Library Services for Teachers & Homeschoolers
Looking for resources to help with lesson planning or homeschooling? Need a classroom collection to support your curriculum? Check out these Library services and resources for teachers and homeschoolers. Learn how to sign up for a Teacher Library Card with special privileges and set up a tour of the Library for your class.
Learn to read with ABCmouse, the award-winning reading app for kids ages 2–8. Inspire your child to love learning and build confidence in reading, math, and more!
Brain fitness exercises to improve memory, visual, and auditory processing.
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K-12 lesson plans with activities.
More than 1,000 award-winning art & craft video classes.
On demand, anytime, anywhere live tutoring for students K-12. Included is a Writing Lab and Send Question Center.
Online account is required if you wish to save prior test results or view prior sessions. Children under the age of 13 should have a parent or guardian open this account.
More than 6,600 courses! Learning paths are step-by-step courses, supported with quizzes, practice, and reminders.
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A personalized, adaptive language-learning experience that provides the tools and guidance you need to expand your language skills wherever and however you learn best. Choose from over 70 languages!
Age-appropriate fiction & nonfiction. Find what to read next!
from EBSCO LearningExpress
A highly-acclaimed, comprehensive selection of interactive online tutorials, practice tests, articles, and eBooks all modeled after official tests.
Printable/downloadable activities for Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8.
All the educational games and activities on this site were created and approved by certified school teachers. Grade level lessons incorporate areas like math and language arts while introducing basic computer skills.
Lesson plans, activities, and more from ThoughtCo.
Be Internet Awesome
The Be Internet Awesome family guide and fun online game give families the tools and resources to learn about online safety and citizenship at home.
Common Core State Standards Initiative
Building on the best of existing state standards, the Common Core State Standards provide clear and consistent learning goals to help prepare students for college, career, and life. The standards clearly demonstrate what students are expected to learn at each grade level, so that every parent and teacher can understand and support their learning. Visit Ohio's Common Core Standards webpage.
A non-profit organization, Curriki is the leading K-12 global community for teachers, students and parents to create, share, and find open learning resources. Curriki encourages collaboration around the world to develop learning resources that are peer-reviewed and classroom tested.
Explore more than 30,000 games, lessons, and teacher-crafted learning activities.
"The Educator's Best Friend." A free resource for educatiors with original lesson plans, website reviews, and special features and columns.
Website for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.
International Children's Digital Library
Treasure trove of children's books that can be read online in many languages from Amharic to Vietnamese.
Learning for Justice
Formerly known as Teaching Tolerance, this site provides free K-12 educational resources addressing systemic social injustice.
Educational videos, lessons, and games for K-12 kids. Teachers can create and share video playlists with notes and instructions for their students.
Ohio Department of Education- Teacher Resource Page
Learn how to become a teacher in Ohio, improve your service to students and advance your career, as well as info on how to move into leadership roles.
Ohio Department of Education- Home Schooling
Considering Home Schooling? Find out what the state requirements are here.
OK Go Sandbox
An online resource for educators that uses OK Go's music videos as starting points for integrated guided inquiry challenges allowing students to explore various STEAM concepts.
Teacher Certification Degrees
Learn how to become a teacher or further your teaching career by earning an advanced degree. Find essential information for teaching certification, career interviewing tips, and current job postings!
Lesson plans, printables, and more!
TPS Teacher's Network
Connect with colleagues to share resources and ideas.
We Need Diverse Books
Provides resources to connect youth with diverse literature.
Teaching Kids About Money
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Econ Lowdown provides award-winning, free classroom resources for K-16 educators to teach about economics, personal finance, money and banking, and the Federal Reserve.
FINRA: Lesson Plans & Assessments
These lesson plans for students in middle and high school explore the mathematics behind personal finance concepts in a way that is relevant to their age group. Topics include your credit score, the cost of owning a car, and more!
FINRA: Teens and Money Videos
A series of fun videos that help teens learn about setting financial goals, revenue, expenses, break-even point, compound interest, credit cards, buying a car, and the cost of moving out.
Provides tools and resources for teachers teaching financial literacy.
Money as You Grow
20 things kids need to know to live financially smart lives.
Money as You Learn
Tools to integrate personal finance into the teaching of the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics and English Language Arts, as well as into other classes and after-school programs.
Lesson plans and other great free resources for educators.
NEFE High School Financial Planning Program
Free financial literacy program with resources for students and teachers from the National Endowment for Financial Education.
The United States Mint
Financial literacy lesson plans and activities for teachers.
Teach and learn basic money skills, personal finance, business, careers, and life skills.