We have a list of staff curated websites to keep kids entertained and learning at home.
Once you’ve finished watching our new storytime videos, check out Jbrary! Find a wealth of information for parents and caregivers on how to create your own storytimes or browse their storytime playlists. Early Years.
PBS Kids is full of fun (and sometimes educational!) videos and games for younger children. Pre-K to Grade 2.
TVO Kids Games has quality games with characters kids know and love. Explore around for some great learning opportunities too! Early Grades.
Spatulatta offers amazing recipes & cooking instructions via video by kids, and for kids! Middle Grades
Hogwarts Digital Escape Room
Solve magical problems to break out of a Hogwarts Digital Escape Room. Created by Sydney Krawiec, Youth Services Librarian at Peters Township Public Library in McMurray, PA. Middle years - teens.
100 Things Teenagers Can Do Without Screens
A (not comprehensive) list of 100 Things Teenagers Can Do Without Screens from Your Teen for Parents magazine. Explore around this site for advice and information about subjects such as college and admissions. Teens.
Family Time Capsule
Make journal style time capsule of this historical event as it happens with a Covid-19 Time Capsule! Use this template or invent your own. Template created by Long Creations. All ages.
Harry Potter At Home
Harry Potter at Home is an awesome collection of activities, videos, puzzles, illustrations, quizzes, and much more from the wizarding world! All ages.
Tired of your house? You can still visit a museum or theme park from your computer with this list of the Best Virtual Tours! Good House Keeping has put together a list of family friendly tours of institutions like the Louvre, NASA or MoMA. All ages.
Peep & the Big Wide World
Peep & the Big Wide World offers preschool science and math educational games and videos for early learners. Pre K to Grade 2.
Suggestions for parents and caregivers to keep their children learning at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Created by the provincial government to support home learning. Pre K to grade 12.
Wide Open School
Wide Open School links to a wide range of resources and subjects for quality learn-at-home resources. Pre K to grade 12.
Mad Libs Educator Guide
These Mad Libs for early grades aim to help develop grammar and vocabulary. K to grade 2.
e-Learning for Kids
e-Learning for Kids is curriculum-based learning for children ages 5-12 in Math, Science, Environmental skills, Computer skills, Health, Language and Life skills. K to grade 6.
Funbrain uses a variety of entertaining games to build Math & Reading skills. K to grade 8.
Explore STEM themed coloring sheets, at-home experiments and interactive quizzes with Mad Science. K to grade 8+.
National Geographic Learn-At Home
National Geographic Learn-At Home offers curated collections of learning activities to implement at home. By educators. For educators, parents, and caregivers. K to grade 12.
Wonderville is a place for kids to learn about STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) by playing online games, watching videos and conducting experiments. *Free access ONLY during Canadian school closure. K to grade 12.
Smithsonian Learning Lab
Smithsonian Learning Lab offers free resources for teaching and learning by subject. Grade 8 to 12.
Khan Academy helps students learn through video tutorials, interactive exercises, in-depth articles covering topics such as math, science, economics, history, and more. Grade 8 to 12.
CK-12 provides a library of free online textbooks, videos, exercises, flashcards, and real-world applications for over 5000 concepts from arithmetic to history. * American content. Grade 8 to 12.