Paw Paw District Library


The closing of schools doesn't mean you have to stop learning.
Check out some great learning resources below!
 

 


MEL provides FREE resources for all ages!

There's a database for everyone from general learning to college and career prep testing, and much, much more.

Tumble Book Library

Check out this audio book database for all ages.
Access through August 31st.

 

...And don't forget about the digital services the library offers!

 


ELEMENTARY:

 

*Username: MHK
Password: 1234

*Free access until June 30th

 

Michigan History for Kids is aimed at children in third and fourth grades, but anyone at any age will find the content interesting and informative!
 

 

TumbleBooks’ databases are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! Your can read as many
books as you want, when you want, and on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or bulky downloads.
Books are available instantly. Access through August 31st.

K-6 children's ebook database                          K-6 math ebook database
 

 

Learn a New Language - Want to learn Spanish, French, German, Korean or another language? You are in luck!  There are numerous great websites and apps out there to get you started. One of the top resources is Duolingo. This great site/app is free and will let you work on a new language in 5-10 minutes a day.
 


Learn the Language of Computers - If you have a device, you can learn to code.  Whether you are looking at apps like Scratch jr for our youngest learners or the resources at Code.org, Scratch or CSfirst for our older students, there is plenty available to explore this new skill.

 

 

With a Song in my Heart -  Prodigies is a YouTube channel that focuses on teaching students how to understand music, sing in tune, and play basic rhythms. They focus on an audience that is preschool aged and up.

 

 

Ready...set...go! -  Want to learn the science behind sports?  Check out Sports Science for Kids to conduct an experiment with bouncing balls, or learn how the laws of physics relate to baseball pitching.

 

 

 

MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL:

 

TumbleBooks’ databases are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! Your can read as many
books as you want, when you want, and on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or bulky downloads.
Books are available instantly. Access through August 31st.

Grades 7-12 ebook database

 

 

Learn a New Language - Want to learn Spanish, French, German, Korean or another language? You are in luck!  There are numerous great websites and apps out there to get you started. One of the top resources is Duolingo. This great site/app is free and will let you work on a new language in 5-10 minutes a day.

 

 

Learn How to Sketchnote - The website Verbal To Visual contains videos, blog posts, and guides that help you make your thinking visual. Those who sketchnote tend to find a new understanding of how to organize their thoughts in an engaging way. One does not even need to be an artist to reap the benefits!

 

 

Learn to Code - Anyone at any age can learn to code. Try digging through Khan Academy’s Intro to JS: Drawing and Animation to draw objects using JavaScript. Or, Codecademy has a great course on JavaScript or Python (one of programming’s most popular codes to learn/use right now!)
 


Learn to Feed Yourself - Epicurious has a wonderful YouTube Channel that teaches users all about how to improve their cooking skills. What person doesn’t want to know the best way to make scrambled eggs!

 


 

COLLEGE / ADULT:

 

National Emergency Library


National Emergency Library

Provides 1.4 million digitized books to students and the public.

 

 

Exercise your brain - play games, solve puzzles, learn something new! Build your brain power by doing fun, challenging brain building activities!Train your brain with these FREE online games!

Brain Training 101
Braincurls

Sharpbrains
Braingle
Logic Puzzles
Learn Spanish
Jigsaw Puzzles