Resources designed especially for kids in kingergarten through eighth grade, available free with your Wilmette Public Library card. View a complete list of library databases.
Free live tutoring, 2:00-11:00 p.m., plus online tutorials, practice problems, and test preparation.
Interactive language learning games, activities, and video in eight languages.
Printable worksheets, lesson plans, reading passages, and fun activities for elementary subjects including math, science, reading comprehension, writing, and more.
Animated, talking e-books great for pre-readers, beginning readers, and English language learners.
Encyclopedia Britannica for elementary and middle school students.
Information about different countries and the way people live all over the world.
A collection of dozens of encyclopedias, geared toward adults but great for tougher research topics.
Use NoveList K–8 to explore book reviews, reading lists, discussion guides, and more.
An encyclopedia geared toward younger children, featuring lots of pictures and a read-aloud option.
Research especially for grades 3–5, focusing on American Indians, the 50 states, and science.
Articles about the lives and careers of children's book authors.
Articles on popular school topics, plus science project ideas, educational videos, and homework tips.
World Book for young students, focusing on popular topics. Includes science project ideas.
World Book for elementary and middle school students, including tools for writing a report.
Learn about online library resources for grades K-8 with WPL and District 39 librarians.