Schedule of Children's Events
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Great Educational Sites for Kids
PBS Kids - Find all your favorite PBS characters, each with learning games for kids to play.
Wonderopolis - Discover a new wonder each day. Wonders are amazing facts and intriguing questions.
Interland - Kids can play their way to being Internet Awesome with Interland, an online adventure that puts the key lessons of digital safety into hands-on practice with four challenging games.
The Boredom Buster - Kids Games - Select the age of the kids playing, the amount of kids and if you want to play indoors or outdoors. Wide variety of games with some fun science experiments thrown in. A great resource for when your child tells you they are bored!
National Geographic Little Kids - Features games, crafts and recipes, science, videos, and animal information. It's perfect for ages 5 and under.
National Geographic Kids - Games videos, information, cool photos and more.
Fun Brain - Math and reading video-like games.
Whyville - Tweens hang out in Whyville to play learning games and socialize
Pottermore - JK Rowling created this site so kids could read the books and do interactive features and games.
Spatulatta - Get into cooking on this kid-friendly cooking website with lots of videos and recipes.
NGA Kids - This website gives users art adventures and activities form the National Gallery of Art.
BookFlix is an online literacy resource that pairs video storybooks with nonfiction eBooks. (Grades PreK - 3)
The code for our library is PL2878 followed by eight digits. These eight digits must include your library card number using zeros as fillers.
Interactive game designed by Pennsylvania Public Libraries to introduce you and your preschool child to engaging online resources to strengthen early literacy, math, and science skills.
Make math part of the family routine. Every day, we serve up a quick bite of wacky math just for fun. Parents can sign up by email, on the website, and on the free app. No logins. No drilling. No scores. It takes only 5 minutes a day, and kids clamor for it.