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Are you homeschooling - either because of a family choice, or because of COVID-19? The Milton Public Library is ready to help you and your students negotiate the world of at-home learning.
- On this page, learn about the Library's resources to support remote learners
- Check out our physical holdings on the Books from Our Collection page
- The Useful Websites page contains a collection of sites we have curated that may be of interest to you as you establish or supplement an at-home curriculum.
Want to recommend a source for inclusion here? Please email me with your recommendations.
Want to read e-books with your student? Check out our collections of fiction and non-fiction e-books and audiobooks for all ages.
The Milton Public Library offers discounts for families to many local museums. For more information and to reserve a pass, please visit:
our Museum Passes Page.
Cool Tools That Kids Can Use @ Milton Public Library
Nonfiction texts, world newspapers, videos and more, for grades 4-adult
Science for the next generation
World Book Kids
World Book encyclopedia content for younger library users
World Book Student
All of World Book, plus additional resources for upper elementary and middle school
Science and social studies titles for gr. 3-6, with related videos and more
Gale in Context: Elementary
Research content, including magazines, for gr. K-5, with a graphic interface. Formerly known as Kids Infobits
Interactive language learning in English, French, Spanish and five more world languages
French language encyclopedia for kids
TumbleBooks is a curated database of children's e-books for grades K-6
Pairs classic picturebook videos with related nonfiction books