TOP LIBRARY RESOURCES FOR KIDS
Animals (including dinosaurs) and social studies sections of this early literacy and learning tool. Easy-to-navigate visual interface for emerging readers.
A collection of TumbleBooks (animated, talking picture books), TumblePuzzles, TumbleQuizzes and TumbleResources for Teachers. TumbleBooks are created from existing picture books which have been licensed from children's book publishers and converted to the TumbleBook format.
Is an interactive website for your child to learn math, reading, and so much more! To access the site, log in using the following information:
Enjoy reading 1,000 books with your little one!
1,000 Books is a national program developed to encourage early literacy development by reading to young children. The program is simple. Log your reading and earn badges and prizes along the way. 1,000 books may sound like a lot, but by reading just one book a night, you could read over 1,000 books together in just three years!
TALK: TEXT AND LEARN
Build pre-literacy skills at just the touch of your hands! TALK sends 8-10 text messages per month to your phone with easy literacy building activities that involve singing, talking, and playing. Do these activities anytime, anywhere, all while connecting with your child. Ages 0-5
View book lists and staff suggestions for what to read next.
The Michigan Learning Channel (MLC) is a statewide public television partnership offering instructional content to support the education of students and to provide alternative resources for families and teachers. The instructional content is aligned with Michigan’s educational standards and follows widely accepted sequences for mastering skills.
The Library is pleased to provide several resources with streaming and downloadable content tailored for kids. Get started exploring by browsing the resources to the right.