Online Learning for Middle School Age Students

Whether you are teaching and learning from home, looking for educational resources to supplement your curricula, or seeking some extra practice exercises to reinforce concepts and skills, Danbury Library has you covered. Scroll below to find a wealth of web-based research sites, educational videos, online tutorials and more.

State Research Databases

Find books, articles and primary sources to help you with your homework.

LOC Teen Readers and Writers

The Library of Congress Teen Page has tons of books and resources to discover and videos to inspire you!

Girls Who Code: Code at Home

Free computer science activities for students, educators and parents.

Teen Ink

Teen Ink is a national magazine and website devoted entirely to teen writing and art. It’s the primary place to publish your creative work!

Khan Academy

The Khan Academy platform contains practice exercises, instructional videos, dashboard analytics and teacher tools which empower learners in and outside of the classroom to study at their own pace.

eLearning for Kids

E-learning for kids is a global, nonprofit foundation dedicated to fun and free learning on the internet for children ages 5 – 12. Math World and Science World are curriculum based courses designed to cover the entire primary years education for math and science.

TumbleMath – Math eBooks for Grades K-6

TumbleMath is a comprehensive collection of math picture books available online for grades K-6. All titles are provided in the TumbleBook format complete with animation and narration. The books are accompanied by supplementary materials such as lesson plans and quizzes.

Library Digital Content

Have a dance party with Freegal music, watch an educational documentary on Kanopy, check out an ebook or audiobook with OverDrive, or enjoy increased checkouts of movies and more through Hoopla.

Young Writers Society

An online community for young writers ages 13+.