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News and Announcements for Logan Library Children
Take and Make Craft Kits
The library will be continuing our "Take and Make" children's craft kits through the month of August! The kits will be available beginning on Tuesday each week. There are a limited number of kits weekly.

This week: Unicorn Finger Puppets and Unicorn Mobile. Available through August 3 or while supplies last.

Next Week, beginning August 4: Your choice of a Wizard Wand Kit or a Fairy Wand Kit! Available through August 10 or while supplies last.

Follow and tag us on social media or email a picture of your finished project to us at jessica.broadhead@loganutah.org. We'd love to see and share what you make!

Posted by Logan Library - Children's Chat on Friday, 31 July 2020
Online Storytimes

The library is only offering pick-up services right now, but that doesn't mean you will miss storytime. We are still doing online storytimes and posting them here. We will be posting a new storytime every Tuesday and Wednesday. Here is the schedule:

See our AWESOME storytellers present their favorite stories!

For uploaded storytimes and other sources for online storytimes, visit our Storytime page.

Posted by Logan Library - Children's Chat on Thursday, 7 May 2020

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Online Learning
Librarian recommended sites to help with online learning and have some fun.



Princess in Black and the Coronavirus
Shannon and Dean Hale, authors of The Princess in Black books, have released a free e-book for kids as a way to learn more about what coronavirus is, and how to stay safe.
Tumble Math
Use story books to help teach math!  This is a great way for kids to have fun learning mathematics.
Tumblebook Library
Thousands of children's e-books, including picture books, chapter books, read-alongs, graphic novels, non-fiction, and more, all available online!

Free Online Storytimes

Brightly Storytime
Watch Miss Linda read her favorite children's books.   Also check out the "Brightly Storytime Flip-Along" where you can watch the pages turn as the book is read.  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDcpsppkgAlr35bTtImMn2NY_4HP9C88z
Harper Kids
Watch some of your favorite authors read and talk about their picture books.  Also includes videos, ideas for book-related crafts and snacks, and other activities.
KitLit TV
Enjoy story time with authors at KLTV HQ!  KidLit TV is a winner of the Parents' Choice Gold Award, the Norton Juster Award for Devotion to Literacy, and one of the American Library Association's Great Websites For Kids. Also available on https://www.youtube.com/kidlittv.
Read and learn with Simon Kids
A brand-new video initiative full of storytimes, sing-alongs, writing prompts, and other activity videos.
Storyline Online
Features well-known actors such as Kristen Bell, Chris Pine, Oprah Winfrey, James Earl Jones and many more, reading children's books online.  Choose from old classics like "Where the Wild Things Are" to newer favorites like "When a Dragon Moves In."  Each story comes with a printable activity guide.  Storyline Online is a program of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation.
Storytime from Space
Watch NASA astronauts read their favorite children's books from the International Space Station!

Learning Activities

Learn computer science.  Activities for all ability levels and age ranges.
Coronavirus: A Book for Kids
A free digital book that breaks down the global crisis in an age-appropriate and easy-to-understand way.
Although this is a commercial website, they offer a lot of free activities for kids, featuring art, crafts, science, reading, geography, and more.
Khan Academy
A resource with videos explaining math, science, social studies, language arts, test prep, and computer science.
Leo at Home
The Leonardo Museum of Creativity and Innovation in Salt Lake City has created a "community classroom" featuring exhibits at the interactive museum and links to all kinds of science and art education online.
Lunch Doodles
Mo Willems invites YOU into his studio every day for his LUNCH DOODLE. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo's studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks. Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons and join Mo to explore ways of writing and making together.
Scholastic Learn At Home
Day-by-day projects to keep kids thinking, reading, and growing.  For preschoolers through grade 9.
Stem in the Home
Lots of links to fun resources with ideas for learning science, technology, engineering, and math at home.
The Tinkering Studio
Experiments with science, art, technology, and delightful ideas.
World Book Online
Username: utah
Password: pioneer
 World Book Online offers far more than an online encyclopedia for teaching children from early childhood through high school.  It is a treasure trove of learning resources and fun activities. You will need to sign in with a user name and password.

Other Fun Stuff

AudioBook Cloud
Free audiobooks for all ages.  
Go Noodle
GoNoodle┬« engages 14 million kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Available for free at school, home, and everywhere kids are.  This is a fun way to keep kids in shape!
Nat Geo Kids
Nat Geo Kids makes it fun to explore your world with weird, wild, and wacky videos!  Videos featuring awesome animals, cool science, funny pets, and more are available for free.
PBS Kids
Educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts, and other PBS Kids shows!
Toon Books: Resources
A fun website with free access to online comic books for kids in 6 different languages, a cartoon maker, lesson plans for teachers and parents, craft activities and more.


Fun Web Sites and Homework Helps
Featured databases and websites

Homework Helps

  • Mountain Men and the Fur Trade - Sources of the history of the fur trade in the Rocky Mountain West, including diaries, letters, narratives, business records, artwork, and more. An excellent resource.
  • The West - Home page for the PBS series, "The West," with a large amount of historical information including timelines, biographies, information on places, events, and people of the Old West. Also includes links to other Websites.

Online Research by Subject

  • Websites, article databases, electronic books and more organized by subject.

Fun Websites for Kids

  • Cyberkids - Magazine, links, all kinds of fun stuff...

What Happened on Your Birthday?

  • Websites to help you discover historic events occurring on the day you were born.

More Homework Helps More Fun Web Sites


Online Lego Club

Join the Club

Activity of the Day

Lego Secret Codes

Lego Secret Codes
Create a code, using a different Lego brick for each letter of the alphabet.


NoveList K-8 Plus
A database about books specifically for younger readers.

Recommended Children's Book

Meet the Dullards
Sara Pennypacker

Mr. and Mrs. Dullard like to keep things bland, but their children have other ideas.

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