Resources and Useful Links

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The latest tip!! My husband recently told me about a website where kids can learn programming in a fun way. My daughter (9) tried it 3 weeks ago and loves it. If your child is craving to be on the computer but you don’t want him/her to waste time by playing nonsense games, give it a try.

Scratch
Create stories, games, and animations

If you don’t have time to make it for the Story Time at your library, you can always find very nice stories online. Just click on a title and let someone else read the story to your child.

Storyline Online
storylineonline

International Children’s Digital Library
libraryHere you have to read the books yourself but it is a good resource if you travel and can’t take actual physical books with you. Read the directions how to find books in English (there are books in other languages there as well)

 

 

 

There are also thousands of books available for free online on the Project Gutenberg website. (e.g. books by L. Frank Baum here)

Librivox Free audiobooks, including children’s audiobooks.

Librophile Free e-book sand audiobooks, including children’s books.

Storynory Free audio-stories for kids.

Lit2Go Free ebooks with audio.

Open Culture 200 Free Kids Educational Resources: Video Lessons, Apps, Books, Websites & More

The Kid Should See This Smart videos for curious minds of all ages.

 

Also see my post about science where you can find useful links to cool websites.

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