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Kindergarten to Gr. 6

Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines: Review the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for ages 5-17 years:  Learn Alberta-Online Resource Library: Curated resources that support the Alberta Program of Studies topics, filtered by grade, subject, language, audience, media format, and type of learning resource. 

Shortgrass Public Library Resources: e-books, music, movies, online tutoring, encyclopedias, etc. 

The Canadian Encyclopedia: The Canadian Encyclopedia and its related resources has been made available online by the Historica Foundation as a public service since 1999. Since its publication in book form in 1985, The Canadian  encyclopedia has provided the most comprehensive, objective and accurate source of information on Canada for students, readers and scholars across Canada and throughout the world.

Solaro: Find course lessons, reviews, and practice tests for students in grades 3 to 12. From science and math to social studies and English, Solaro follows the Alberta curriculum and provides online access to the same information found in The Key study guides.

Overdrive for Kids and Teens: A collection of popular titles for kids and teens to download in ebook and audiobook formats. If the title is checked out by another user, you can place a hold on it. New titles added every week!

TumbleBooks: Practice your reading with fun stories for kids. Listen and read-along to animated story books for young children, their parents, and teachers. Play games and watch videos from National Geographic. Includes a selection of French picture books. (Gr. K-6)  

CommonLit: Fiction and non-fiction texts for students in G​r. 3-12. 
 
Kate Messner.com: A collection of favourite authors and illustrators share resources that include video read-alouds, drawing and writing lessons. 

National Geographic Young Explorer: Online issues of magazines you can listen to and read along with.
 
Math Before Bed: Prompts to inspire mathematical discussions that you and your children can have before bed, at dinner, or anytime.​ 

Starfall: Songs, books and games for K-Gr. 3 students.

Would You Rather: Use comparative reasoning, critical thinking, and justification to choose between two scenarios. (Suitable for ​K-Gr. 12 and roughly categorized into grade groupings) 

SolveMePuzzles: Use logic to solve visual, interactive mathematical puzzles (Suitable for K-Gr. 12) 
 

Grade 6 to 9

Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines: Review the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for ages 5-17 years:  Learn Alberta-Online Resource Library: Curated resources that support the Alberta Program of Studies topics, filtered by grade, subject, language, audience, media format, and type of learning resource. 

Shortgrass Public Library Resources: e-books, music, movies, online tutoring, encyclopedias, etc. 

The Canadian Encyclopedia: The Canadian Encyclopedia and its related resources has been made available online by the Historica Foundation as a public service since 1999. Since its publication in book form in 1985, The Canadian  encyclopedia has provided the most comprehensive, objective and accurate source of information on Canada for students, readers and scholars across Canada and throughout the world.

18 Best Podcasts for Kids in Elementary, Middle and High School

CommonLit: Fiction and non-fiction texts for students in G​r. 3-12. 

Kate Messner.com: A collection of favourite authors and illustrators share resources that include video read-alouds, drawing and writing lessons. 

Solaro: Find course lessons, reviews, and practice tests for students in Gr. 3-12. From science and math to social studies and English, Solaro follows the Alberta curriculum and provides online access to the same information found in The Key study guides.

SolveMePuzzles: Use logic to solve visual, interactive mathematical puzzles (Suitable for K-Gr. 12) 

What's Going on in this Picture?: Images from The New York Times stripped of their captions – and an invitation for students to discuss and write about. 

Let's Talk Science:  Let’s Talk Science supports the development of all youth into creative, critical thinkers and knowledgeable citizens who are prepared to participate and thrive in a complex global environment. See additional links below: TumbleBooks: Practice your reading with fun stories for kids. Listen and read-along to animated story books for young children, their parents, and teachers. Play games and watch videos from National Geographic. Includes a selection of French picture books. (Gr. K-6) 

Would You Rather: Use comparative reasoning, critical thinking, and justification to choose between two scenarios. (Suitable for ​K-Gr. 12 and roughly categorized into grade groupings) 
 

Grades 10 to 12

Learn Alberta-Online Resource Library: Curated resources that support the Alberta Program of Studies topics, filtered by grade, subject, language, audience, media format, and type of learning resource. 

Alberta Education-Science Guides: Curated websites, journals, videos, lessons and activities organized by the following high school subjects of the Alberta Program of Studies: Science - 10, 14, 20, 24, 30 | Biology - 20, 30 | Chemistry - 20, 30 

The Canadian Encyclopedia: The Canadian Encyclopedia and its related resources has been made available online by the Historica Foundation as a public service since 1999. Since its publication in book form in 1985, The Canadian  encyclopedia has provided the most comprehensive, objective and accurate source of information on Canada for students, readers and scholars across Canada and throughout the world.

CommonLit: Fiction and non-fiction texts for students in G​r. 3-12. 

Films by the National Film Board: (Supports non-fiction and oral storytelling) “Our interactive productions and apps are transforming the way we learn. With their focus on immersion and participation, they help students master the tools of a digital culture, responding to the needs of 21st-century learners in innovative and often playful ways.” 

18 Best Podcasts for Kids in Elementary, Middle and High School 

Kate Messner.com: A collection of favourite authors and illustrators share resources that include video read-alouds, drawing and writing lessons. 

Secret Life of Canada: For learners aged 15-17 years, see links below:  Solaro: Find course lessons, reviews, and practice tests for students in Gr. 3-12. From science and math to social studies and English, Solaro follows the Alberta curriculum and provides online access to the same information found in The Key study guides.

SolveMePuzzles: Use logic to solve visual, interactive mathematical puzzles (Suitable for K-Gr. 12) 

What's Going on in this Picture?: Images from The New York Times stripped of their captions – and an invitation for students to discuss and write about. 

Let's Talk Science:  Let’s Talk Science supports the development of all youth into creative, critical thinkers and knowledgeable citizens who are prepared to participate and thrive in a complex global environment. See additional links below: Would You Rather: Use comparative reasoning, critical thinking, and justification to choose between two scenarios. (Suitable for ​K-Gr. 12 and roughly categorized into grade groupings)