Turn any day into a virtual learning day with these fun, educational remote learning resources for kids. Log in with your Oak Park library card and PIN.
History comes to life
African-American History Online: Covering five centuries, log in for a fresh way to find the full spectrum of African-American history and culture.
American Indian History: Fast access to more than 15,000 years of culture and history, covering more than 600 Native American groups.
Traveling the world, exploring new cultures
Kanopy Kids: Stream movies and TV shows just for kids, with integrated Common Sense Media ratings.
MUZZY: Colorful, interactive language learning site great for kids ages 5-9 includes guided visual exploration of Spanish, French, Italian, Korean(RR), Chinese Pinyin, German, as well as British and American English. Created by the BBC.
World Book for Kids: Easy-to-read stories with engaging images, illustrations, interactive games, and activities, for kids ages 3-11.
Full STEAM ahead
ScienceFlix: Explores science concepts and ideas through hands-on projects, videos, multiple text types, interactive features, and more for elementary and middle school students.
Storytimes on the go
Early Bird Readers: Based on the Very Ready Reading Program used in all library storytime classes, this digital early learning program supports parents, caregivers, and teachers. Each week, a children’s librarian will text a tip or activity to share with babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, with additional activity videos sent monthly.
TumbleBookLibrary: Collection of animated, talking picture books that teach young children the joys of reading in a format they’ll love, for primary school students.
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Beginning new adventures, reading along
Adventure begins with ebooks and audiobooks: From nursery rhymes and classic tales to robots and pirates, young readers can explore fun books for all ages in a special reading section just for kids in the Libby app. Start your next adventure »
Read along on Hoopla: Young readers can follow along as text, pictures, and sound come to life in ebooks featuring their favorite characters—Pete the Cat, Doc McStuffins, beloved Disney and Marvel characters, and more. Audio tracks are synchronized with the read-along ebook pages to support and empower young readers. Start reading »