More than 9,000 primary and secondary sources to help students discover the everyday details about past eras that make historical accounts relevant and meaningful. Explore the domestic, economic, intellectual, material, and recreational life of individuals throughout history. Research topics such as food, fashion and holidays.
Temporary access during the library closure.
An interactive kindergarten-readiness program that introduces children ages three to six to key concepts in math, science, social studies, language and literacy, art, and music. It’s as challenging as it is fun!
Searchable content on almost every core curricula subject through nonfiction texts, world newspapers, videos, maps, dictionaries and thesauruses. Includes America the Beautiful, Amazing Animals of the World, Encyclopedia Americana, Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, Lands and Peoples, New Book of Knowledge, New Book of Popular Science.
American History (Grades 3-8)
American Symbols (Grades K-2)
Ancient Civilizations: Chinese, Indian, and Mesopotamian (Grades 5-10)
Ancient Civilizations: Egypt, Greece, and Rome (Grades 4-7)
Ancient Civilizations: Maya, Aztec & Inca (Grades 4-8)
Civic Action (Grades 4-8)
Civil Rights Movement (Grades 5-10)
Colorado Collection for Kids (Grades 3-6)
Explorers and Colonization (Grades 5-10)
Immigration & Migration (Grades 4-8)
Native Americans (Grades 3-8)
Pioneer Spirit: The Westward Expansion (Grades 2-3)
Thirteen Colonies: Birth of a Nation (Grades 3-8)
What Really Happened (Grades 2-3).
A comprehensive U.S. history resource including reference works, news and periodical articles, and primary source documents ranging from slave journals to presidential papers.
A comprehensive world history resource covering the ancient world through today’s headlines. Includes primary sources, reference, and multimedia content about cultures and societies that have formed the history of the human race.