Take the stress out of learning—and teaching—from home with the County Library’s education resources.
Whether you’re home-schooling, embracing distance learning through your school district, or looking for resources to support in-person classes, the County Library offers resources for all ages.
Homework Help (all ages)
From Brainfuse’s live tutoring to at-home science experiments, the County Library’s homework resources take the stress out of learning—and teaching—from home. Students can work with live tutors, collaborate with peers, and study on their own. Live tutoring and homework help is available online, Monday–Friday, from 1 pm–11 pm.
Preschool and Kindergarten preparation (ages 3-6)
Miss Humblebee's Academy is designed for children ages 3–6 to prepare them for kindergarten proficiency. This resource combines online games and learning with a curriculum of hands-on, age-appropriate activities for home focused on math, language and literacy, science and social studies, art, and music.
Learning Resources (all ages)
The World Book Suite opens up a world of facts for any age group. Early World of Learning is the premier online resource for preschoolers and children in early elementary grades. The online Children’s Encyclopedia is designed for young students (ages 6–10) with thousands of easy-to-read articles packed with photos, illustrations, maps, and more. World Book Advanced includes full multimedia databases supplemented with online books, primary sources, and special reports for middle and high school students.
Language Tools (all ages)
Mango Languages and Rosetta Stone language lessons are designed to increase your social and cultural understanding of different languages while teaching grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, and conversation.
Resources for High School (grade 9-adult)
Gale in Context is a research portal offering reference content with magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, and audio files.
Access the complete list of education and homework resources available through The County Library HERE