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Working on a School Project? These sites might help!

Search the Peabody Institute Library, Danvers children’s collection.
Especially for beginning researchers in Kindergarten through Grade 5. By Gale.
The features of Novelist directed towards children’s and young adult books. By EBSCO.
Cool Links for Kids and Parents

Teach Your Monster to Read – The groundbreaking game that makes learning to read fun. — Try this site for math games and lessons.

Dinosphere — This site provides an exciting and extraordinary dinosaur learning experience from the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.

Books and Literature

StoryPlace — This interactive website provides a virtual storytime experience for both pre-school and elementary school-aged children.

Other Fun Stuff!

Pop-Up Sunflower Craft with Miss Annie (8/19/2020)

Paper Bag Puppet Craft Template (08/17/20)

Storm Whale Template

Not Quite Narwhal Template 1

Not Quite Narwhal Template 2

Funology — A site about the “science” of having fun with games and experiments.

Fin, Fur and Feather Bureau of Investigation (FFFBI) — Animal agents at the FFFBI are fighting for truth, justice and stuff like that! Solve interactive mysteries, file field reports, and more.

Invention Dimension — Want to know more about inventions? Or do you think you already know quite a bit? Test your knowledge here.

Book Plates at My Home Library — Personalize your books with these cool bookplates.

Parents and Teachers

Surfing the Net with Kids — “Surfing the Net” is designed to help parents help their kids find a safe place to play on the net. There’s a little of everything here: reviews, games, activities and more.

FBI Safe Online Surfing

Carol Hurst’s Children’s Literature Site — This site is a collection of reviews of great books for kids along with activities, curriculum ideas and more. Carol Hurst is a nationally known storyteller, lecturer and author.

Children’s Event Calendar