Batavia Public Library

Fun For Kids!

Do-It-Yourself Storytime

Click on your favorite Youth Services staff member (below) to try her storytimes.
New storytimes will be added every week.

Picture Please!

Send us a picture of yourself enjoying one of these storytimes via email to YouthServices@BataviaPublicLibrary.org with the staff member’s name in the Subject Line.
If you include the child’s name in the email, the staff member will respond back.

Explore Online!

Here are some of the best online resources and virtual programming for children. 

At Home Learning

Breakout EDU Fun at Home digital games KiwiCo.com  STEAM/STEM websites Librarian recommended apps and games by age group National Geographic Kids National Zoo animal cams and activities Play “Where’s Waldo?”

Books and Authors

Ease Children’s Fears– Books to Help Children Cope with Emotions Dav Pilkey Get creative and have fun with Dog Man and Captain Underpants Mo Willems Draw, dance and get busy with Pigeon and his pals Storyline Online Celebrated actors read children’s books
Kids Book Match Tell us what you like to read and staff members will match you up with some great books.

Doodles on Demand Tell us what you like and staff members will create a doodle just for you.

Sing, Dance, Play, and Move

Energizing Brain Breaks Vids for Kids burn off some extra energy
Jim Gill – sing and dance to his songs
Yoga for Kids with Sophia Khan kids can do on their own or with the whole family.

Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math

NASA Climage Kids learning activities, videos, hands-on projects, and more
Code.org learn to code. Weekly challenges to engage students of all abilities
PBS’ Zoom fun activities for students and the whole family
Science, Naturally! Scroll down to “Hands-On Activities” for games, mysteries, brain-teasers and apps
Scratch Code learn beginning computer programming with stories and games.

Note About Privacy & External Websites

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