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Wisconsin schools have access to the following Britannica Solutions through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

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Learn how to access your Britannica Solutions from the BadgerLink website.

Your Britannica Resources

Britannica School

The go-to site for K-12 research

Named best digital tool for teaching and learning and best digital tool for blended learning

Britannica Fundamentals

Read, explore, play, create

Britannica Fundamentals is filled with games, read-aloud books, drawing, & science exploration for Pre-K learners

Britannica Library

A multimedia learning & research resource for all ages

Easily choose an age-appropriate level for conducting research, or completing homework in the library or at home

Merriam-Webster Unabridged

For writers, college students, researchers, and everyday word nerds

Exclusive access to Merriam-Webster’s most comprehensive definitions in America’s largest, most powerful dictionary

Britannica Escolar

Universally trusted for accurate content in Spanish

With two levels—Primaria for elementary and Secundaria for middle school— Escolar offers unique content that is of interest to every student

Britannica Moderna

The definitive Spanish-language resource

For native Spanish speakers, bilingual students, and students learning Spanish, older students can turn to Britannica Moderna for their research needs

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Expedition: Learn! Scope & Sequence

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View the available lessons for elementary and middle school science and social studies

Expedition: Learn! Teacher Toolkits

Expedition: Learn! Reading Levels

Choose between 4 reading levels to meet the needs of every learner

Expedition: Learn! Spark Video

Each Expedition: Learn! Lesson begins with a video to spark students’ interest in the topic


Britannica Expedition: Learn!

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