Spotlight: PebbleGo Suite for grades K-3

With families back in the fall school routine, children might be bringing home assignments and curiosity!

Edmonton Public Library offers great digital resources for students across a range of subjects - this month, we're shining a light on PebbleGo. Designed for grades K-3, PebbleGo offers updated, age-appropriate and interactive articles. The resource is free to access with your library card.

PebbleGo Suite

PebbleGo's social studies articles cover many topics including communities and culture, jobs, families and the environment. Each article includes a video, PDF activity sheet and read-aloud narration that highlights text so readers can follow along.

New articles featuring Canadian and North American topics have been added.

PebbleGo also offers articles on science and animals for elementary students. Topics include introductions to earth and space sciences, math, methods of making art and engineering practices. The animals section features an extensive and exploration-friendly article tree with dinosaurs, invertebrates, birds, mammals and more.

Any dino fans in the household? PebbleGo's dinosaur article tree is fun to explore.

Looking for even more digital resources and activities for children?

EPL offers an extensive collection of digital resources for kids - here's a small selection of our favourites:


Learning support from live, online tutors for grades K-12!


Alberta-specific curriculum resources including course lessons, reviews and quizzes for grades 3 to 12.

PebbleGo Next

Designed for grades 3-6 and the older sibling of PebbleGo Suite, this resource covers science topics like plant growth, electricity, magnetism and more.

National Geographic Kids

Games, videos and magazine issues of Nat Geo Kids are all included in this resource.

Looking for resources for arts, languages and music? Don't miss EPL's recent back-to-school digital primer.

For those with very young children, we're also sharing a new series on the fundamentals of early literacy. 

Does your family have any favourite new reads or resources to share? Leave a comment!