Phone: (251) 861-3864
WELCOME TO DAUPHIN ISLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY
- Kindergarten students check out 1 book.
- First Grade check out 1 book during the first semester, and they check out 2 books during the second semester
- 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students may check out 2 books.
The Library Media Center hours are from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. on school days for both teachers and students.
We have one computer lab in the Media Center. Teachers schedule research times for their students to use the computer lab. Teachers bring classes in for 30 minutes a session. During this time students use technology to complete assignments.
Teachers can schedule time to bring students in for printed research to complete assignments. Teachers also may schedule time to bring classes in to check books in and out. Students may come to the Media Center on an individual basis with a pass, during their lunch break, or after school to complete assignments and check books in and out.
AR Home Connect
Check your child's AR progress here.
Login here for access to hundreds of free ebooks.
Mobile Public Library
Program dates are from October 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014. By establishing a daily reading routine at home and fueling the desire to read through great books, you can read your hearts out and earn a coupon for 1 free Pizza Hut personal pan pizza. Each month Mrs. Allgood will be checking AR goals to see who has meet their goal up to that point. We will be rewarding coupons monthly.
Learn about the importance of healthy nutrition, exercise, and hygiene at this interactive, colorful site.
From the American Museum of Natural History for grades 4-7: The basic concepts in the areas of astronomy, biodiversity, physical science, genetics, and paleontology are presented in an entertaining way.
Sun Clock and World Time Zone Maps
Interactive site demonstrating periods of sunlight on Earth
USDA for Kids
Multiple sites related to agriculture, nutrition,and conservation
Kids Do Ecology
Learn about biomes, marine animals, conservation projects, and various environmental links
National Biological Information Infrastructure
A website containing numerous links to environmental information for every state in the nation
Environmental Kids Club
Learn about plants, animals, forests, oceans, prairies, endangered species, air, water, garbage, and recycling through various activities and links.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Kid's Corner
Endangered Means There is Still Time This site from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Endangered Species Program demonstrates how loss of habitat and ecosystems can lead to a decline in biodiversity, and how the Endangered Species Act helps prevent extinction. View slide programs, spotlight on endangered species, recovery programs, endangered species coloring book, Jr. Duck Stamp program.
EcoWorld: Nature and Technology in Harmony
News articles and links to environmental topics
National Audubon Society
Learn about birds and much more.
A website with illustrations to explain seasons
Learn about space, astronauts, planets, and seasons. Educational games can be found here as well.
Information on the following tribes: Dine, Muscogee, Tlingit, Lakota, and Iroquois. Choose icons leading to descriptions of housing, clothes, food, leaders, land, and history.
For 4th grade and up: The Library of Congress offers information on the 50 states, period music, archival pictures, and fascinating trivia.
You Are the Historian
This site provides an online source for early colonial and Native American history. Investigate 17th century life in America including the first Thanksgiving.
A description of the first Thanksgiving is provided, including the actual menu.
Hymns and Carols of Christmas
What is the story behind "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", and other Christmas favorites?
Virtual Marching Tour of the Revolutionary War
A summary of major battles of the Revolutionary War
Links to Alabama symbols, facts, cities, historical information, etc.
Battle of Breed's Hill/Bunker Hill
A summary of the Revolutionary War battle plus links to additional information
National Archives Experience
View, read, and download the Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, The Bill of Rights, and access links to other documents important to our nation as well as information concerning the founding fathers.
Color Landform Atlas of the United States
Maps of every state including relief maps, county maps, and satellite imagery
Learn about the lives of the Pilgrims and the Native Americans, the Wampanaog, through various topics: stories, homework help, coloring pages, riddles, recipes, and object of the month. Don't miss this site!
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Learn about famous Alabamians and much more at this Alabama history website.
Learn about famous early Americans and their contributions to the United States.
Presidents of the United States
Learn about the U.S.presidents as well as the White House.
Presidents of the United States
Information concerning the U.S. presidents as well as the first ladies, pets, political parties, portraits, pictures, etc.
University of Alabama Map Library
Over 6,000 current and historical maps representing Alabama, the United States and the world can be found at this site.
Alabama Historical Maps- Alabama Genealogy
Early maps of Alabama plus an animated immigration map of the United States
Alabama Census and County Formation Maps
This site uses census and county formation maps to demonstrate settlement patterns and population changes from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries.
The Official Web Site of the State of Alabama
A fun site for learning math skills. Answer a question correctly and make a basketball shot.
Explore math concepts with lots of activities. Visit Polygon Playground and Tessellation Town. Create math art and animations.
American Library Association listing of Newbery award winning "chapter" books for young people.
Familiar characters such as Sesame Street's "The Count", Clifford the Big Red Dog, and Jay Jay the Jet Plane provide lots of interactive fun.
Classic Fairy Tales
Animation is used to retell Grimm, Andersen and other classic fairytales. This site includes games and print-out coloring pages.
International Children's Digital Library
Access hundreds of children's books from around the world.
Kids Poetry Page
Magnetic Poetry: Click and drag words on to a refrigerator and create your own poetry.
Marilee's List Of Picture Book Links
Links to hundreds of picture books on line as well as author sites
This site provides all types of reading fun for K-1 students!!!!!!
A wide array of resources and opportunities are available at this site. Add this one to your favorites list.
Kids Search Tools
This site contains search boxes to children's search engines and reference sources.
Created by librarians, this site lists over 5,000 websites for children under different categories.
FirstGov for Kids
Developed by the Federal Consumer Information Center, this site contains an abundance of sites from a variety of sources.
Kids Search Engines
Targeting younger students, this site lists search engines, directories, and guides and includes all the favorites.
World Almanac for Kids
A website filled with all kinds of information including such topics as: animals, environment, inventions, nations, population, U. S. presidents, religion, space, sports, states, and U. S. history timeline. Check out the fun and games center as well.