Our Library is a fun place for patrons of all ages. On this page you will find many online resources to support literacy and learning. We are constantly adding to this list. Follow our Facebook page for programing announcements, streaming content, and links to great bookish adventures!
On-Line Resources for Kids Here is a sampling of some on-line resources for kids.
PBS LearningMedia has put together some new resources for teachers and parents related to environmental activism and sustainability.
Central Vermont Reading to End Racism - raises awareness of the harm racism causes and teaches children skills and strategies to counter its negative effects. Find books by grade level, with links to online readings with related discussion questions and activities.
But Why - A Podcast for Curious Kids - from Vermont Public Radio. But Why is a show led kids! Kids ask the questions and But Why finds the answers. It's a big interesting world out there.
Comics for Good - Weekly comic series on COVID-19, coloring pages, info in multiple languages
Social Justice Reading List (Grades PreK-8th): This reading list was a collaborative effort between the Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA) and the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association.
Vermont PBS - high-quality programming and supplemental materials to support children’s learning all summer long.
Storytime Online: The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Daytime Emmy®-nominated and award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online®, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.
Music Corner Story Time Listen, Listen is a social media project that uses music-themed children's books and other stories shared by professional musicians and music educators to inspire, educate, and transform people of all ages and to promote diversity, acceptance, and cultural understanding.
The Vermont History Explorer website is full of information about Vermont history. It has articles about Vermont history and is a place to find primary sources like photographs and historic documents. This colorful, interactive site is designed for children, specifically students in grades 3 through 6. Resources for teachers and parents are also included.
Vermont State Parks Family Fun Guide offers information on kid friendly hikes, family camping how-to's and information about Venture Vermont Outdoor Challenge.
KidsReads is a website, designed for children aged 6–12, containing information about children's books and authors, and some related games. The site is perfect for young book lovers looking for new reading material. The site doesn't hawk any products; it just gives grade-schoolers and tweens ideas and recommendations for books that they might not otherwise find.
Kids VT is a reliable resource for family-friendly events, activities, camps and classes since 1994. Find tips on health, fitness, food, shopping, books, crafts and more.