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Youth Services

Fun Sites

  • Bookwink - Bookwink's mission is to inspire kids to read. Through podcasting and web video, we hope to connect to kids in Grades 3 through 8 with books that will make them excited about reading. Each video booktalk is about a different topic, and additional read-alikes can be found on the Bookwink website. You can look for books by subject, grade level, author or title. We are constantly updating the booklists with our newest favorite books.
  • Fun with Spot (for ages pre-K-9) - Fans of Eric Hill's Spot books will enjoy playing these games and reading animated versions of Hill's stories.
  • Stories from the Web (for ages pre-K-14) - Select stories and games from the U.K.
  • Zoom by Kids, for Kids (for ages pre-K-12) - This site offers games, activities, projects, and more. Play along or submit your own activities.
  • Between the Lions (for ages 4-7) - Visit this site for terrific songs and fun games.
  • Howtoons (for ages 6-12) - Howtoons are cartoons showing kids of all ages "How to" build things.
  • BaseballRox - For baseball fans and players offering sections that include: training, coaching, health, extra innings and games.
  • Peep and the Big Wide World (for preschoolers) - Explore fun ways to introduce science and math to young children.
  • Story Starters Here's a quick writing activity to try every day.
  • Sesame Street - Games and videos for kids.
  • Take Me Fishing - A fun and educational fishing experience just for kids.
  • Color with Leo - A young Leonardo da Vinci guides kids through interactive games and activities as they learn the basic principles of art.
  • Up to Ten - 1353 bright kids games.
  • Wacky Web Tales - Practice your parts of speech while having fun (Grade 3 and higher).
  • FunBrain - Numbers and word games, comics, web books and more.
  • Smarty Games - Fun and educational games.
  • Professor Garfield - An interactive learning portal full of educational games and activities for children.
  • Arcademic Skill Builders - Math and language games.
  • The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis - Science and art-themed games and pages.
  • Disney - Video, games, movie previews, etc.
  • LEGOs -  Check out these sites dedicated to LEGOs:
  • First LEGO league - introducing basic design and research skills
  • Kidjutsu Comics - Read free comics for kids.