Library Links

"Content that might be of interest to Teacher-Librarians..."


Some Science Links -

Science Links to Explore

Freezeray (a site developed by teachers in the UK for middle and high school that offers visual teaching-aids for use with interactive whiteboards)

CassioPeia Project (provides video resources for middle and high school science classes)

The Periodic Table of Videos (provides entertaining and instructional video explanation of each element)

Genetic Science Learning Center (provides information for high on the basics of DNA, stem cells, cloning, etc. in interactive learning ways, 3D animations, and more for high school science classes)

Some sites for teaching Math -

Math Links to Explore

Learning Today teacher toolbox (grade K-5; with resources for use with interactive whiteboards)

Think Math (grade K-5)

[Smart Measurement] Wikispaces (grade K-6)

Math Apprentice (grade 4-7)

Math Snacks (grade 6-8)

Math and the Movies (grade 6-12)

10 Minute Math blog (a blog by a high school teacher)


More online French Reading

Il était une histoire
Stories can be read (or listened to) on-line, or downloaded as PDFs and even as sound files. Stories, legendes, fairytales and and some non-fiction reading as well.

FYI - Tracking Series Mystery Books

While this might not be so useful for your students, here's a site that will let you track the release dates of mystery books that are part of a series. It also lists Award winners and nominees. You can even subscribe to the newsletter.

"Stop, You’re Killing Me! is a resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books. We list over 3,300 authors, with chronological lists of their books (over 37,000 titles), both series (3,700+) and non-series. Use the alphabetical author and character links above  or the special indexes in the left column."

Want to explore some eContent?

Here are some places to visit to find some content in ePub format for eBooks.
(These will work on most ereaders, including the iPad.)

epubBooks provides a selection of high quality, free ePub eBooks, for everyone to read and the collection is growing daily.

Google Books
To get started, just find any public domain book on Google Books and click on the Download button in the toolbar.

On Feedbooks you'll discover thousands of public domain books and original books from new authors that you can read on any mobile device.

These were created from the free books available as part of Project Gutenberg. (In English and other languages)

This free web site allows you to convert a PDF to an EPUB file (for easier reading on an iTouch or iPad.)