By grade

By grade

Kindergarten to Grade 6

 
BookFlix (from Scholastic)
Animated read-along storybooks and videos for early learners. Stories come to life with animated pictures and words to help young children learn to read. Choose from books about animals and nature, adventure, or ABCs and 123s. Continue learning after the story with related quizzes and puzzles. (US resource. No specific Canadian content. Early learner books, pre-K-Grade 3) 
 
Brainfuse
Free online tutoring for students and support for adult learners. Students studying the Alberta curriculum in Grades 2 to 12 can access online help from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm daily. Chat live with a tutor and create your own study tools with flashcards and games. Support for adult learners is also available, whether you are going back to school, switching jobs, or brushing up on your skills. (Alberta curriculum specific. Grades 2-12) 
 
Calgary Public Library Resources
e-books, Bookflix, music, movies, online tutoring, encyclopedias, etc. 

Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines 
Review the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for ages 5-17  The Canadian Encyclopedia
Search for a specific topic, or browse more than 30,000 multimedia items, including images, maps, games, audio, and video. You can dive deeper into a topic with interactive features, including content exhibits, timelines, classroom resources, quizzes, and themed study guides. (Mainly grades 4+ for comprehension level.)  
 
eReading Room for Kids
Ebooks and Audiobooks just for kids. Borrow children’s books for free with your Library card, to read or listen to on your computer. Or, take the book on the go by downloading to your mobile device with the Libby app. (This is the Calgary Public Library’s online catalog, curated for kids aged 0 to 12).
 
Gale Virtual Reference Library eBooks Online
Find full-text eBooks for learners of all ages on topics including coding, business, and travel, as well as DK Eyewitness books about animals, history, geography, weather, technology, and more.  Business Plans Handbooks for entrepreneurs are here. (US-based resource. Not specific to Alberta outcomes, but a great resource if you have a kid who loves non-fiction, especially DK Eyewitness books. They’re all available online, even if the eBook is checked out from the library. K-Adult) 
 
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.​ 

Muzzy Online
Online language learning for kids. K-6. Flash required 

Starfall 
Songs, books and games for K-3 students

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. 

Study Buddy 
Find school Digital Resources for grades 1-12 Search Study Buddy to find fiction and non-fiction eBooks, articles, audiobooks, and worksheets for science, nature, math, art, or Alberta topics. Designed for grades 1 – 12 (ages six and up). (Calgary Public Library created. Cross-references with Alberta curriculum)
 
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. (Grades K to 6) 
 
Would You Rather 
Use comparative reasoning, critical thinking, and justification to choose between two scenarios. (Suitable for ​K – 12 and roughly categorized into grade groupings) 
 

Grade 6 to 9

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

Brainfuse

Free online tutoring for students and support for adult learners. Students studying the Alberta curriculum in Grades 2 to 12 can access online help from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm daily. Chat live with a tutor and create your own study tools with flashcards and games. Support for adult learners is also available, whether you are going back to school, switching jobs, or brushing up on your skills. (Alberta curriculum specific. Grades 2-12)  

Calgary Public Library Resources
Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines 
Review the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for ages 5-17 e-books, Bookflix, music, movies, online tutoring, encyclopedias, etc. 

The Canadian Encyclopedia
Search for a specific topic, or browse more than 30,000 multimedia items, including images, maps, games, audio, and video. You can dive deeper into a topic with interactive features, including content exhibits, timelines, classroom resources, quizzes, and themed study guides. (Mainly grades 4+ for comprehension level.)  

CommonLit
Fiction and non-fiction texts for students in G​rades 3-12 

Estimation180 
Use visual estimation, and patterning to form an estimate based on a picture and then see a “reveal" (Suitable for Grades 4 – 9)  

Gale Virtual Reference Library eBooks Online
Find full-text eBooks for learners of all ages on topics including coding, business, and travel, as well as DK Eyewitness books about animals, history, geography, weather, technology, and more.  Business Plans Handbooks for entrepreneurs are here. (US-based resource. Not specific to Alberta outcomes, but a great resource if you have a kid who loves non-fiction, especially DK Eyewitness books. They’re all available online, even if the eBook is checked out from the library. K-Adult) 
 
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 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. 

SolveMePuzzles 
Use logic to solve visual, interactive mathematical puzzles (Suitable for K – 12) 

Study Buddy 
Find school Digital Resources for grades 1-12 Search Study Buddy to find fiction and non-fiction eBooks, articles, audiobooks, and worksheets for science, nature, math, art, or Alberta topics. Designed for grades 1 – 12 (ages six and up). (Calgary Public Library created. Cross-references with Alberta curriculum)

TeenBookCloud
An online collection of eBooks, novels, graphic novels, video, and audiobooks through the Calgary Public Libra​ry (click on “Access TeenBookCloud" bottom of page) 

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  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. (Grades K to 6) 

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

Grades 10 to 12

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

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
Search for a specific topic, or browse more than 30,000 multimedia items, including images, maps, games, audio, and video. You can dive deeper into a topic with interactive features, including content exhibits, timelines, classroom resources, quizzes, and themed study guides. (Mainly grades 4+ for comprehension level.)  

CommonLit
Fiction and non-fiction texts for students in G​rades 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.” 

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 

Gale Virtual Reference Library eBooks Online
Find full-text eBooks for learners of all ages on topics including coding, business, and travel, as well as DK Eyewitness books about animals, history, geography, weather, technology, and more.  Business Plans Handbooks for entrepreneurs are here. (US-based resource. Not specific to Alberta outcomes, but a great resource if you have a kid who loves non-fiction, especially DK Eyewitness books. They’re all available online, even if the eBook is checked out from the library. K-Adult) 

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.  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. 

SolveMePuzzles 
Use logic to solve visual, interactive mathematical puzzles (Suitable for K – 12) 

Study Buddy 
Find school Digital Resources for grades 1-12 Search Study Buddy to find fiction and non-fiction eBooks, articles, audiobooks, and worksheets for science, nature, math, art, or Alberta topics. Designed for grades 1 – 12 (ages six and up). (Calgary Public Library created. Cross-references with Alberta curriculum)

TeenBookCloud
An online collection of eBooks, novels, graphic novels, video, and audiobooks through the Calgary Public Libra​ry (click on “Access TeenBookCloud" bottom of page) 

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