Spring Learning Websites: For Seventh and Eighth Grade

There are so many different websites with interactive learning content! This spring, explore some we highly recommend for children in seventh and eighth grade.

Coolmath Games: Use mathematics principles to defeat these games! If you want to learn the concepts behind the games, check out sister site Coolmath to see all the cool ways math is all around us.

Khan Academy: Explore any subject you've learned about in school, or any subject you want to learn about from US history to math divided up by grade level to art history through videos, lessons, quizzes and exercises. Plus, you can start to explore college and career paths or do test prep.

Museum of Science and Industry: Experiment with online games, videos or instructions to do hands-on projects at MSI's website.

Try these online resources available with your Chicago Public Library card or at a Chicago Public Library location.

Biography (Gale in Context): Find biographies of more than half a million people from all across history, including celebrities and world leaders that are still moving and shaking the world today. Search for someone you're interested in or use the Person Search to explore by nationality, ethnicity, occupation and more.

Mango Languages: You can learn more than 70 languages by clicking your way through these interactive lessons. Listen and talk along at your own pace!

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