Got FCAT? No Problem!
The Orange County Library System is here to assist students, parents, and teachers. Learn more about how the Library can help you study!
If you are viewing this page from home, you will need your Orange County resident library card to access some of the resources.
OCLS Online Resources
Elementary, middle, and high school students can find help with homework assignments on Homework Help @ OCLS. Books, databases, and websites are recommended for each school subject.
Browse Accelerated Reader/Reading Counts lists for most Orange County Public Schools on Read the Books! Each book is linked to the Library's catalog. Once you find the perfect book, check it out, or have it delivered to your home.
TumbleBooks is an online collection of animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they'll love. Familiar books are read aloud as the illustrations dance on screen.
Entertaining and educational DVDs introduce school skills and provide review materials for the test.
Books, videos, and electronic resources to help students and parents prepare for the FCAT. Many resources are available in multiple languages.
Improve your math skills from preschool to high school with work books, DVDs, and more.
Books, videos, and electronic resources for students of all ages to improve reading comprehension.
Materials for students of all ages to explore any area of science. You'll also find science project ideas.
Establish study skills for students of all ages. These tips can make studying easier and more memorable.
Online practice exams for a wide variety of tests like FCAT 4th grade reading and 5th grade math are available in LearningExpress Library. Create an account and practice a little each day.
From astronomy to zoology, get information about science experiments, lives of famous scientists, scientific discoveries, and more from Science Online.
Tutor.com provides live online homework help from qualified tutors for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. These free sessions are open everyday after school from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. Now available as a mobile app for iPad, iPod Touch, and iPhone.
The Florida Department of Education recommends several websites for kids to develop reading skills through word games and activities. Each website has a recommended age guide.
Learn more about FCAT 2.0 and the new generation of testing.
Have fun and practice the skills needed for the FCAT with FCAT Explorer, the official tutorial created by the Florida Department of Education.
Practice the FCAT with sample questions from previous FCAT tests provided by the Florida Department of Education.
The Orlando Sentinel compiles local stories related to schools including the FCAT so that readers can share their feelings about it with others in the community. Join the discussion by posting a comment.