Child Friendly Websites

doc mcstuffins website link
sesame street website link
Nick jr. website link
pbs website link
mr rogers website link
angelina ballerina website link
hippoworks website link
curious george website link
cruise into kindergarten website link
Welcome to our ​Cruise into Kindergarten Online Game! Pennsylvania Public Libraries designed this game board to introduce you and your preschool child to engaging online resources to strengthen early literacy, math, and science skills. You are encouraged to click on as many of the game squares as you want, but don't feel like you need to explore them all at once. We want you to enjoy a little screen time with your child, whenever it is convenient for you. The activities will provide opportunities for you to talk, sing, read, write and play with your child. You may want to bookmark your favorite sites as you explore. Please visit your local library to discover more Cruise into Kindergarten resources and programs!
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Tumblebooks...Fun for the Whole Family!
Tumblebooks are an interactive learning tool for children, resources include non-fiction books,
games, puzzles, and much more. Click on the link to check it out now!
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The new POWER KIDS webpage is available and it features kid-centered e-resources, Chat with a librarian, Books, movies, and more, and PA Photos and Documents. It's all of the main POWER Library services in a single, attractive interface designed just for kids. Try it out today and find our just how powerful it is!

BookFLIX... Watch, read, and learn! A fun way to read for PreK-3 grades. You can even find films and books in Spanish.

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TrueFLIX, Grolier's non-fiction counterpart to BookFLIX, is now available in POWER Library.  This science and social studies resource for 3rd through 6th graders includes a “Resources & Tools” section which offers lesson plans, quizzes, promotional materials and other downloadable resources.

Parent Information:

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Parents, do you want to find out about that video your child has picked out before you watch it?  Check out this site to find reviews, levels of violence, drinking and language and rating by other parents.  Common Sense Media is a San Francisco based non-profit organization that provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children.
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What's the buzz in new children's books? Find top choices in children's books for kids and teens.  Find books by age, author, award winners, series, genre and much more.