A-Z List of Resources for Educators
Learn together by bookmarking the Library Information for Educators page. Featuring printable PDF flyers to share with your school community, this page can help you and your students use the library. You may also request a Virtual Class Visit.
You will need a Yolo County Library card to use the resources below.
Un excelente recurso digital en español que ayuda a enriquecer el aprendizaje de los estudiantes de primaria y secundaria. Incluye más de 15.000 artículos de la encyclopedia, 9.000 elementos multimedia (imágenes, videos, audio y mapas detallados) y 65 juegos educativos.*
Ver un video introductorio de 3 minutos
Find information on thousands of topics, including resources for teachers and students, popular magazines, professional journals, reference books, images, AP news video clips, and primary sources. Contains full-text access to Consumer Reports from 1991 - present.
View a 4-minute introductory video
Click the "REDEEM" button, then create an account or log in with your email address and password. If you have questions about accessing the NYT, please contact NYT@library.ca.gov.*
View a 2-minute on-site access video
View a 3-minute off-site access video
View the catalog of Learning Network videos
Over 1,500 streaming PBS documentary series and documentaries. Content topics range from art and Shakespeare to business and economics.*
View the how-to webpage
Yolo County Library provides a sample of the content. View the press release from the State Library for information on how to access full episodes.
A-Z list of additional resources for educators
Free teaching resources covering key curriculum subjects.
Popular blog with links to 100 activities, crafts, and games to do at home.
Community calendar featuring free local virtual events for young children and their families. Events in English and Spanish.
Resources and activities for families with children of different learning levels and areas of interest.
Curriculum and resources for grades Pre K – 12. Exhibits in real-time on their webcams and games and activities for all ages.
Indigenous educators volunteer to teach short K-8 lessons online through Facebook.
Ideas, inspiration, and giveaways for teachers, including fun websites, games, apps, and hands-on activities for students K – 5.