When you are on vacation, running errands or just away from home, read along stories are a great way to fill what can be hours of waiting into a lot of fun! Listed below are more than 100 video read alouds from old classics like Where the Wild Things Are to newer favorites like Little Jumbo. This listening library is available all day every day…and all night! “Read it again!” has never been easier!
Author: Shawn Chambers
The Phoenix Theatre Cultural Centre and the Indianapolis Public Library present Season’s Readings, a video storytelling series that highlights a diversity of families, cultures and celebrations. Stories showcase Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and LGBTQ-inclusive themes, in addition to kid-favorite holiday characters and wonderfully wintry, snowy days!
Helping young children build these new health safety skills into their everyday behaviors and routines is a challenge. Books can help! Use these books and online resources to start conversations about these important behaviors.
Reading aloud to a dog is a great way to practice reading. Find out about library dogs who are great listeners in Madeline Finn and the Library Dog. When Madeline can’t get the words right, Bonnie the dog doesn’t mind. Madeline realizes it’s ok to go slow and keep trying!
Get up, get out, and get moving! Exercise does all kinds of good things for a child’s body. It reduces the risk of many illnesses as well as improving mood and sleep. It is great for relieving stress, and it’s fun! Get in the mood to move by listening to Niño Wrestles the World.
Some kids climb trees. Some kids wear dresses. Some kids climb trees while wearing dresses. Kids are kids, in all their different and marvelous ways! Kids can do anything! Here is a selection of books that celebrate kids doing life their own way, proud of whoever they are.
The Berenstain Bears, a clothes wearing, treehouse living bear family have been entertaining children since 1962. That’s over fifty years of stories! There are so many you could almost read one every day for a year! Enjoy a couple bear family read alouds and some fun @home activities.
A listing of online games recommended by the staff from the Learning Curve @Central Library.