Links for Learning

Librarians find great links all the time, to help you find the information you need and want, for a report for school, for a science project, or because you just want to know more!

Reference Desk

Literature and Languages

Mathematics and Computers


Social Sciences

  • Great Websites for Kids
    A collection of websites put together by the American Library Association organized in a variety of topics. Use the orange menu bar at the top to navigate.
  • DK Find Out!
    Learn more about nonfiction subjects like science, animals, and history. You can search for a topic or browse the subjects and click for more information.
  • Time for Kids
    Articles about a variety of topics. Includes a homework help section.
  • Kidzsearch
    Google’s filtered search engine emphasizes kid-related content in its results. This can help you save time looking through stuff that is at a much harder reading level.
  • Khan Academy
    If you are younger than 13, you will need a parent to sign you in to this site, which has video tutorials and practice for various academic subjects, especially math.
  • Wonderopolis
    Wonderopolis invites children to ask curious questions, and it reliably answers them. Children also can explore the past questions and answers about technology, culture, math, science, language, and the world.


  • PBS Kids Lab in Spanish
    Actividades usando habilidades de matemáticas y lectura. Activities using math and reading skills.
    The official kids’ portal for the U.S. government links to information and services from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids.
  • Ben’s Guide to the Government
    Learn about government and elections. Play related games.
  • The Presidents of the United States of America
    Links to each president of the United States.