Kids Grades K-5: Your Passport to Summer Learning: Imagine Your Story
SPECIAL THIS YEAR: Themed TAKEAWAY BAGS available weekly for Curbside Pickup
Livestreams from Providence Community Library Youth Services staff!
Please join us for regular story times throughout each day, all week!
Resources for Parents
Join Washington Park Library for their new kids and teens writing group
This informal writing group will focus on different creative writing exercises each month. Open to school age children, ages 9 and up. The writing group will be available on YouTube LIVE on https://www.youtube.com/providencecommunitylibrary
Livestream stories, songs, and art from beloved Rhode Island artists.
(And some non-Rhode Islanders too!)
If you miss the live, search their page for the recording ... and enjoy when you can!
- Write Rhode Island announces Our Lives Now, a flash nonfiction writing project for Rhode Island students in grades 7-12. Students are invited to submit a reflection on their current experience during the Covid-19 outbreak. Deadline has been extended to June 15! Click here for guidelines and submission page.
- Stream the San Diego Zoo's Penguin Cam or Monteray Bay's Aquarium Cams or Pittsburgh's Cheetah Cam.
- Enjoy some DisneyNature videos.
- Tour National Parks for free.
- Check out NASA's Virtual Tours of the Glenn Hangar or Supersonic Wind Tunnel and more.
- Visit NASA's website for more cool videos that answer questions like How Big is Space?
- Experiment with music and make your own song with Chrome Music Lab or play around with different beats with Groove Pizza.
- Watch smart videos for curious minds of all ages on topics (like Dolphins swimming through bioluminescent algae!) with The Kid Should See This or TedTalks for Kids.
- Become a Disease Detective and play Solve the Outbreak with the CDC
- Down City Design: Change Agent - A design-thinking toolkit for the classroom