We’ve put together a special list of games and educational resources for you to stay entertained and keep learning at home while the library building is closed. Visit our list of resources for Fun and Learning from Home!
Plus, print out some original coloring pages designed by Ms. Christina and featuring some familiar faces from our children’s department!
Video and Book Lists
Check out these themed lists from Reading Rockets:
- Around the World
- World Folktales
- Aliens! and Other Strange Creatures
- For Laughing Out Loud
- Young Detectives
For more reading suggestions, ask a librarian or try NoveList K-8, a database of fiction for kids.
When you are working on a report for school, these reference sites can help. You will need your library card to reach this site from home.
Be Internet Awesome is a resource from Google that teaches kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore the online world with confidence.
- Funderstanding Roller Coasters
- Castles on the Web
- The Magic School Bus
- Up To Ten Kids
- Games at Scholastic.com
- PBS Kids
- Sesame Street
- ABCmouse (in-library use only)