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Welcome kids!

This page provides information to help you with your school work. 

As well as library eResources, we’ve found websites to help you from home. 

To explore the websites, click on the links that are in blue.

Help with Literacy and Numeracy

The library offers free eBooks and eResources including interactive educational games and online study support.

eBooks

Check out the Kids Reading List page for our recommended Kids eBooks and eAudiobooks.

You can also explore the free eBooks available from these online resources:

International Children’s Digital Library: Includes eBooks in other languages

Oxford Owl: Includes readers, picture books and chapter books by Oxford University Press.

 

Library eResources

You can use these eResources by logging in with your library card and pin/password.

Not a library member? Join now for free.

10monkeys Maths World: Practise and revise your maths with these fun and motivating games and activities designed for kids in Kindergarten through to Grade 3.

Busy Things: Learn and develop literacy and numeracy skills through exciting and colourful games designed for kids aged 3-7.

Literacy Planet: Develop and improve your English literacy skills through engaging activities designed for students of all ages and abilities.

Studiosity: Get expert assistance online 24/7 with subjects like writing, maths, science and more. You can also complete subject quizzes and upload your assignment drafts for feedback.

 

Online Program - Read with Me

Kids aged 5-12 can practise reading aloud with one of our specialist librarian Reading Buddies.

Book online for a free 15-minute session.

Every Tuesday and 1st & 3rd Wednesday.

Click here for more information and booking details.

 

Online Resources

Explore these websites for information, videos, games, and activities to support learning across many subjects. 

ABC Education: ABC Education has more than 4000 free videos, interactive resources and games that are designed to support what you’re learning at school. Subjects include English, Maths, Science, Arts and more.

Digital Technologies Hub: Activities and videos to help you explore what you can do with digital technology. 

Fuse Education: Find resources for learning and fun. Explore featured resources, discover topics and get creative with digital tools. 

Khan Academy: Try out through self-paced activities, to build a solid understanding in math, science, and more. 

Help with NAPLAN

Practise and prepare for NAPLAN with quizzes available online through Studiosity.
Use your library card and pin to login. Not a library member? Join now for free.

Help with School Projects

Britannica Library Online

This interactive online encyclopedia provides articles, videos, images on a wide range of topics, including Australian based information.
Explore the Britannica Library by logging in with your library card and pin/password.
Not a library member? Join now for free.

National Geographic Kids

Discover information and interactive activities about a wide range of topics at National Geographic Kids 

Information about COVID-19

The COVID-19 or Coronavirus pandemic is affecting everyone, all over the world.

Reading information and stories can help you be informed and feel supported.

Check out the Kids COVID-19 Resources page for eBooks and activity books about COVID-19, learning from home and living in lockdown.

Read with Me Online Program

Kids aged 5-12 can practise reading aloud with one of our specialist librarian Reading Buddies.

Book online for a free 15-minute session.

Every Tuesday and 1st & 3rd Wednesday.

Click here for more information and booking details.

Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge

Are you participating in the Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge?

eBooks count towards the challenge, so you can explore our eBooks for Year 3-4 and Year 5-6. Plus enjoy our full range of Kids eBooks.

Use your library card and Pin/Password to login and borrow.
Not a library member? Join now for free.

The 2020 Challenge runs until 18 September. Ready, Set, Read!!
For more information check out the Challenge Webpage.

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