Millions turn to Britannica School every day for differentiated instruction, Common Core support, and trusted, up-to-date learning materials for ages 4 to 18.
This immersive language approach introduces children to English pronunciation, vocabulary, and essential phrases using animations, live action, chants, and songs.
This extensive collection of Encyclopædia Britannica’s foreign language content offers trustworthy information in Spanish, Japanese, Korean, simplified Chinese, and French.
Nearly 3 million rights-cleared images from over 45 of the best collections in the world are now available from one site—Britannica ImageQuest.
Designed for ages 4 to 7, Learning Zone provides age-appropriate, play-based activities that teach colors, geography, numbers, shapes, sounds, time, and words.
Britannica Pathways: Science is a standards-correlated online tool that uses an interactive, “probe” framework to teach the scientific method and eliminate commonly held misconceptions.
Step-by-step modules that help define, prioritize, and act on goals that will build an effective school library program.
SmartMath, Britannica’s online math program, makes practice and differentiation easy! A game-like interface motivates students and holds their attention, while SmartMath‘s advanced technology adapts to each student’s level.
Spanish Reference Center delivers two reference and learning products in one—one age-appropriate resource for elementary learners and another for more advanced users.
Perfect for homework, projects, and satisfying natural curiosity, Universalis Junior Online is an easy-to-use and engaging French-language tool that teaches research skills and makes learning fun.
21st-Century Explorer provides reference and learning tools for students who read below grade level, are dealing with specific learning problems, or are at risk of falling behind.