The following websites for kids allow children to explore topics of interest to them. Check out some cool sites on the web. Remember, the internet contains many different kinds of materials and links can lead in unexpected directions.
The Quincy Public Library is not responsible for the content of the internet. The position of Quincy Public Library is that it is the responsibility of each child’s parent or legal guardian to monitor their child’s “web surfing.” Click here for more information on Child Safety on the Information Superhighway.
Library Subscription Databases for Kids
The award winning education ABCMouse.com curriculum is an enjoyable way to help young children (ages 2-6+) build a strong foundation for future academic success. It is available within the library only.
Britannica Online is an age-appropriate information resource that supports student research and reinforces curriculum standards. Discover encyclopedia articles, multimedia, primary sources, e-books, and more.
Access, read, and search the biographical profiles of authors.
Tumble Book Library is an online collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading in a format they’ll love.
Explore math and science, art, history and more. Much like a DK book, the website offers beautiful photographs and easy-to-use information in a safe and age-appropriate format for children.