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TumblebooksTumblebooks Premium is an online collection of animated picture books for kids K-2, e-books and videos for kids in grades 2 through 6.

 

Homework Resources K to 5

Britannica for Kids offers reliable, easy-to-read articles with multimedia for primary school students.

Kids InfoBits Edition (K-5th Grade) gives students access to magazines, reference books and newspaper articles.

Great Websites for Kids Recommended websites for kids from the American Library Association.

Kid Info allows web searching for a variety of information alphabetically, by category.

KidsClick! offers a variety of information in a kid-friendly web-search.

America's Story from America's Library is a great resource for all things American history. Jump back in time and discover the stories of America's past.

 

Fizz Boom Read

This summer's reading program includes magic, fun with science, robots and more! Join in the fun and earn a Book Buck for every book your read. Use your Book Bucks to buy books, games and toys. Pick-up your reading kit beginning Friday, June 20, and start reading!

Toe Jam Puppet Band - Aug, 13, 6:30 PM

Toe Jam

Join us at the Stone Church Hall for this end of summer celebration with everyone's favorite band - TOE JAM!

Story Times this Summer

Story Time
Join us Wednesdays at 7:00 PM for our Pajama Time Story Time or Thursdays at 10:30 AM for our morning story time. Stories, songs and games for all ages. Begins July 9. No registration necessary.

Scratch- Tuesday, August 5 at 6:30 PM

Scratch
Learn to program your own interactive stories, games and animations with Scratch - a simple programming language. Create almost anything you can image. Open to children ages 8 and older. Please register in Coming Events.

Let's Discover - Fridays at 10:30 AM

Let's Discover
Join us for simple science experiments for children K through 1st grade. No registration necessary. Every Friday July 11 through Friday, August 8.

Robots on the Run - Tues, Aug 12 at 6:00

summer reading
Learn about basic circuits and use interactive software to create your own "robot." Presented by staff from the Rhode Island Computer Museum. Kids ages 10 years and older. Please register in Coming Events.