of The Key Study Guides, Solaro provides online learning access based on British Columbia school curriculum.

Indigenous Storybooks

Designed specifically for children, families, community members, and educators, and inspired by the open-licensed stories from Little Cree Books. Presents text, images, and audio of stories in Indigenous languages as well as English, French, and the most widely spoken immigrant and refugee languages of Canada.

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