Home Learning Resources

While schools are closed, the eLibrary is still open 24/7. To enhance your home learning experience, Library staff have a highlighted a few great online resources. You may need your PACL card to access some of these resources, but remember--your PAUSD student ID is your library card! 

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Kids Homework Help  

  • Brainfuse: An online An online homework and study tools for kids, teens and adults. Tutors are available every day from 1-10 PM PDT to provide:                    
    • Live tutoring—live online help from expert tutors
    • MEET—schedule sessions with friends in a private virtual study room 
  • NoveList K-8 Plus: Book recommendations for K-8 readers, including nonfiction, mood-based and Core Curriculum recommendations 

Teen Homework Help 

  • Gale Research in ContextEngaging reference, periodical, and multimedia content supporting national and state curriculum standards for grades 6 to 12  
  • Infoplease Homework Help: Infoplease is a free reference site, and it provides Homework Help on many subjects for grades K-8  

Test Prep 

  • Testing & Education Reference Center: Prepare for your next high school, college or career exam with this resource
  • Mango Languages: Keep practicing your international languages learning skills using this popular resource! For ages 6 and up, Mango Languages provides interactive exercises and tools for learning over 70 languages, including English.  

Some other useful information for our distance learners and families: 

Virtual Field Trips: 

Live Animal Cams:  

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