Websites for Kids

Need Help? In the library, ask at the Reference Desk. Not in library? Click on Ask a Librarian

TumbleBooks OverDrive Youth ABC Mouse: Early Learning Academy online education program for children ages 2–7 DayByDayNY logo, a website for fun activities or local events at libraries and museums Web Tools for Children

Apps

Search Tools

Local Schools & Education

Homework Help

Early Childhood

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)

Books & Reading

For Fun

Internet Safety

Databases
Britannica School Accurate and age-appropriate content in Spanish for native Spanish speakers, bilingual students and students learning Spanish. Available at two levels: primary and secondary.
Scholastic Go! Because the research requirements of younger students differ dramatically from those of older, more sophisticated students and adults, Scholastic GO! (Grolier Online) provides separate interfaces, or tabs, for Elementary School, Middle School, High School, and Adult Patrons. A distinct interface caters to the unique needs of Librarians and Educators. These customized interfaces meet the specialized needs and reading and interest levels of the user.
Kids Search Provided by NOVEL, this database is designed specifically for the young researcher, it contains full text for more than 60 popular, elementary school magazines. All full text articles are assigned a reading level. It also features 30 full text student reference books, including Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia and the American Heritage Dictionary. There is full text for over 100 pamphlets and an image collection containing over 100,000 photos, maps and flags in addition to full text access to the Encyclopedia of Animals.
Novelist This very useful guide to fiction helps select fiction you may wish to read, based upon search criteria you enter. It also contains reviews of books from several reliable sources and summaries of books as well. A particularly nice feature allows you to link directly to the library's catalog (check the panel on the left side on the screen) after you have selected a book. Librarians at the Information Desk will gladly walk you through this. NoveList contains material for adults, teenagers, as well as children
Kids InfoBits Provided by NOVEL, Kids InfoBits is a graphical way to browse and/or search for research topics needed for homework or school-related projects.